Linda Bradley, CEO of Centinela Hospital in Inglewood, was recently honored
by the R.I.S.E. Financial Pathways organization at their "Women CEO's:
Making a Difference in Southern California Hospitals" luncheon held
at The Walt Disney Concert Hall. The event highlighted four women led
hospitals – Centinela Hospital, California Hospital, Martin Luther
King, Jr. Community Hospital and Beverly Hospital. The honorees also participated
in a panel discussion on topics such as leadership style, their vision
on the future of healthcare delivery in the nation and how they became
involved in hospital administration. Val Zavala, Vice-President and Anchor
at KCET served as the moderator for the event.
Each of the honorees received a proclamation from the City of Los Angeles
in recognition of their service to the citizens of Los Angeles. In addition,
Ms. Bradley received a special commendation from the City of Inglewood
for her exceptional service at Centinela Hospital and for her strong commitment
to provide quality care and patient safety to the community-at-large.
In her current position, Ms. Bradley provides day-to-day operational leadership
for the hospital; interfaces with community stakeholders and is an integral
part of Prime Healthcare Services senior management team. She stated,
"I am honored to be part of such an amazing group of women here today.
Their dedication and commitment to the healthcare of the people of Los
Angeles County is inspiring. I look forward to continuing to work with
an amazing team of physicians and staff to build upon the success of Centinela
Hospital and to provide an even greater commitment to the communities
that we serve."