07/18/2019 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 07/18/2019 09:44
Trinity Health today named Michael Englehart to be the interim chief executive officer for Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio, effective July 25, 2019.
'For the community, people and colleagues we serve in Ohio, Mike has the proven leadership to help Mount Carmel move forward,' said Michael A. Slubowski, FACHE, FACMPE, president and chief executive officer, Trinity Health. 'Mike is a strategic, team-oriented leader who is committed to our faith-based healing ministry, patient and colleague safety, high reliability in care delivery and culture transformation that will restore faith and trust in Mount Carmel and will take the ministry to the next level as a valued, high-quality provider that exceeds community expectations.'
Englehart joined Trinity Health in August 2018 as senior vice president for medical groups and ambulatory strategy. In that role, he helps more than 7,800 physicians enhance the effectiveness of their practices while creating clinically integrated models of care and outpatient programs.
Prior to joining Trinity Health, Englehart was president and CEO of Presence Health in Chicago, one of the largest Catholic health systems in Illinois. In two years, he led Presence Health through a turnaround after several years of large operating losses and oversaw the merger of Presence Health into Ascension Health. Previous to that, he was president of Advocate Physician Partners, where he led one of the largest clinically integrated population health networks in the country with 4,900 physicians, 13 hospitals and $4B in revenue. He also has experience as a hospital CEO, serving as the CEO of Advocate South Suburban Hospital in Hazel Crest, Illinois.
Englehart holds a master of arts in organizational leadership from Lewis University, a master of business administration from Lake Forest Graduate School and a bachelor of arts in history from Northern Illinois University. He also holds a certification in project management from Harvard University, and Lean and Six Sigma Certification from Loyola University. Additionally, Englehart served on the board of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association. He and his wife Terri have four children.