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November 18, 2021

Proliance Surgeons Welcomes New CEO

  • Proliance Surgeons is partnering with Revo Health, a Minnesota-based health care management company, and tapping its leader, Troy Simonson, as its next CEO.
  • He will be instrumental in the expansion of our network of services and care centers.
  • With over twenty years of experience in fostering growth in the healthcare industry.
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Proliance Surgeons is partnering with Revo Health, a Minnesota-based health care management company, and tapping its leader, Troy Simonson, as its next CEO.

Simonson, who will maintain his role overseeing Revo Health, was brought in to help Proliance, one of the nation’s largest independent health care practices, continue to grow. He replaces Mark Barnhart, who took over at Proliance in 2019.

“Bringing Troy to Proliance represents a major milestone for us,” Chairman and President Dr. Charles Peterson said in a news release. “Proliance was formed almost three decades ago by independent surgeons with a simple vision of providing excellent care to every patient, every day, and we’ve been successful. Now, we’re looking ahead to our next chapter.”

Founded in 1973, Seattle-based Proliance Surgeons currently serves more than 800,000 people across 100 locations in Washington. With a new CEO and partnership, Proliance is pushing to continue growing its network of services and facilities.

As CEO of Revo Health, Simonson helped create an independent multispecialty practice with over 200 physicians in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and provides executive leadership to other practices across the United States. Previously, he was an executive at Twin Cities Orthopedics in Minneapolis for more than 15 years, during which it grew it into one of the largest orthopedic specialty groups in the country.

“This is an exciting time to join the practice, because we’re capitalizing on a growth trend occurring in the industry,” Simonson said. “Physician-owned and led practices who have historically been overshadowed by large health systems are stepping up and driving positive change and innovation across all of healthcare.”

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