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Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel names new CEO

WESLEY CHAPEL — Denyse Bales-Chubb has accepted the position of president-CEO for Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, effective Aug. 1. She will replace Brian Adams, who was named president-CEO of Florida Hospital Tampa earlier this year.

"Denyse is committed to our mission and growing the legacy of Seventh-day Adventist health care," Don Jernigan, president and CEO of Adventist Health System said in a release. "I'm pleased to welcome her to our system and look forward to seeing her contributions to both Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and Adventist Health System."

According to the company, Bales-Chubb brings more than 25 years of health care experience, most recently serving as vice president and administrator of Adventist Medical Center Selma and Adventist Medical Center — Reedley, both in California. She has served in for-profit and nonprofit health care organizations and holds a master's degree in health care administration from Wichita State University in Kansas and a bachelor's in medical technology and biology from Fort Hays State University in Missouri. She and her husband, Jack, have three children.

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