Tenet Healthcare Corp., Dallas, said longtime executive W. Randolph Smith will retire at the end of the month. Smith, 56, is wrapping up his most recent assignment -- overseeing Tenet's divestiture program and the opening of new hospitals in Tennessee and Texas last year. He previously was president of several Tenet divisions, the last of which was the Western division. Smith joined Tenet in 1995 from American Medical International, which was acquired by Tenet's predecessor, National Medical Enterprises. NME changed its name to Tenet at the closing of the deal. Smith served in various positions at AMI, including executive vice president of operations; senior vice president and chief administrative officer; and interim chief financial officer. -- by Vince Galloro
Longtime Tenet exec Smith to retire at end of month
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