John Sideras has stepped down as president and chief executive of MetroHealth System in Cleveland. His departure stems from the boards annual review of the systems leadership model, according to a MetroHealth news release.
In lieu of the president and CEO position, the board has created a collaborative office of the president that brings together the current chief medical officer, chief financial officer, general counsel and vice president of communications, said board Chairman William Gaskill in the release.
The board expects to add a chief operating officer to the team by the end of January. Sideras, 51, was named president and CEO in December 2003 after five years as CFO. -- by Gregg Blesch