Health First Names Currin VP For Growth & Development

By  //  June 5, 2012

Veteran Healthcare Adminstrator

BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA – Health First President & CEO Steven P. Johnson announced that Randy Currin has been named Vice President of Growth & Development reporting to the Health First Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy & Growth Officer Drew Rector.

In this new role, Currin will oversee Health First’s Outpatient & Wellness Division’s many specialized services including the Health First Aging Institute, Health First Diagnostic Services, Health First Durable Medical Equipment, Health First Home Care and Hospice of Health First.

Randy Currin has been named Vice President of Growth & Development for Health First (Image courtesy Health First)

Currin will also be responsible for Health First Medical Rehabilitation, Health First Private Duty, Health First Pro-Health & Fitness Centers, Health First Sleep Center, Health First Wound Management & Hyperbarics Center, Health First Pain Management, and the Health First Family Pharmacy.

He will also direct the Health First service lines of orthopedics, neurosurgery, and spine.

Currin has served the entirety of his professional career in Florida health organizations.

Before joining Health First, he served at HCA in Palm Harbor as the Vice President for Orthopedic / Spine / Neurosurgical Service Line Development since 2011 and as a Product Line Specialist for Orthopedics & Spine from 2009 to 2011.

Before joining HCA, he worked with Bristol-Myers Squibb in West Palm Beach as a Specialty Manager. Prior to that position, he served as a Healthcare Representative with Pfizer Inc. in Fort.Myers.

“Randy brings extensive experience and knowledge for growth and development of healthcare services to our organization. Health and Wellness initiatives are at the core of Health First’s mission and vision for the Florida Space Coast communities we serve,” said Drew Rector, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy & Growth Officer of Health First.

Currin earned his Bachelor of Science degree from East Carolina University and his Master of Business Administration degree in Health Sector Management and Policy from the University of Miami.