DETROIT — Andrei Soran is the new Chief Operating Officer of the Detroit Medical Center. Soran, who has a broad-based portfolio of experience in the health care industry, will work directly with DMC hospital presidents to focus on DMC’s future strategic growth.
Soran was named President of DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital and DMC Surgery Hospital in July 2013. He came to DMC from Massachusetts, where he was vice president of growth for Vanguard Health Systems’ New England region and Chief Executive Officer for MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, Mass.
As CEO of MetroWest, a teaching affiliate of Harvard and Tufts Universities, Soran presided over the opening of five outpatient satellites, helped build the hospital’s first Physician-Hospital Organization, as well as a Shared Savings ACO, designed the hospital’s Lean Management strategy, and helped recruit over 275 new physicians to the market. He has experience in accountable care, acquisitions, new hospital planning and execution, physician recruiting and relationships, and many other areas in today’s health care environment.
Soran earned his bachelor’s in physical therapy from Tel Aviv University in Israel. He completed his Master of Science in management at Boston University and Ben Gurion University, Israel.