Mr. Brothman is an experienced hospital operator and multi-hospital system executive. He worked at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, Denver General Hospital and National Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colorado. He spent fifteen years as an executive with Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) where he was COO of their largest and most profitable hospital, President and CEO of West Hills Hospital in California and President of HCA’s ten hospital, one billion-dollar Utah/Idaho Division. Mr. Brothman also worked for Tenet Healthcare where he ran multiple hospitals in the Southern California region. In 2005 Mr. Brothman co- founded IHHI, a company that acquired four hospitals in the Orange County, California market. He ran that company for ten years. Mr. Brothman was Senior Vice President and Chief Hospital Officer for Masimo, a world-wide medical device company. He is co-owner of Westlake Hospital in Austin, Texas. Additionally, Mr. Brothman started two other healthcare companies: a hazardous material transport company based in El Cajon, California and a Taiwan based medical device company. Mr. Brothman has completed many transactions including hospital acquisitions and divestitures, surgery centers, imaging centers and home health agencies. He has completed several managed care transactions and has significant experience with full-risk capitated health plans, county organized health systems, FQHC’s and Medicaid and Medicare managed care. He has served on the board of many healthcare organizations including the American Hospital Association, the Nevada Hospital Association,
the Utah Hospital Association and the Hospital Association of Southern California.
Mr. Brothman has a bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and a Masters Degree in Hospital Administration from the University of Colorado in Denver, Colorado.