Nick Lymberopoulos was selected as chief executive for Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center in late March. He formerly served as chief operations officer for the hospital. Lymberopoulos brings 28 years of financial experience in the health care industry to the top role, and a deep relationship with the Tarzana location too — he started working at the hospital in 2003. With the job, succeeds Dale Surowitz and inherits a $644 million construction project, Tarzana Reimagined, and a partnership with Cedars-Sinai announced three years ago, not to mention a core Valley center on the mend after Los Angeles’s winter pandemic surge. He was five years into his tenure in Tarzana when the hospital switched from a for-profit owner, Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp., to nonprofit Providence Health & Services headquartered in Washington. Lymberopoulos grew up in the Valley, around the corner from Panorama City’s Kaiser Permanente hospital. His career started with an accounting position for Mesa General Hospital in Arizona, then more financial executive roles in Davenport, Iowa, before California called him back.


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