Executive Vice President – Chief Transformation Officer
Anthony “Tony” Armada, FACHE is the Executive Vice President-Chief Transformation Officer. Prior to joining the Generations family, Armada was Chief Executive Officer of Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside in Daly City, CA leading the organization through the restructuring and transfer of ownership amidst the challenges of the Covid. Anthony “Tony” Armada, FACHE is the Executive Vice President-Chief Transformation Officer at Generations Healthcare Network. Prior to joining the Generations family, Armada was Chief Executive Officer of Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside in Daly City, CA leading the organization through the restructuring and transfer of ownership amidst the challenges of the Covid pandemic, while maintaining the essence and importance of a safety-net provider for the community. With 40 years in healthcare, Armada served the healthcare field – in a chief executive level contributing to organizations such as Providence Saint Joseph Health, Swedish Health Services, Advocate Health Care, Henry Ford Health System, and Kaiser Permanente, to name a few. Armada brings to our organization extensive experience in integrated delivery model and a keen understanding of the continuum of care delivering quality and safety of care, collaborations and partnerships needed in the accountable care models and the importance of patient experience, employee and physician engagement, improving access to care, achieving financial goals, and establishing relationships with partners and the community. Armada expresses, “I am very excited to join the Generations Healthcare Network family – to carry out the value of “our Family caring for your Family” in this transforming healthcare landscape. This opportunity allows me to partner with the leaders and employees while continuing my passion of making a difference in providing services and a voice to the underserved and vulnerable populations, especially the elderly and those living with mental illness. I also want to continue to expand my interest and contribution to the areas of diversity, inclusion and health equity especially with our learnings from Covid and the needs of vulnerable populations and the understanding of healthcare disparities”.
BS of Science Michigan State University
MBA and MHA Xavier University
Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare – Modern healthcare: 2008, 2010, 2014
Dean Conley Award- American College of Healthcare Executives 2011
Business Leaders of Color- Chicago United 2013
Asian American: Technology and Innovation Visionary Award – Northwest Asian Weekly 2016