Eisenhower Health has named Martin J. Massiello as president and chief executive officer of Eisenhower Health, effective March 1, 2021. Massiello, who currently serves as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the organization, will succeed G. Aubrey Serfling, who announced his retirement in 2020 following 20 years of leadership as president and CEO of Eisenhower Health. Serfling will serve on Eisenhower’s Board of Governors, focusing on community relations and fundraising.
“Marty Massiello has demonstrated extraordinary leadership during his 13-year tenure as COO at Eisenhower Health,” says Michael Shannon, Chairman of the Board, Eisenhower Health. “His more than 30 years of experience in health care and extensive knowledge of the clinical services of Eisenhower Health make him singularly suited to carrying forward the strategic initiatives that will ensure Eisenhower’s continued commitment to providing exceptional health care to patients in the Coachella Valley. His well-established relationships with physicians and staff will ensure a smooth transition that encourages a continued focus on quality of care and clinical excellence.”
Massiello has served as COO of Eisenhower Health since 2008. In this position, he has worked with Serfling on numerous initiatives for both the hospital and ambulatory clinic division. Massiello also serves as Executive Vice President and COO of Eisenhower Medical Associates. He was instrumental in the development and ongoing expansion of Eisenhower’s Graduate Medical Education programs, establishing residencies in internal medicine, family medicine and emergency medicine as well as multiple fellowship programs.
Prior to his appointment as chief operating officer at Eisenhower Health, Massiello served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Loyola University Health System in Chicago. He began his career in pharmacy services, earning numerous promotions and advancements in a variety of clinical and administrative leadership roles. This includes administrative director of ancillary and distributive services for St. Francis Hospital of Evanston, vice president of physician practice services and clinical, support and outpatient services for Resurrection Healthcare and vice president of health care services for Loyola University Medical Center.
Massiello earned his juris doctorate from Ohio Northern University, where he also earned his bachelor of science in pharmacy. Massiello studied with the Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits) and was a candidate for a master of arts in medical ethics at Loyola University of Chicago.