Legacy Health expands executive team
Chief integration officer and chief operating officer appointments are effective April 1, 2019.
Legacy Health announced it will expand its executive team with the internal promotion of two senior leaders. Bryce Helgerson, who most recently served as president of Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, has been named as chief integration officer (CIO) and Trent Green, who most recently served as president of Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and Unity Center for Behavioral Health, has been named as chief operating officer (COO). The appointments, which are effective April 1, 2019, serve as a launchpad for Legacy Health’s continued focus on performance excellence, financial sustainability and strategic growth. Helgerson and Green will report to Kathryn Correia, who became president and chief executive officer of Legacy Health in June 2018.
“Bryce and Trent both possess diverse internal and external experience and have demonstrated consistency and results regardless of the challenges they have confronted,” said Correia. “Bryce brings a deep knowledge of Legacy as a system and a proven ability to think in a very informed way about what’s possible and how we will approach care transformation. Trent brings national and local health care experience and a strategy background to an important operations role as we transform how we think about health care.”