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Welcome to New Hospital CEOs

HASC is pleased to welcome two hospital chief executives who assumed their roles this year.

Warren Bradley, CEO, College Hospital Costa Mesa

Warren Bradley became chief executive officer of College Hospital Costa Mesa (CHCM) in 2023. Bradley has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field as a clinician and manager. Previously program director for CHCM’s inpatient adolescent unit from 1990 to 1992, he returned to College Hospital Costa Mesa in 1996 as program director of the Anaheim Partial Hospitalization Program.

In 2008, Bradley was promoted to vice president, outpatient psychiatric services with College Health Enterprises. In that role, he has been instrumental in growing the outpatient psychiatric services of both College Hospital Cerritos and College Hospital Costa Mesa. He has overseen numerous surveys for behavioral accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals and is affiliated with the Association of Ambulatory Behavioral Healthcare. Bradley received his master’s in counseling psychology from Pepperdine University in 1985.

Geoffrey Hall, CEO, California Rehabilitation Institute

Geoffrey Hall joined California Rehabilitation Institute as chief executive officer in 2023. In this role, he oversees the daily hospital operations and works closely with medical and administrative staff to develop and deploy clinical programs. Those programs focus on quality, safety and outcomes, with a commitment to delivering a world-class care experience to patients and their families.

With nearly 25 years of experience, Hall has held senior management positions in settings from large academic health care organizations to community hospitals. Most recently, he served as chief executive officer at Cleveland Clinic Rehabilitation Hospital, Edwin Shaw, an inpatient rehabilitation facility in Ohio.

Previously, Hall was administrator for eight years at Rusk Rehabilitation, part of the New York University Langone Health system in New York City. There, he led strategic initiatives to improve the service’s operational performance, quality, research and education, and growth.  Earlier in his career, Hall served as executive director of the behavioral health service line at Irving, Texas–based CHRISTUS Spohn Health System.

He holds a Master of Social Work degree from East Carolina University, a Master of Business Administration from Walden University and a Bachelor of Arts in social work from Auburn University.