David P. Blom is president and chief executive officer of OhioHealth, a not-for-profit, faith-based, healthcare system in Columbus, Ohio. With 29,000 physicians, associates and volunteers and more than $3.7 billion in net revenue, OhioHealth is devoted to its community mission of improving the health of those it serves.
Mr. Blom holds a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and received his master's degree in Healthcare Administration from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He joined the OhioHealth family of hospitals and health services in 1983 and since then has held progressive management positions and was instrumental in the development and growth of the OhioHealth system. In March 2002, he was named president and CEO of the system. Prior to that, Mr. Blom served as president of OhioHealth's central Ohio hospitals – Riverside Methodist Hospital, Grant Medical Center and Doctors Hospital – while also serving as executive vice president and chief operating officer of OhioHealth.
Mr. Blom maintains many professional and community affiliations, is a board member of for-profit and non-profit organizations, and has led numerous civic development activities. He currently is serving on the boards of Columbus Partnership, Columbus Downtown Development Commission, Columbus Foundation, Vizient, Kimball Midwest, Healthy Roster and was appointed to serve as a member of the Veterans Affairs Commission on Care. He served as the 2018 Franklin County United Way Chair and is also a member of the local World Presidents' Organization (WPO). He resides in Westerville with his wife and has three adult daughters and six grandchildren.