HCA Healthcare West Florida has promoted Michael Irvin to chief executive officer (CEO) of HCA Florida Trinity Hospital, according to a news release.
Irvin has served as CEO of Palms of Pasadena Hospital since April 2020, leading the hospital through the pandemic and the HCA Florida Healthcare brand launch earlier this year.
In the new role, Irvin will oversee the operations of the 340-bed facility with an expansive array of services on five campuses in three counties — including the main campus in Trinity; HCA Florida Trinity West, New Port Richey; HCA Florida Lutz Emergency; HCA Florida Citrus Park Emergency, Hillsborough County; and HCA Florida Lake Tarpon Emergency, Pinellas County.
Services include obstetrics, neonatal intensive care, maternal fetal medicine, heart and vascular surgery, accredited community cancer program, lung nodule screening program, minimally invasive and robotic surgery, men’s health, mental health services, and neurosurgery.
Irvin earned his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Business Studies from Webber International University.
Prior experience includes serving as CEO at Bayfront Health Spring Hill; chief operating officer (COO) at Merit Health Wesley in Mississippi; assistant CEO at Medical Center Enterprise, Alabama; and physician practice administrator at Lake Wales Medical Center.
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