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Front Page » Profile » Hospital Veteran Ralph Aleman To Play A Key Role As Tenet Restructures Network To Be More Responsive To Members

Hospital Veteran Ralph Aleman To Play A Key Role As Tenet Restructures Network To Be More Responsive To Members

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Written by on May 18, 2006

Ralph Aleman, a veteran hospital executive who for five years ran Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, took on a new role April 11 as market vice president for the investor-owned Tenet Healthcare Corp.’s Miami-Dade County and Broward County network of hospitals. It consists of Palmetto and six other general hospitals totaling about 2,600 in-patient beds, 2,850 affiliated physicians, 6,100 employees and an annual payroll of almost $400 million.

Mr. Aleman, 59, featured in a Miami Today profile when he was chief executive officer of the former Victoria Hospital in Miami in 1991, described his new role for Tenet (NYSE: THC) in an interview this month with Miami Today international editor Michael Hayes. This is an excerpt from the weekly profile article published in Miami Today. To read the entire article in full, order this issue or subscribe to the print edition of Miami Today. Advertisement

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