Presidents and CEO
Stephen R. Mason is the president and CEO of BayCare Health System, the largest, community-based health system in the Tampa Bay area with more than 19,600 employees, 10 hospitals and 200 access points. BayCare connects patients to a complete range of services through its not-for-profit hospitals, outpatient and imaging facilities, home care and other clinical services.
Mason came to BayCare in May 2004 and has more than 30 years of health care experience. He has successfully championed several major initiatives and system-wide improvements at BayCare as the organization has grown into one of the top employers in the region.
Glenn Waters is the president of Morton Plant Mease Health Care, a four-hospital, 1,207-bed health care system with locations in Clearwater, Dunedin, Safety Harbor and New Port Richey, Fla. He was appointed this position in 2008.
Previously, Mr. Waters was the chief operating officer at Moses Cone Health System in Greensboro, North Carolina. There, Waters led the development of a freestanding, outpatient cardiac catherization joint venture with cardiologists, the planning of the $275 million expansion of its flagship hospital and the development of a new organizational structure that allowed leaders to work more closely with employed physicians.
William Ulbricht is the president of St. Anthony's Health Care, a one-hospital health system with 395 beds located in St. Petersburg. St. Anthony's Health Care is part of BayCare, a community-based health care system in the Tampa Bay area.
Ulbricht was appointed president of St. Anthony's in April 2007. He spent the past 10 years as the chief operating officer for South Florida Baptist Hospital, a full-service 147-bed facility in Plant City and one of BayCare's nine hospitals. He has more than 15 years of operational and management experience and a strong background in health care finance.
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.