Cardiovascular Logistics Names New Chief Development Officer

Cardiovascular Logistics (CVL), national cardiology platform of Cardiovascular Institute of the South (CIS), has named Steven Collins as chief development officer to develop business and integrate and grow acquisitions effectively and organically.

Collins has more than 20 years of experience in leading growth for healthcare organizations. During his career, he has completed more than 275 closed transactions with an aggregate enterprise value of more than $6.5B. His background involves collaborating with executive leadership in the development of strategic growth plans and priorities, leading to consistent achievement of growth targets and goals. 

Prior to joining CVL, he served as chief development officer for Sevita, headquartered in Boston, Mass., where he led all business development functions and was responsible for growing high-quality operations predominantly through acquisition. He also worked for Mednax where he led its growth program and completed more than 200 acquisition transactions with an aggregate enterprise value of $4.5B. 

Collins holds a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu, Cal., and a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Astronomy from University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. 

“My first principle is to continue the CVL mission to provide the highest-quality cardiovascular care available across the country,” said Collins. “As one of the premier platforms for cardiovascular care, CVL is extremely well positioned to grow and create value for its providers, patients, referring physicians, hospital partners, and payors.”

He added, “I look forward to building upon the culture and vision of the experienced management team and physicians that have built CVL into a quality platform.”