Dr. Andrei Soran
Andrei Soran has been selected as president of DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital in Commerce Township, and DMC Surgery Hospital in Madison Heights, effective Aug. 6, 2013. In his previous role was to develop and standardize those services across Vanguard’s markets, and conduct their integration in ACO’s, Risk Management agreements and partnership with other large healthcare systems. Vanguard is a publicly held company, with revenues of $6.5 billion. It owns 28 hospitals, employes physicians, insurance companies and has other healthcare interests.
Andrei Soran is also the CEO of MetroWest Medical Center since March 2006. MetroWest Medical Center is a health system consisting of 2 acute care hospitals, a home care agency and several physician practices. The system is a teaching affiliate of Harvard and Tufts. He is responsible for overseeing hospital operations, physician recruitment, expanding clinical services and overseeing the financial health of the hospital.
Before coming to MetroWest Medical Center, Soran was CEO at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, Massachusetts, and COO at Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill, Massachusetts. He also was director of strategic implementation at Metro West Medical Center in Framingham; and COO at Casa Colina Rehabilitation Centers (California) where he assisted with strategic planning and activities related to the building of a $32 million replacement hospital. His healthcare experience brings strengths in contract negotiation, business planning, process improvement, new program start up and inpatient and outpatient management.
Soran received his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Tel Aviv University in Israel. He was awarded his master’s in science of management from Boston University/Ben Gurion University of Israel.