SCL Health’s CEO/president Slubowski resigns to return to Trinity Health

BROOMFIELD — Michael Slubowski has resigned as president and chief executive of Broomfield-based SCL Health to become president and chief operating officer of Trinity Health in Novi, Mich., a health system he worked for from 1997 to 2010.

Slubowski joined the faith-based SCL Health in January 2011 and oversaw the relocation of its system services operations from Lenexa, Kan., to Denver and later to Broomfield.

SCL Health’s board of directors is working on a transition plan, including interim leadership, to replace Slubowski.

SCL Health, founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, operates a network of hospitals and physician clinics, and provides services that include home health care, hospice, mental health care, outpatient imaging, virtual health care and safety-net services.

During his tenure, Slubowski recruited system services leaders, and together the team created a structure and operating model to leverage skill and scale across SCL Health’s three regions — Colorado, Kansas and Montana.

Since then, SCL Health has entered into partnerships, including one with National Jewish Health in Denver and the acquisition of Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton.