Tanir Ami, the CEO of OLE Health for the past seven years, is leaving her job, but she’s not going far.
Effective Nov. 13, Ami will become the new part-time CEO of the organization’s fundraising arm, the OLE Health Foundation. Until now, Ami has been CEO of both organizations.
Alicia Hardy, deputy CEO at OLE Health, will be acting CEO until a new leader is named.
Under Ami’s leadership, OLE Health’s annual budget went from $12 million to almost $30 million. Staff grew from 100 to about 260.
The number of patients served rose from 19,000 a year in 2011 to 35,000 a year in 2016.
A major campaign was successfully launched to build a new health care complex in South Napa.
Moving forward, Ami said her focus with the OLE Health Foundation will be to ensure the successful launch of OLE’s South Napa Campus.
Ami will also work on an initiative to expand access for Upvalley residents by working with St. Helena Hospital to incorporate Calistoga’s Vermeil House into OLE’s practice.