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Corizon Health has appointed three independent directors following the company’s recapitalization that reduced debt.
Jeffrey Goldberg, Kenneth Paulus and Daniel Slipkovich have all joined alongside a member of the investor group, and Corizon Health CEO Karey Witty.
Goldberg will serve as board chairman. Goldberg is a former executive of several healthcare companies and also serves as board chairman for LifeCare Holdings, a national long-term acute hospital system, and board chairman for M*Modal, a clinical documentation and technology company.
Paulus is the former president and CEO of Allina Health, one of the nation’s largest integrated delivery systems. Under Paulus’ leadership, Allina Health grew to 13 acute care hospitals, 100 ambulatory care clinics, and 1,500 physicians serving Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Slipkovich was a founder of Capella Health serving as its CEO and chairman from 2005 to 2013 and executive chairman in 2016. He has more than 30 years of experience leading hospitals throughout the country from small, rural facilities to large, urban academic centers.
“I am extremely excited about the experience and insights that this board brings to the table,” Witty said. “I expect they will be hands-on partners who challenge the status quo and assist us with identifying new opportunities to better serve our clients and patients.”
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