Michael Blaszyk, chief financial officer for Dignity Health, will retire at the end of the year, the San Francisco-based system announced.
Dignity is seeking a successor for Blaszyk, 63, the health system said in a news release announcing the departure.
Dignity Health operates 39 hospitals across three states and includes a multi-state ambulatory network after its acquisition of U.S. HealthWorks in August 2012. Blayszyk played a role in the system's growth and diversification and a turnaround that has generated operating income for the last 11 years, the release said. The system closed its books in June 2014 with $613.6 million in operating income on revenue of $10.7 billion dollars.
“Michael's many contributions to Dignity Health have made a direct and lasting impact on the strength of this organization,” Lloyd Dean, the health system's president and CEO, said in a news release.
Blasyzk will work with affordable housing organizations and Year Up, a healthcare and technology training organization, the release said.