The list highlights “100 executives who lead academic medical centers and health systems throughout the country,” according to the announcement. These leaders “are responsible for large, often multisite institutions that provide cutting-edge technology and clinical trials.”
Designees do not, nor cannot, pay for inclusion to the list.
Loyola Medicine is a regional, academic health system based in Chicago’s western suburbs and a member of Trinity Health, one of nation’s largest Catholic health systems. Loyola Medicine includes Loyola University Medical Center, a nationally ranked academic medical center with 547 licensed beds in Maywood; Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, a 254-bed community hospital in Melrose Park; MacNeal Hospital, a 374-bed community hospital in Berwyn; Loyola Medical Group, a team of primary care and specialty care physicians at over 15 Chicago-area locations; and a large ambulatory network of clinics throughout northern Illinois offering primary and specialty care. Loyola trains the next generation of caregivers through teaching programs for more than 520 residents and 2,400 students, allied health professionals, paramedics and chaplains each year.
Vincent is a member of Loyola Medicine’s Board of Directors. He joined Loyola in 2018 from Augusta University Health, where he served as chief operating officer. He previously held leadership positions with Hospital Corporation of America, Phymatrix Corporation, Wentz Wellness Centers and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Vincent served in the United States Marine Corps and holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Georgia. He also earned a bachelor's degree in business administration, healthcare management, from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. He is an executive fellow of the Advisory Board Company on Healthcare in Washington, D.C. and serves on the Illinois Health & Hospital Association's (IHA) Board of Trustees. He also is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has held leadership positions in the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association Heart Ball and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Vincent and his wife, Anna, have two sons and live in Chicago.