January 18, 2014
With more than 25 years of experience in hospital leadership, establishment and development, Executive Vice President Jeff Green is responsible for spearheading UMC’s current expansion of pediatric services.
Prior to joining UMC, Mr. Green served as Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Florida for Nemours, one of the nation’s leading pediatric health systems. In this capacity, Mr. Green helped plan and establish the Nemours Children’s Hospital in Florida by obtaining the Certificate of Need, planning the physical structure of the hospital and developing the scope of services to be offered.
Mr. Green also spent 16 years as an executive with Tenet Healthcare. As Chief Executive Officer for St. Christopher’s Hospital in Philadelphia, Mr. Green was instrumental in helping take the facility from a state of financial instability to becoming one of U.S. News & World Report’s “Top 25 Pediatric Facilities.” As a result of his work with Tenet St. Christopher’s Hospital, Mr. Green earned the prestigious Circle of Excellence Award four consecutive years, from 2001 through 2004. Circle of Excellence is the organization’s highest honor for patient and
Also during his tenure with Tenet Healthcare, Mr. Green also was instrumental in the design and development of two major hospitals: the USC University Hospital in Los Angeles and the Tenet/Cleveland Clinic Weston Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale.
After beginning his career as an operations manager with American Hospital Corporation in 1980, Mr. Green joined Humana, where he advanced through the company at Humana Hospital Kissimmee, Humana Hospital South Broward, and Humana Hospital Lucerne in Orlando. As Executive Director of Human Hospital Lucerne, Mr. Green oversaw a state-designated spinal cord injury unit and was responsible for the development of a community physician services organization. In 1988, Mr. Green was selected to the Humana Club, the company’s highest honor for exceptional performance.
Mr. Green earned his Bachelor of Arts degree and Master of Health Administration at Duke University.