University of Colorado Health has named Pittsburgh healthcare executive Elizabeth Concordia president and CEO.
Concordia, an executive vice president with UPMC and president of the Pittsburgh health system's hospital and community-services division, will join the Aurora, Colo.-based UCHealth in September. She succeeds former President Rulon Stacey and former CEO Bruce Schroffel, who stepped down last year. Stacey moved to Fairview Health Services, a six-hospital Minneapolis system, last November as its president and CEO. Schroffel retired at the end of his tenure at UC Health. The system announced plans to combine the positions when the two stepped down.