Gregory Angle will become president of the Salt Lake City-based mountain division of hospital chain HCA on Jan. 1, succeeding retiring executive John Hanshaw.
Angle, 52, will oversee 10 hospitals in Utah, Idaho and Alaska. He currently serves as the CEO for one of HCA's hospitals, Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Calif., where he has worked since joining HCA in 2009.
Hanshaw, 59, has been president of the mountain division since 2005.
Connie Bradley joined Rockledge, Fla.-based Health First as chief nursing officer, effective Nov. 11. Bradley, 48, comes to the not-for-profit system from Columbia St. Mary's Hospital, a Milwaukee division of Ascension Health, where she was VP of hospital operations and CNO.
The board of directors for Benedictine Health System, a not-for-profit Catholic system based in Duluth, Minn., appointed Rocklon Chapin president and CEO. On Jan. 1 Chapin will replace Dale Thompson, 66, who is retiring. Chapin, 62, has served as Benedictine's senior VP of business development and strategic planning since January 2013.