LEON medical CENTERS Careers
Originally from Matanzas, Cuba, Katia Vivancos joined the Leon Medical Centers family in 1998 and has enjoyed a successful trajectory during her tenure at the company having started as a front desk receptionist and evolving into her current post as Administrator for the company’s Westchester Center.
Shortly after high school, Katia Vivancos joined Yema Home Health Care in Miami, Florida where she was charged with managing day-to-day company operations. There she gained valuable industry insight that helped determine her professional calling.
She attended Miami-Dade College where she earned her degree in health services administration.
Katia Vivancos came to Leon Medical Centers to fulfill her goal of helping others and join a company dedicated to delivering its promises, a principle she is committed to. Right at home at LMC she quickly earned various promotions at the company.
In her current position, Katia Vivancos is responsible for overseeing the Westchester Center’s daily operations and ensuring a positive environment for both patients and employees. She greets patients regularly and tends to their needs, resolving any issues that may arise through the course of the day and is on-hand to guarantee that patients receive the care they require in the most efficient way possible.
Katia Vivancos lives in Miami with her husband and three children.
A six-degree black belt in Judo and member of the International Judo Federation, Hector Estevez infuses his position as Administrator of Leon Medical Centers’ East Hialeah Center with discipline, respect, and humility.
An industry veteran, Hector joined Leon Medical Centers in February 2009. Previously he was an Executive Business Manager at Merck and Co., a pharmaceutical company where he held numerous leadership positions during his 20-year tenure.
As Administrator, Hector starts his day early and is dedicated to making sure each patient receives a Service of Excellence that is, in his words, “the León way.”
He is most inspired by the institution’s mission and spends time with patients on a daily basis always putting their needs first.
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