Olympia resident Scott Bond, the former chief executive of Providence Health & Services, Southwest Washington, will retire from the Washington State Hospital Association in January 2017, the organization announced.
Bond had served as president and chief executive of the hospital association since 2011.
“Because of his leadership, we have a nationally known patient safety program, a safety net assessment that is supporting hospitals that serve Medicaid enrollees, and a strong record of successful advocacy and partnerships in the policy arena,” said Gregg Davidson, superintendent and chief executive of Skagit Regional Health, in a statement. “We could not have hoped for more.”
The hospital association board expects to select a new executive by the time of its annual meeting in October.
Bond serves on the board of the Association of Washington Business. He is a past board member of Choice Regional Health Network, the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, the Hands On Children’s Museum and the American Cancer Society, Washington division.