Tom Daskalakis named as permanent chief administrative officer and vice president at West Chester Hospital

CINCINNATI, OH (1/11/2017)—UC Health has named Tom Daskalakis as permanent chief administrative officer and vice president at West Chester Hospital.

Daskalakis, who joined UC Health in 2011 as vice president and chief operating officer of West Chester Hospital, has served as the hospital’s chief administrative officer and vice president on an interim basis since the position was created in December 2015.

Under Daskalakis’ leadership, West Chester Hospital experienced patient volume growth across the emergency department and inpatient/outpatient service areas and received its fifth consecutive Outstanding Patient Experience Award™ from Healthgrades®.

“Tom is an inspiring and dedicated leader here at UC Health and is well respected in the northern counties we serve,” said UC Health Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Pete Gilbert. “We’re looking forward to continued growth and community partnership for West Chester Hospital under his leadership.”

Prior to joining UC Health in 2011, Daskalakis served in several leadership positions with Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton and with Garden City Hospital in Garden City, Mich. He holds a biology degree from the University of Cincinnati, a master’s in healthcare administration from Xavier University and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

A member and chair-elect of the 2017 Mason Deerfield Chamber Board of Directors, Daskalakis was honored in fall 2016 by the Mason Deerfield Chamber with an Excellence in Education award for his collaboration with area schools. He also serves on the boards of the Butler County United Way and West Chester/Liberty Community Foundation, is vice chair of the Board of Directors of Butler County Junior Achievement, and is an advisory business member for the Lakota School District.

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