Remboldt Retires as President/CEO of Simi Valley Hospital
February 27, 2012 (Roseville, CA) – Darwin Remboldt, 63, has announced his retirement as president/CEO of Simi Valley Hospital (SVH) effective immediately, according to Bill Wing, senior vice president of Adventist Health and board chair of SVH. Caroline Esparza, senior vice president for patient care at SVH, will lead day-to-day operations while an executive search is underway for Remboldt’s successor.
Remboldt has led the team at SVH twice, first from 1984 to 1989 and again since 2008. During his tenure, SVH was named the 2008 Business of the Year by the Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce and 2011 Business of the Year by the Moorpark Chamber of Commerce. He has overseen the completion of a new patient tower, renovations of the medical campus, and the implementation of advanced technologies to improve care services.
Previously, he was vice president of Clinic Services for Adventist Health as well as president and CEO of Adventist Medical Center – Hanford and Central Valley General Hospital in Central California. Since beginning as a student worker in 1962, Remboldt has served in a variety of roles at other Adventist Health facilities: Adventist Medical Center - Portland, Glendale Adventist Medical Center and Sonora Regional Medical Center. He also has held numerous leadership positions in health care administration and physician multi-specialty groups.
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