Centura Health Press Releases
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2012 Press Releases
Pueblo, CO – Becker's Hospital Review recently released its annual "100 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know" list and St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center’s Barbara Carveth was among the list of healthcare notables. In addition, Margaret Sabin, President of the Centura Health South State Operating Group and CEO of the Penrose-St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs was also listed.
According to Becker’s, these 100 women demonstrate outstanding leadership within the hospital and healthcare industry and were chosen based on a wide range of management and leadership skills, including oversight of hospital or health system operations, financial turnarounds and quality improvement initiatives. Carveth and Sabin are the only two women from southern Colorado to be included in the list.
Carveth currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of St. Mary-Corwin. She has held numerous leadership positions within Centura Health, the largest hospital network in Colorado. Before St. Mary-Corwin, she served as interim CEO/CFO of Centura's St. Anthony North Hospital in Westminster, Colo. She was St. Anthony North's CFO since November 2004, and also worked as the vice president of finance and controller at St. Anthony North.
Sabin joined Penrose-St. Francis Health Services as president and CEO in November 2008. In July 2009, she was named the South State Operating Group President, overseeing operations at all three Centura hospitals in southern Colorado: Penrose-St. Francis; St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center; and St. Thomas More Hospital in Canon City. Additionally, Ms. Sabin serves as chair of Centura Health's Trauma Council.
St. Mary-Corwin and Penrose-St. Francis are part of Centura Health, connecting you to Colorado’s largest health care network.