110 W. New York Ave.
DeLand, FL 32720
posted Aug 5, 2010 - 4:19:46pm
For the past three years, the five Florida Hospitals in Volusia and Flagler counties have collaborated to provide comprehensive, high-quality care to the two counties. And in doing so, the hospital’s parent company, Adventist Health System, saw a need to implement local, regional leadership.
With this in mind, Daryl Tol, current president/chief executive officer of Florida Hospital DeLand, has been appointed by Michael Schultz, president and CEO, Adventist Health System Florida Region, to serve as the Market CEO for Florida Hospital’s Volusia/Flagler region. Additionally, Debbie Thomas, former chief financial officer of Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, has been appointed to serve as the Market CFO for the region.
“I am humbled and invigorated by the honor to lead the Volusia/Flagler Florida Hospital team,” said Tol. “I am committed to leading our team of 5,200 employees with our Christian mission of hope, health and healing at the forefront of everything we do.”
In his role as Market CEO, Tol will continue as the President/CEO of Florida Hospital DeLand, but will also have oversight of the CEOs for each of the other campuses in the region.
In Thomas’ new role, she will serve as both the Volusia/Flagler Market CFO and the CFO for Florida Hospital DeLand. Nigel Hinds, Florida Hospital DeLand’s current CFO, will transition to Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center.
“Daryl, Debbie and Nigel have each lived in the community for many years and have all served at multiple Florida Hospital facilities” said Schultz. “They demonstrate a perpetual dedication to the communities they live in and are essential to Florida Hospital’s collaborative plans.”
Tol began his career on the West coast working at Loma Linda University Medical Center in San Bernardino, CA and Adventist Medical Center in Portland, OR. In 2000 he moved to Florida where he served in progressive leadership positions within the Florida Hospital system, first with the construction and opening of Florida Hospital Flagler as the Administrator, then as Chief Operating Officer at Florida Hospital Memorial System, where he facilitated the planning for today’s Memorial Medical Center campus. Tol then transitioned to Florida Hospital DeLand as President/CEO at in 2006.
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