Todd Caliva has been named chief executive officer of HCA-affiliated Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, effective Oct. 24.
In making the announcement, HCA Gulf Coast Division President Troy Villarreal said Caliva will assume responsibility of the 531-bed, full-service, acute-care hospital, which is recognized as one of the top hospitals in Texas.
Caliva is regarded in the industry as a consummate healthcare professional and has more than 24 years of experience, including a decade at the multi-facility level, Villarreal said, adding that Caliva has been with HCA in Houston since 1997.
Since 2006, Caliva has served as chief executive officer of HCA-affiliates West Houston Medical Center, East Houston Regional Medical Center and The Woman’s Hospital of Texas, and as administrator of Sugar Land Medical Center Surgical and Diagnostic Center.
“With solid roots in the Clear Lake area and our division, Todd’s knowledge of the community’s healthcare needs will advance the strong foundation that has already been laid over 40 years,” Villarreal said. “His enthusiasm and passion for working with physicians and staff will have a positive impact in the overall delivery of care and patient experience, making him the ideal CEO for Clear Lake Regional Medical Center.”
“I am excited to join Clear Lake Regional Medical Center at a crucial time in its growth, and have the opportunity to work with such an exceptional group of physicians and employees that are truly committed to making the lives of our patients better,” said Caliva.
Caliva’s robust community involvement includes co-chairing the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council Cardiac Care Committee, an organization that is committed to improve the overall care for heart attack patients across the region; serving as the president/chairman of the Educational Foundation of the Southeast Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives, as well as currently serving as the interim regent of the Southeast Texas Chapter; and serving on the board of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce.
Caliva earned a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s of science in marketing from the University of Houston.