Amir Rubin

President & Chief Executive Officer
Stanford Health Care

Amir Rubin is the president and chief executive officer of Stanford Health Care, formerly known as Stanford Hospital and Clinics, known worldwide for advanced patient care, particularly in the areas of cardiac care, cancer treatment, neurosciences, surgery and organ transplants. Under Rubin’s leadership, Stanford Hospitals have consistently ranked among America’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, and the organization has expanded with the construction of several major facilities, notably a comprehensive cancer center in San Jose—the West Coast’s only integrated neurology/neurosurgery center—and the new Stanford Hospital, which will be the nation’s most advanced hospital when it is completed in 2018.

Prior to joining Stanford Health Care as chief executive officer in January 2011, Rubin served as chief operating officer of UCLA Health Systems from 2005 to 2011, where he oversaw an operating budget of $1.6 billion and managed 8,000 employees, and chief operating officer of Stony Brook University Hospital.