About

EMBAMark Behl is a professional in the healthcare industry in San Diego, California. He currently serves as a Chief Operating Officer, Clinical Practice Organization for the #1 rated  Healthcare organization in San Diego, CA, UC San Diego Health.

Mark entered the healthcare industry after his daughter spent her first 30 days of life in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).  As Mark tells it, “I saw flaws in the healthcare system that left an indelible mark on my terrifying experience as the parent of a patient. I knew after we took her home that I wanted to fix things, to make them better for other people in similar situations.  Thus began a relentless journey to make the healthcare system better, more patient-centered.  I have a picture of my daughter in my office to help remind me of the reasons I started on this journey, and to help guide my path forward throughout my career.”

Today, the focus is on being innovative and working with some of the best and brightest in the healthcare industry at UC San Diego Health. UC San Diego Health has been ranked the #1 health care system in San Diego six years in a row.

Why choose UC San Diego Health? 

When it comes to your health care, quality matters. So when Healthgrades awarded UC San Diego Health its Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence four years in a row — placing us among the top 5 percent of U.S. hospitals in delivering superior care based on clinical outcomes — we were thrilled for our patients. This distinction proudly reflects upon our dedicated physician, nursing and research staffs. As does being named the #1 health care system in San Diego in 2016-17, and 6th in all of California, by U.S. News & World Report.

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