Consulate Health Care, Florida’s largest senior healthcare services provider, has named Tim Lehner chief operating officer.
Lehner had been chief operating officer at California’s Windsor Health Care since 2015. There, he built that company’s first executive leadership program; secured lending options for portfolio growth; and helped create clinical programs for behavioral health, veterans and respiratory residents.
Lehner previously held senior leadership roles at Avamere Health Services, Regency Pacific, Evergreen Health Care and The Park Associates. He also served as president of the Washington Healthcare Association.
“I am thrilled to have the executive experience and track record of Tim joining the Consulate leadership team,” said Consulate CEO Chris Bryson. “His passion for people and quality is palpable. He brings a deeply committed focus on improving the patient experience and staff engagement, and he will be an important member of the Executive team.”
Lehner’s family has been in the senior care industry since 1948, and he started his career in post- acute roles including housekeeping, maintenance, nursing assistant and administration. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Portland State University.