Mark C. Clement is the President and Chief Executive Officer of TriHealth. He has held this position since January 1, 2016. Prior to being named President and CEO, Mark served as President of TriHealth since May, 2015.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, and sponsored by Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Bethesda, Inc., TriHealth’s vision is to work together with physicians, hospitals and communities to help patients live better. Mr. Clement also holds the position of CEO of TriHealth’s five hospitals: Good Samaritan, Bethesda North, TriHealth Evendale; Bethesda Butler and McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, which serve the Tri-State region of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.
TriHealth has grown to include 12,000 plus employees, over 130 ambulatory locations, over 500 employed physicians and an independent medical staff of over 1,800. The organization also operates the largest corporate health and fitness program in Greater Cincinnati, the largest not-for-profit hospice in the region, and major teaching programs including nine residencies and fellowships. TriHealth’s Hatton Research Institute directs an active medical research program, as well as a comprehensive academic program. Since 1896, The Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science has provided quality nursing education.
Under Mr. Clement’s leadership, the system evolved as a clinically and operationally integrated health system that earned national recognition for excellence in clinical quality, efficiency and value, including for six consecutive years as one of the Top 100 Integrated Delivery Networks in the country. The system’s flagship hospital also earned Top 100 status as a cardiovascular hospital nine times – an accomplishment achieved by fewer than two dozen healthcare institutions. The system also grew inpatient and outpatient volumes by double digits (while area population figures remained flat or in decline). In the spring of 2018 under Clement’s leadership, TriHealth earned national recognition when the health system was named as one of the 15 Top Health Systems in the Country by IBM Watson Health (formerly Truven) and two of the system’s hospitals (Bethesda North Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital) were recognized as 100 Top Hospitals, also by IBM Watson Health.