Our good buddy Matt Goodman over at D Healthcare Daily just broke the news that former Marine/current Baylor Scott and White Health CEO Joel Allison has announced his retirement.
It’s really not like a sit-on-the-couch type of change. It’s more like moving into a new career.
Starting on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, when Joel officially turns 69, he’ll become senior advisor to the chair of the Board of Baylor Scott and White Health.
In his new position, he “will advise the Board chairman in the areas of advocacy, philanthropy and medical education.”
Joel and his wife of 46 years, Diane Allison, will live in Waco near their alma mater — Baylor University — and Joel will office out of Temple.
Checking with our other good buddy Jen Huntsberry over at Baylor Health Care System Foundation, a nationwide search will take place for Joel’s replacement… as if there were anyone who could replace Joel!