FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) – Lutheran Hospital will have a new leader starting in December.
Brady Dubois will become the hospital’s new chief executive officer on Dec. 4.
Dubois comes to Lutheran Hospital from his position as president of Mosaic Life Care Medical Centers, a health care system based in St. Joseph, Missouri.
During his time at Mosaic Life Care, the organization expanded to four wholly owned hospitals, providing coverage to 21 counties in northwest Missouri, southwest Iowa, southeast Nebraska and northwest Kansas.
“Brady’s experience and leadership style are the perfect fit for Lutheran Hospital and I’m confident that he will work with the team to take our flagship to the next level, with a focus on quality, safety and the patient experience. We are blessed to add Brady to the senior executive leadership team,” said Mark Medley, FACHE, regional president and chief executive officer, Lutheran Health Network.
From 2007 until he joined Mosaic Life Care in 2016, Dubois held executive leadership positions in hospitals and healthcare systems across the country.
He also served as a Medical Service Corps officer for the U.S. Navy from May 2000-2007, where he oversaw several high-level initiatives within the continental United States, internationally and in deployed environments.
It was during this time that his personal philosophy of “Mission First, People Always” was formed.
Along with his wife, Amy, and three children, Dubois is active in The Bridge Community Church, leading Bible study and serving as Vice Chair for Feed the 500, an annual fundraiser that provides Christmas meals to those in need.
“Amy and I are looking forward to making Fort Wayne our family’s home and becoming involved in the community,” said Dubois.
Dubois began his career as a recreational therapist at DeTar Health System in Victoria, Texas.
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