FORT WAYNE - Lutheran Hospital of Fort Wayne has hired a new chief executive officer.  Brady Dubois is currently serving as president of Mosaic Life Care Medical Centers in Missouri, a position he's held for about three years.

He worked his way up in the healthcare business, starting as a recreational therapist at a health system in Texas.

Lutheran Health System says Dubois served as a Medical Service Corps officer for the U.S. Navy from 2000 to 2007.

“Brady’s experience and leadership style are the perfect fit for Lutheran Hospital and I’m confident that he will work with the team to take our flagship to the next level, with a focus on quality, safety and the patient experience,” said Mark Medley, regional president and chief executive officer, Lutheran Health Network.

LHN says during his tenure in Missouri, Dubois successfully maintained a CMS 5-star designation and 100 Best Hospital status, along with improvement to a 50 Best Hospitals in America as recognized by Healthgrades.

Dubois begins his new job at Lutheran starting December 4.