PMG Welcomes Jeff Leimgruber as Chief Operating Officer
We believe in the individual and community transformation that occurs through the balanced, responsible pain treatment provided through our hospital partnerships. As we corporately take steps to position our infrastructure to best support our current and future partners, we are excited to announce an addition to our executive leadership team.
Jeff Leimgruber FACHE joined Pain Management Group on April 24th as our Chief Operating Officer.
Jeff brings over thirty-five years of executive level healthcare administration and leadership experience from community hospitals, multi-hospital integrated health systems, and post-acute service networks.
Throughout his career, he was responsible for leading several major hospital system organizational, financial, and operational turnarounds, expansion programs, and significant community partnerships.Jeff completed his undergraduate at The Ohio State University and attended the Roth Graduate School of Business at Long Island University to receive his Masters in Healthcare Administration. The first twenty-three years of his career were spent in executive operational roles at hospitals in Northern Ohio and New York City. From there he moved on to serve as the CEO of Cleveland Clinic’s two 500-bed teaching hospitals. During his seventeen years at the Cleveland Clinic, he led the integration of Fairview Hospital into the Cleveland Clinic Healthcare network, and spearheaded the system wide alignment, expansion, and operational performance improvement of Hillcrest Hospital.
Upon retiring from the Cleveland Clinic in 2013, Jeff continued to be actively involved in the healthcare and business sectors through consulting work, advising, mentoring, board membership, and co-instructing leadership courses at the graduate level. Jeff is also a longstanding Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
We are excited to have Jeff join the team and for the ways his work and leadership will contribute to our corporate and partner growth.