The Federation of American Hospitals named two leaders of Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp. winners of its Mike Bromberg Lifetime Achievement Award and Corris Boyd Leadership Award.
The Mike Bromberg Lifetime Achievement Award honors Mike Bromberg, leader of FAH from 1969 to 1994. Bromberg passed away last year. The Corris Boyd Leadership Award honors an “individual or company that has made an outstanding contribution in fostering leadership in the healthcare industry.” It was named after Corris Boyd, known for his career in hospital and group purchasing organization management.
Keith Pitts, vice chairman of Tenet Healthcare, received the Bromberg lifetime achievement award. According to FAH, Pitts has worked in the hospital industry for more than 40 years. He has been recognized as “one of the most influential figures” in the sector, known for his “keen business and common sense.”
Marsha Powers, CEO of the eastern region-coastal division of Tenet Healthcare, received the Corris Boyd Leadership Award. Powers was honored for her leadership in expanding her oversight to hospitals in South Carolina and Massachusetts, making a total of 17 in her division.