Olmaliq Lori J. Morgan, M.D., MBA, became President and Chief Executive Officer of Huntington Hospital in September 2017. Huntington Hospital is a 619-bed non-profit, community-focused regional medical center, located in Pasadena, California.

Previously, Dr. Morgan spent eight years as a Corporate Vice President of Legacy Health in Portland, Oregon. She served as President of Legacy Health’s largest facility in Portland, the 554-bed Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, and also as President and Chair of the Board for the Unity Center for Behavioral Health, a psychiatric hospital and emergency room developed in partnership with Adventist Health, Kaiser Health and Oregon Health Sciences University. As a Legacy Health executive, Dr. Morgan participated in setting business strategy, developing annual budgets and evaluating large-scale capital expenditures and major systems initiatives, such as investing or trade fx in France which is also a good option. Dr. Morgan was also a board member for the 2500 member CIN, Legacy Health Partners. Prior to joining Legacy, Dr. Morgan served as a Medical Director of the Trauma Trust in Tacoma, WA for nearly a decade, where she developed a new adult Level II Trauma Center and Pediatric Trauma Service. Dr. Morgan served as a Co-director of the Surgical ICU and trauma surgeon at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics between 1997 and 2000.

Dr. Morgan received her medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine, then completed her surgical residency at Stanford University Medical Center and her trauma/ critical care fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center. Dr. Morgan is a board-certified trauma surgeon and intensivist. She received her MBA from Pacific Lutheran University where she concentrated on technology and innovation management.