Randy Haffner, administrator for the Orlando campus of Florida Hospital, has been named President/CEO of the Centura Health South Denver Group and President/CEO of Porter Adventist Hospital effective January 5, 2009. In this capacity, he will provide administrative leadership for Littleton Adventist Hospital, Parker Adventist Hospital and Porter Adventist Hospital.
Randy has provided leadership and oversight for Florida Hospital’s 896 inpatient beds and ancillary services, as well as the Cardiovascular Institute. He also oversaw the construction of a $258 million bed tower/ED expansion that opens on November 24. Randy has been instrumental in the visioning for Health Village, which will create a residential and retail community to the surrounding hospital area.
Prior to these responsibilities, Randy was chief executive officer of Volusia Medical Center in Orange City, Fla., and was director of DRG Management at the Orlando Campus of Florida Hospital before that.
Randy has a Ph.D. from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich., a master’s in Business Administration from Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., and a bachelor’s in Business Administration from Walla Walla College in College Place, Wash.
“Randy is highly regarded by those who work with him for his leadership ability and commitment to mission. He continues to be a true asset to Adventist Health System and we look forward to his vision of excellence for Centura Health,” said Richard K. Reiner, President/CEO, Multi-State Division of Adventist Health System and Board Chairman for Centura Health.
Florida Hospital has begun their search for Randy’s replacement and a leader will be named in the near future.