Memorial Hermann Health System named Erin Asprec its new chief operating officer, the integrated not-for-profit health system announced Friday.
Asprec, who is the chief transformation officer, will oversee Houston-based Memorial Hermann's 17 hospitals and more than 300 outpatient clinics.
"Adapting to a service line operating model will enable us to create exceptional experiences while delivering safe, high-quality, cost-effective care that is coordinated and seamless across the care continuum," Memorial Hermann president and CEO Dr. David Callender said in prepared remarks. "I can't think of a better person to direct this effort than Erin, a talented and trusted leader who is known for her ability to partner with clinical leaders under a common vision and bring innovative consumer-focused solutions to the organization."
Memorial Hermann reported $190.5 million of operating income on revenue of $5.53 billion in 2019, up from operating income of $119.6 million on $5.26 billion of revenue in 2018, according to Modern Healthcare's financial database.