Gregory Angle's first exposure to the field of health care management came shortly after he earned his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Arizona in 1983. Working with a management consulting firm, he participated in a number of projects for various health care providers in areas such as strategic planning, the design of joint ventures, new program development, physician practice management, and capital financing. In the years since, Gregory Angle has built a career of leadership and achievement in health care management.
In 1986, Gregory Angle earned his Master's degree in Health Services Administration from Arizona State University, and in 1988, he began working in executive positions at investor-owned hospitals in the West, including hospitals in Arizona, Nevada and Texas. During his tenure, he successfully coordinated of the health care needs of the communities served by the various hospitals and the requirements of the corporations that owned them.
In August 1998, Gregory Angle began serving in senior executive positions for Ascension Health, the nation’s largest Catholic-sponsored health system, initially as Vice President Operations/CEO of Seton Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Later, he became the Senior Vice President and CEO of the Carondelet St. Mary's Hospital in Tucson, one of four hospitals sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
In 2006, Angle was appointed CEO of the Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital, another of the four and also located in Tucson. As CEO of two Carondelet hospitals, Gregory Angle was responsible for a number of successful outcomes, such as taking specific steps to improve relations between the hospitals and its physicians, creating joint ventures to partner with physicians in providing expanded and enhanced surgical services to the community, improving clinical outcomes, expanding facilities, and increasing profitability. Gregory Angle is currently serving as CEO of the Los Robles Regional Medical Center of Thousand Oaks, California.
In addition to his daily responsibilities, he also serves on various healthcare boards, including the Board for the Hospital Association of Southern California and the Board of Trustees of the United Hospital Association.