Apollo Medical Holdings Inc. has appointed Eric Chin as chief financial officer. He will succeed the current CFO, Mihir Shah, effective July 1.
In an announcement released Wednesday, the Glendale-based population health management company, which operates with the name ApolloMed, also said it would eliminate the role of president. The duties of the position will be passed to co-chief executives Dr. Warren Hosseinion and Dr. Thomas Lam, the company said in a statement. Sitting President Gary Augusta will remain with Apollo on its board of directors.
Chin has served as chief financial officer of Apollo subsidiary Network Medical Management Inc. since March of this year. He previously was controller and head of finance for the real estate division of Public Storage Inc., also based in Glendale. From 2011 to 2015, he was assistant vice president for the financial reporting division of Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. in Pasadena.
Shares of ApolloMed (AMEH) fell 27 cents, or about 2 percent, on Thursday to close at $14.27 on the Nasdaq.