Leadership

Peter R. Baronoff ________________________________________________________
Executive Chairman



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Peter R. Baronoff is the Executive Chairman of Success Healthcare, LLC which owns 2 acute care hospitals in California and Missouri.  Success Healthcare Inc., also has a short term acute inpatient behavioral health facility in California and a School of Nursing in St. Louis. Baronoff also serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Promise Healthcare, Inc., one of the leading Long Term Acute Care hospital companies in the United States, which owns and operates 17 hospitals in nine states, two hospitals under construction in Fort Myers, FL and Miami Lakes, FL and two skilled nursing facilities in TX and KS. 

Respected and elected by his peers for his leadership, business and financial acumen, Baronoff served as a three-term President, of the Acute Long-Term Hospital Association (ALTHA) Board of Directors.

 Baronoff was elected as a City of Boca Raton Council Member for two terms, and appointed by his council peers to serve as Deputy Mayor in his second term.  By virtue of his City Council services, Baronoff served as chairman and commissioner of the city’s community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) during his first term.  In this capacity, Baronoff helped make decisions that positioned Boca Raton as a tourist and economic powerhouse for the entire state of Florida.

 An active member of the Boca Raton Community for almost two decades, Baronoff also serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Boca Raton Regional Hospital and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton.  Baronoff continues to serve as five-time chair of the annual Rotary Club of Boca Raton Opal Awards recognizing community leaders and which benefits students that are in need of financial assistance. 

 Baronoff also has served as a two-term President of Woodfield Country Club and is a past board member of the Centre for the Arts, and Palm Beach County Health Facilities Authority.  He recently was appointed by the President of the University of South Florida in Tampa to serve on the Foundation Board of his alma mater.

 Baronoff was named a “Pillar” of the Boca Raton community by the League for Educational Awareness of the Holocaust, and was selected as the Boy Scouts of America- Gulfstream Council’s “Distinguished Citizen” honoree and inducted into the Boy Scouts Court of Honor. 

 Peter is married to Carmel. They have four children ages 27, 24, 24, and 20.



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