Top health care executive resigns after two years heading a cancer-treatment company.
FORT MYERS — Radiation Therapy Services says Chief Operating Officer Joseph Garcia resigned after a two-year tenure with the operator of cancer-treatment centers.
Radiation Therapy says Garcia will remain with the company until May 10, after which he will become the CEO of an undisclosed health care service business in the dental field.
“Joseph leaves behind him established departments in his areas of his responsibility that we believe will continue to successfully carry out their respective missions,” says Daniel Dosoretz, president and CEO of Radiation Therapy, in a statement. No replacement was named.
Radiation Therapy operates 127 cancer-treatment centers, including 96 centers located in 15 U.S. states. The company also operates 31 centers in six countries in Latin America.