Kaiser Permanente's Santa Rosa (Calif.) Medical Center named Dr. Kirk Pappas the physician-in-chief of the 117-bed hospital, effective May 1.
Kaiser hospital names Pappas physician-in-chief
Pappas, 49, joined the Permanente Medical Group in 1993. He replaces Dr. Bob Schultz, who is retiring. As a member of the Permanente Medical Group, Pappas reports to the group's leadership, according to a spokesperson.
Pappas served as assistant physician-in-chief for health promotion and diversity at Santa Rosa Medical Center prior to his new role.
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