Isaac Mallah is the president and CEO of St. Joseph’s-Baptist Health Care, a five-hospital health care system with over 1,153 beds, and locations in Tampa and Plant City. St. Joseph’s-Baptist Health Care is part of BayCare Health System, a joint operating agreement among the top not-for-profit hospitals in the Tampa Bay area.
Mallah joined St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1976 as an administrative resident to complete his master’s degree in hospital and health administration from Xavier University in Ohio. Since then, he has held a variety of positions within the St. Joseph’s health system.
He was the chief operating officer when the St. Joseph’s Health System acquired John Knox Village and Humana Women’s Hospital. He also assisted with the development and implementation of HealthPoint Medical Group, a hospital-affiliated, primary care physician group.
With the formation of BayCare Health System in July 1997, Mallah was appointed president and chief executive officer of St. Joseph’s-Baptist Health Care, which includes St. Joseph’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital-North and South Florida Baptist Hospital in Plant City.
Mallah is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the boards of the Florida Hospital Association Federal Advocacy Committee, the Florida Hospital Association PAC Board for Healthy Communities and the Hillsborough Economic Development Council.