Tanir Ami, CEO of OLE Health, has announced she is stepping out of that role and into a part-time role as CEO of the OLE Health Foundation, effective Nov. 13.
Alicia Hardy, deputy chief executive officer, will become the interim CEO while the board prepares itself to begin the process of a national search.
Ami’s role with the foundation will include ensuring ongoing development work as well as the successful launch next year of OLE’s south Napa campus, a $30 million, three-story, 28,000-square-foot clinic at 300 Hartle Court, near the Century Napa Valley theaters.
“While this decision was certainly a difficult one for me, I felt it was the right time for myself, my family and for OLE Health to move forward with a transition at this time,” she said.
Ami became the CEO of OLE Health in January 2011. Since joining, she has overseen the doubling of the annual budget as well spearheaded the overhaul of several key departments.
Her work at OLE Health includes leading the organizations rebranding efforts and expansion into Solano County as well as establishing partnerships throughout the Valley that ensure the health and wellness for the communities of Napa, St. Helena and Calistoga.
OLE Health is the Napa Valley’s only federally qualified health center, serving 1 in 4 children and 1 in 6 adults. OLE Health sees more than 33,000 patients each year and operates nine different health centers and three satellite sites throughout Napa and Solano counties.