Steve Mason

CEO, Medical Segment

Steve Mason is the chief executive officer of the Medical Segment at Cardinal Health -- a global provider of medical products and supply chain services across the health care continuum from hospitals to laboratories, physician offices, surgery centers, and patients in the home.

Mason has more than 20 years of experience in leadership roles across Cardinal Health’s medical and pharmaceutical segments. Previously Mason was president of Cardinal Health at-Home Solutions -- a leading provider of medical supplies. In this role, Mason was responsible for the successful management of serving 3+ million patients in-the-home through two complementary businesses: Edgepark and Cardinal Health at-Home. Prior to that, Steve led the company’s Kinray pharmaceutical distribution business – partnering and servicing 2,800 retail independent customers. Beyond this experience, he has led teams across Consumer Health, Sales Administration, Retail Independent Sales and Retail National Accounts for the company’s Pharmaceutical Distribution business.

Before joining Cardinal Health, Steve held roles in sales at Gambro Healthcare and Ameripath focused on laboratory services for Dermatology and Nephrology specialties.

Mason is passionate about and committed to diversity and inclusion. He is an executive sponsor for Cardinal Health’s Diversity & Inclusion Steering Council, an enterprise organization that aspires to strengthen the success of Cardinal Health by ensuring that all employees bring their best to work every day. Mason also serves as an executive sponsor of the Cardinal Health PROUD Network, an employee resource group supporting LGBTQ+ and Ally employees.

Steve serves on the board of the United Way of Central Ohio and holds a bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University.


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  • CEO, Medical Segment

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