AMSURG Board of Directors
AMSURG Board of Directors
David King, previous chairman, CEO and president of LabCorp who led the organization’s transformation into a leading global life sciences company. Under King’s leadership, LabCorp completed a series of successful acquisitions, tripling the company’s size to 60,000 employees operating in 120 countries. The company’s share price increased by more than 125% during King’s time as CEO. King has been appointed as chair of the AMSURG Board of Directors, and he will also serve on the Compensation Committee.
President & Chief Executive OfficerBIO
President & Chief Executive Officer
Jeff Snodgrass is the President and Chief Executive Officer of AMSURG, a national leader in ambulatory surgical care with ownership in more than 250 surgery centers in 34 states and the District of Columbia, including medical specialties ranging from gastroenterology to ophthalmology and orthopedics.
Snodgrass was appointed to his current role as President and Chief Executive Officer in November 2023, having previously served as AMSURG’s President from 2020 to 2023. He joined AMSURG from Azura Vascular Care and National Cardiology Partners, where he served as President and CEO, leading the company’s outpatient vascular and cardiology, interventional and surgical business units.
Under his leadership, Azura Vascular Care experienced unprecedented growth and transformed from an office-based outpatient business to an ambulatory surgical care company. Snodgrass also served as the Chief Financial Officer at inVentiv Health and spent more than 17 years at Merck & Co. in several leadership positions in finance and marketing, including Vice President of Finance.
Snodgrass earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Penn State University.
Molly Joseph, former CEO of UnitedHealthcare Global. During her 16-year tenure at UnitedHealth Group, she pioneered the establishment of the company’s global health business into one of the largest health benefits and medical delivery businesses outside of the United States. She also oversaw 55 hospitals and several hundred ambulatory centers, with over nine million patients and seven million insurance members. Currently, Joseph is the founder and managing partner of Cypress Pass Ventures, an investment and advisory firm focused on health modernization. She also serves on the Board of Directors of West Pharmaceutical Services, First Solar and U.S. Radiology Specialists and is vice-chair of the Board of Trustees at Santa Clara University.
Adam Hieber, executive vice president and global head of corporate asset management at PIMCO. Before PIMCO, he was an operating partner and head of portfolio performance management for SoftBank and managing director and president of Cerberus Capital Management’s global operating team. He has also held numerous board appointments and senior management positions including chairman, CEO, CFO and CRO. He has been appointed Chair of the AMSURG Compensation Committee.
Joel Day, former chief financial officer at Kindred Healthcare and Scion Healthcare. In these roles, Day successfully led significant value creation initiatives, partnered with multiple private equity firms to complete a company sale and the formation of a new company and provided support and oversight on a 15-hospital acquisition. Before serving as CFO, Day spent 25 years in various finance leadership roles with Kindred Healthcare, including as operations CFO for six years, where he was responsible for the support and operational results of seven business lines with over $7 billion in revenue. In addition to serving as an AMSURG board member, Day will serve on the AMSURG Audit Committee.
Lisa A. Pollina, former vice chairman for RBC Capital Markets. Pollina has been named a ‘Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance’ by American Banker and has negotiated over $50 billion in corporate development deals globally throughout her career. She serves on the Board of Directors for Munich RE representing the Americas, as well as the Board of the Atlantic Council of the United States. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an advisor to ARES Management. Pollina has extensive corporate board and committee experience and has been appointed Chair of the AMSURG Audit Committee.
Leopoldo Quintas Jr., former three-star deputy commanding general of U.S. Army Forces Command. In this role, Quintas led day-to-day operations of the Army’s largest organization, comprised of more than 750,000 soldiers and civilians. Under his leadership, the organization transformed its readiness and operations to achieve unprecedented modernization while sustaining uninterrupted support to worldwide requirements. He has more than three decades of experience training, equipping and supporting personnel and employing capabilities, to include conduct of comprehensive health care both at home and abroad. Today, Quintas serves on the board of the West Point Association of Graduates and continues to support the U.S. Army as a highly qualified expert.