Greg Feirn, CEO, LCMC Health, has been designated as a “Role Model” by the Young Leadership Council (YLC). Annually since 1986, the YLC selects a class of outstanding New Orleanians who serve as role models by actively contributing to the betterment of the Greater New Orleans region. The organization describes these individuals as “inspirations to YLC’s young professional members and to the community at large. The full list of those honored this year can be viewed at this link.
Greg brings over 25 years of healthcare leadership experience to the table, drawing on his knowledge and expertise to lead the way for both our system and industry. After 11 years in leadership at Children’s Hospital New Orleans, Greg turned his focus to building a health system that could truly serve the diverse needs of the New Orleans community. As part of this vision, Greg served as the head negotiator when Children’s Hospital acquired Touro and provided instrumental leadership during the formation of LCMC Health.
After spending several years as the new system’s CFO and COO, Greg was appointed CEO of LCMC Health in 2014. With a mission to provide the highest quality care for every patient, Greg has made sure that LCMC Health grows with an emphasis on innovation, personalized care, and the adaptability needed to succeed in a changing healthcare environment. He’s shaped LCMC Health as an example of a system that’s focused on reducing costs, while continuously striving to provide the best possible care and experience for the New Orleans community.
Originally from Wisconsin, Greg has fully immersed himself in the New Orleans community, playing key leadership roles in a variety of NOLA programs, including acting as Chairman of the Metropolitan Management Corporation, and serving on the Boards of Greater New Orleans, Inc., The Business Council of New Orleans and the River Region, the Louisiana Hospital Association, and ShareCor. He’s also a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New Orleans Metropolitan Hospital Council Finance Committee, Child Health Association, and the Center for Corporate Innovation.