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Christ Hospital Health Network names Arturo Polizzi new president/CEO, replaces retiring Mike Keating

The Christ Hospital Health Network is pleased to announce that Arturo Polizzi has been appointed as the new President and CEO by its Board of Directors. He succeeds Mike Keating who, earlier this year, shared his plan to transition out of the role.

Arturo Polizzi

Polizzi will be joining The Christ Hospital Health Network effective Monday, October 8, from ProMedica, a Toledo-based healthcare system, where he held the role of President, Metro Region Acute Care, which encompasses five hospitals in metropolitan Toledo, including its flagship medical center. In his role as president, Polizzi oversaw all aspects of operations, representing over $1.1 billion in total revenue.
Prior to this role, Polizzi held a wide range of positions across the ProMedica organization. He served as President of ProMedica Toledo Hospital and Toledo Children’s Hospital overseeing surgical services, patient care services, ProMedica Wildwood Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital, Center for Health Services and other support services. Prior to moving into operations, he served as ProMedica’s chief human resources officer. He joined ProMedica in 1998 as associate legal counsel.
Polizzi holds a Bachelor of Science in business from Miami University, a Juris Doctorate from The University of Toledo College of Law and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan. Throughout his career, Polizzi has been active in the American Heart Association, as well as Ronald McDonald House Charities.

He will be relocating to Cincinnati with his wife, Kristen, and their three children.
Mike Keating will assume a strategic advisory role to support the transition. He also intends to work with a healthcare private equity firm headquartered in New York, a firm he supported in its formation, while continuing to stay active in the local community.

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