Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is pleased to announce that Kingman Ho, MD has been promoted to Senior Vice President/Chief Medical & Care Innovation Officer.
Dr. Ho has served previously as vice president and chief medical officer for Henry Mayo, a position he has held since September of 2016.
“Dr. Ho has brought tremendous experience to the Santa Clarita Valley and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital,” said Roger E. Seaver, Henry Mayo’s President and CEO. “He will lead the hospital’s efforts to advance medical delivery innovation in our community.”
During his time at Henry Mayo Dr. Ho has spearheaded formation of the Henry Mayo Care Network, a healthcare organization with 246 physician members. The network coordinates care across providers and sites-of-care in a manner that enhances value for consumers by improving quality and patient satisfaction, while lowering healthcare costs.
Dr. Ho’s leadership and innovation in medical care are perfectly suited for taking on the challenges in the American medical system. In his new role he will continue to work to maximize value to patients in a way that engages clinicians and licensed practitioners while helping them enjoy their roles in improving and restoring health to the community.
Said Seaver, “We congratulate Dr. Ho on his achievements to date and look forward to supporting him as he works to lead and help drive medical care innovation for the Santa Clarita Valley.”
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