Trevor Fetter is president and chief executive officer of Tenet Healthcare Corporation.
Fetter was named to his position in September 2003. He originally joined Tenet in 1995, serving as an executive vice president, chief financial officer and a member of the office of the president. In these roles, he oversaw many of the company’s corporate functions, including finance, law, information systems, human resources, communications and
administration, and was actively involved in strategic initiatives, acquisitions and new ventures.
He left Tenet in February 2000 to serve as chairman and CEO of Broadlane, Inc., a leading provider of hospital cost-management services that was founded by Tenet and several other major health care providers. Fetter returned to Tenet in November 2002 as president and was named acting CEO in May 2003.
Fetter holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.
In addition to serving on Tenet’s board of directors, Fetter also serves as the chairman of the Federation of American Hospitals and is on the boards of The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., the Dallas Citizens Council and the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts. He is an honorary board member of the Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Harvard Business School Healthcare Advisory Board.