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Andrew Goldfrach

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center appoints CEO
May 22, 2024
Andrew Goldfrach
Andrew Goldfrach, a respected health-care industry expert with extensive experience in strategic planning, financial management and operational efficiencies who has served as chief operating officer at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) for more than four years, has been appointed by the Board of Supervisors to serve as ARMC chief executive officer effective June 1.

“I am honored to have this opportunity to lead the dedicated team at ARMC,” said Goldfrach. “Together, we are committed to advancing health care excellence and improving outcomes for our patients and community.”

Since joining ARMC in March 2020, Goldfrach has spearheaded transformative initiatives that have elevated the hospital’s status and expanded its service offerings. Under his leadership, ARMC — a county-owned and -operated 456-bed university-affiliated teaching hospital in Colton — achieved accreditation as a comprehensive stroke center, established a new neuroscience critical care service, and developed innovative programs in cardiothoracic surgery and minimally invasive robotic surgery.

“Andrew brings a unique blend of strategic vision and operational expertise,” said San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Chairman and Third District Supervisor Dawn Rowe. “His leadership has been instrumental in driving growth, enhancing patient care, and strengthening our community partnerships.”

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Goldfrach played a pivotal role in directing the county’s response efforts, serving as the county’s interim Public Health director. His initiatives earned multiple innovation awards from the National Association of Counties.

Prior to his role at ARMC, Goldfrach served as the CEO of University Hospitals Avon Rehabilitation Hospital in Ohio, where he achieved positive quality outcomes and financial performance. His initiatives resulted in significant growth in admissions, improved patient satisfaction scores, and enhanced clinical protocols focused on high reliability care. Andrew is also a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).

“Andrew’s appointment is a testament to his proven leadership and commitment to delivering high-quality care,” said Vice Chairman and First District Supervisor Col. Paul Cook (Ret.). “We look forward to his continued contributions to ARMC and the residents of San Bernardino County.”

Second District Supervisor Jesse Armendarez added, “His dedication to improving patient outcomes and fostering innovation aligns with our vision for health care in our community.”

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