Dr. Richard Slavin New PAMF CEO
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
Richard Slavin, M.D., has been named chief executive officer for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) effective immediately. The announcement was made by Jeff M. Gerard, president of Sutter Health Peninsula Coastal Region, which includes PAMF.
Dr. Slavin has served as the president of the Camino Division of PAMF since 2000 and as executive vice president since 2009. Along with Dr. David Druker, Dr. Slavin was the principal architect of the affiliation of Camino Medical Group into the Palo Alto Medical Foundation. Former CEO Dr. David Druker died in July 2010.
“Dr. Slavin has a long history of clinical and administrative accomplishments and will provide exceptional leadership for PAMF and in his role as a member of the Sutter Health System Management Team,” Gerard said.
Raised inSan Francisco, Dr. Slavin attended the University of California Berkeley, graduated from Washington University Medical School, and received his surgical training at Stanford University Medical Center
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