Kaiser Permanente, the fourth largest hospital system in Orange County, appointed Payman Roshan as the new senior vice president and area manager for the OC Service Area, replacing Mark Costa who is retiring next month.
Roshan will have operational responsibility for two major medical centers — Anaheim and Irvine — and 24 medical offices, which provides care for nearly 600,000 Kaiser Permanente Orange County members.
Roshan, who lives in Newport Beach with his family, began his career with Kaiser Permanente as a regional director of Clinical Technology/ Biomedical Engineering in 2005. He then served in numerous leadership roles.
Costa, who is retiring after seven years in the top OC role, is credited with overseeing the growth of more than 100,000 members
Kaiser reported $1.2 billion in revenue in Orange County for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30.
Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente currently serves 12.6 million members in 8 states and the District of Columbia.