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Chief Financial Officer – PE Sponsored Ophthalmology Platform
Regional Senior Vice Presidents, Operations – PE Sponsored Ophthalmology Practice Management Company
Chief Medical Officer, Faculty Group Practice – Nationally Ranked Medical School
Chief Medical Officer/Chief Medical Information Officer – International Catholic Health System
Corporate Vice President of Clinic Operations – PE Sponsored National Operator of Pediatric Clinics
Chief Financial Officer – PE Sponsored National Operator of Pediatric Clinics
Chief Financial Officer – PE Sponsored Wound Care Company
Chief of Pediatric Surgery – Top Five Children’s Hospital
Vice President of Marketing – PE Sponsored Anesthesia Services Provider
Senior Vice President, Operations – PE Sponsored Operator of Veterinary Clinics/Hospitals
Chief Executive Officer – For-Profit Surgical Hospital
Chief of the Division of Congenital Heart Surgery – #1 Ranked Pediatric Program in the U.S.
Radiologist-in-Chief – Top Five Hospital
Chief Executive Officer – Continuing Care Retirement Community

Satisfied Clients

Hospital Corporation of AmericaJohn Steele
Senior Vice President – Human Resources, HCA
“HCA has worked with Jannah Hodges and Hodges Partners for more than a decade. Notably, Jannah has placed over 50 executives within our system, and with rare exception, they are all still part of our organization. With the numerous executive search firm choices available, it is exceptional to find a consultant who is truly a partner to the organizations they serve. Jannah Hodges is that type of consultant – a true partner. We look forward to our continued success working together with Hodges Partners.”
Baylor College of Medicine Paul Klotman, MD
President & CEO, Executive Dean, Baylor College of Medicine
Hodges Partners is an outstanding firm to work with in the recruitment of leaders in academic medicine.  I have actually had the opportunity to work with the firm as both a recruit and a client.  Jannah and her team are extremely supportive of both candidates and clients throughout the recruitment process.  She puts in a lot of personal effort and has a unique ability to match the right candidates with the right leadership opportunities which has resulted in bringing some great new leaders to our organization.”
United Vision Partners LogoSami Abbasi
Founder and CEO of United Vision Partners
“I have known and worked with Jannah for more than 15 years. Over that period of time she placed several key senior leaders in the various organizations that I have run, and has been my trusted human capital advisor. Jannah is off-the-charts smart, has high integrity and is one of the hardest workers in the business. In addition, she has built a very talented, complementary and highly responsive support team. I unequivocally recommend Hodges Partners; they deliver superior outcomes.”

Happening Now

  • Mount Sinai finalizes partnership with South Nassau
    Oceanside, N.Y.-based South Nassau Communities Hospital and New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System have finalized a partnership that will include a $120 million investment by Mount Sinai to establish South Nassau as its flagship Long Island hospital, according to Newsday. (12.05.2018)
  • U of Maryland med school names several female execs amid harassment scandal
    The Baltimore-based University of Maryland School of Medicine announced several policy changes in light of a plethora of allegations against medical school officials claiming the institution served as a “hostile work environment” for women, the Bristol Herald Courier reports. (12.05.2018)
  • A Push For Diversity In Medical School Is Slowly Paying Off
    In 2009, the body that accredits medical schools issued a new requirement: All medical schools must implement policies that help them attract and retain more diverse students. (12.04.2018)
  • Cleveland Clinic to restructure leadership in Florida
    With two hospital acquisitions pending, Cleveland Clinic Florida plans to create a new regional leadership structure in the Sunshine State. (11.28.2018)
  • CHI, Dignity unveil name for combined system
    Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives and San Francisco-based Dignity Health have picked a name for the combined system their proposed mega-merger will create: CommonSpirit Health. (11.15.2018)
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