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Leslie C. Davis

  • Senior Vice President
  • Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Health Services Division​

Leslie C. Davis is senior vice president of UPMC and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Health Services Division,  which encompasses more than 20 hospitals and 3,500 employed physicians, 17 senior community facilities, a comprehensive array of clinical specialty service lines, and pre- and post-acute services that  include senior living, rehabilitation and home care. 

Ms. Davis has more than 30 years of health care experience, with particular emphasis on operations and developing businesses and services. She has served as president of Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC since 2004.

Prior to joining UPMC, Ms. Davis was president of Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia, part of Tenet Healthcare Corp. Ms. Davis began her career at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. She subsequently spent 13 years with Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia in positions of increasing responsibility, including vice president of clinical affiliations and ambulatory programs. She also served as chief operating officer of Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia before joining the University of Pennsylvania Health System, where she eventually became chief marketing and planning officer.

A native of Long Island, NY, Ms. Davis graduated from the University of South Florida and earned a master of education in administration, planning and social policy from Harvard University.

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