Phil Marshall, President and Chief Executive Officer, provides strategic leadership and overall management for the organization that assures adherence to the end-of-life care philosophy which includes palliative and hospice care, supportive and advanced illness care to complement the goals and objectives of Hosparus Health, Inc. as determined by its Board of Directors. Hosparus Health, Inc. is now in the top 25 largest non-profit hospice organizations in the nation by number of patients served and has a focused vision to be the leader in aging care innovation. The overall mission of Hosparus Health is “Improving the Quality of Life” for our patients and families.
Prior to joining Hosparus Health, Inc. in 2006, Phil served as Executive Director/VP of the Norton Healthcare Foundation, Chief Administrative Officer and then Chief Executive Officer at The Healing Place in Louisville. Before shifting his career toward non-profit endeavors, he held lending/executive positions with US Bank in Cincinnati, National City Bank in Cleveland and several other Kentucky banking institutions, including being Executive Vice President of Jefferson Banking Company.
Phil is Past Chair (2011-2012) of the Bluegrass Chapter of the Young Presidents Organization International. Marshall has served on the executive committee of the board for the Kentucky Association of Hospice and Palliative Care, President (2016-2017), Vice-President (2014-2016), Secretary (2012-2013) and Treasurer (2010-2011) In addition, Phil serves on the Executive Committee of the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council and is chair (and has served as Vice-Chair) of Knowledge Networking for the Health Enterprises Network Board of Directors, which is part of Greater Louisville, Inc. (GLI). Recognized as one of America’s sought after leaders, and valued contributor within the non-profit hospice industry, he joined the National Partnership for Hospice Innovation (NPHI)--formerly the National Hospice Work Group--in 2012 as one of 9 founding national board members and is currently serving as NPHI’s National Board Chair for through 2020.
He has a bachelor of business administration from the University of Michigan and a master of business administration from the Indiana University.