New leadership appointed for UHS’ Southern California hospitals and Southwest Healthcare System

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Jared Giles
Jared Giles is the new CEO of Southwest Healthcare System, effective March 30, overseeing operations at both the Rancho Springs Medical Center campus and Inland Valley Medical Center campus. Valley News/Courtesy photo
MURRIETA – Universal Health Services and Southwest Healthcare System has appointed new leadership for several Southern California hospitals. Brad Neet has been promoted to group vice president of Southern California for Universal Health Services’ Acute Care Division after serving as Southwest Healthcare System’s CEO since 2013. Neet succeeds Mike Fencel who retired March 31, after 37 years in the health care industry, including six years at UHS. Succeeding Neet, Jared Giles has been promoted to the position of CEO of Southwest Healthcare System effective March 30. Giles assumes responsibility for overseeing operations at both the Rancho Springs Medical Center campus and Inland Valley Medical Center campus. As group vice president, Neet will provide strategy, business and ope
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