He replaces Rone Baldwin, who One Call says left the company earlier this month.
Jacksonville-based One Call on Feb. 4 named Thomas Warsop its CEO.
He replaces Rone Baldwin, who One Call says left the company earlier this month to pursue other opportunities. Baldwin was appointed in January 2019.
Warsop was chairman and CEO of New Jersey-based York Risk Services Group, an insurance third-party administrator, and before that as CEO of Hananui, which provides business transformation, strategic planning and consulting services.
Warsop also served as group president of Fiserv, Inc. and corporate vice president of Electronic Data Systems Corporation. He received his bachelor’s degree in finance from Southern Methodist University.
“One Call is the leader in our industry, an industry I am absolutely passionate about,” Warsop said in a news release. “We help ensure injured workers get the care they need, when they need it. One Call has a talented team, a compelling value proposition, and an extraordinary opportunity to grow and help more people. I am pleased to lead this organization and humbled to work with new associates and clients.”
The appointment follows One Call’s recapitalization process, which made KKR, Blackstone and Chatham Asset Management, LLC principal shareholders of the company.
One Call provides health care solutions for the workers’ compensation industry.
The headquarters of One Call is in the Downtown Southbank’s Eight Forty One building at 841 Prudential Drive. It also has employees across the country.