Marc D. Miller

President and CEO of Universal Health Services, Inc.

Marc MillerMarc D. Miller is President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE: UHS). Mr. Miller was named CEO in January 2021, succeeding Founder Alan B. Miller, who remains Executive Chairman of the Board.

Marc Miller served as President since 2009. He is a member of the UHS Board of Directors, serving on the Executive Committee and the Finance Committee. Mr. Miller began his career at UHS in 1995 and over the years has held various positions of increasing responsibility at hospitals and the Corporate office.

Prior to assuming executive leadership roles at the Company’s Corporate Headquarters in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Mr. Miller served as Chief Operating Officer at Wellington Regional Medical Center in Florida, and Assistant Administrator of The George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. He also served as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Central Montgomery Medical Center in Pennsylvania.

Among Mr. Miller’s regional and divisional management roles, he served as Group Director responsible for the Company’s Acute Care operations in Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Florida; Eastern Region Vice President of the Acute Care Division; Senior Vice President and Co-head of the UHS Acute Care Division; and President of the Acute Care Division.

Mr. Miller is also a member of the Board of Directors of Universal Health Realty Income Trust (NYSE: UHT), a real estate investment trust that has investments in 65 properties located in 20 states. For 2021, Mr. Miller was selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Federation of American Hospitals (FAH). Additionally, he has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Premier since 2015.

Mr. Miller holds a Master of Business Administration degree in Healthcare from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Vermont.

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At UHS, we are strong, growing and competitively positioned. As we plan for the future, our most important priorities include continued delivery of high-quality patient care, growing our business to serve more patients, and maintaining our reputation as an industry leader.

Marc D. Miller
President and CEO


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Marc D. Miller recently visited with the Rancho Springs Medical Center team and signed their Vision Tree, which symbolizes employee commitment to the hospital's mission, vision and values.

Marc Miller at Rancho Springs Medical Center

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UHS 2020 Year In Review

In a year like no other, 2020 tested our resolve, but in the end, our UHS team of #HealthcareHeroes prevailed. We focus on one goal, together — providing superior care to the patients we are privileged to serve. #ThisIsUHS
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Corporate Social Responsibility at UHS

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40 Years of Impact

UHS celebrates 40 years of providing superior quality care.
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New York Stock Exchange Welcomes UHS

Universal Health Services (NYSE: UHS) celebrates their 40th anniversary of founding at the NY Stock Exchange.
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A Company of Heroes

Whether a nurse, doctor, therapist, technician, admissions staff, pharmacist, dietician, administrator or any number of other roles at a hospital, behavioral health facility, ambulatory care center or the corporate office, all UHS employees are important in the fight against COVID-19. They all make an impact — and they all are Healthcare Heroes.
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Marc Miller & participants at Step Beyond Celiac
Marc Miller with Step Beyond Celiac participant

An active supporter of “Step Beyond Celiac,” Marc led Team UHS in supporting awareness and research funding for Celiac disease and treatments.
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Marc and team during the UHS Holiday party.

Marc participates in the annual UHS Golf Tournament, which raises funds for the UHS Foundation, a 501(c)(3) providing assistance to UHS employees impacted by natural disasters or public health emergencies.