CEO Dr. Ann Errichetti: Leading St. Peter's Hospital Through to the Future
Dr. Errichetti is a board-certified cardiologist and is the first physician to lead the hospital in its history.
Prior to joining St. Peter's Health Partners, Dr. Errichetti served as president of Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Ill., and as chief academic officer of Oak Brook, Ill.-based Advocate Health Care. During her time at Advocate Condell, Dr. Errichetti led the hospital through multiple firsts: It established the first Level 1 trauma center and dedicated pediatric emergency room in its county, and became the first hospital in its county to be accredited as an acute chest pain center, among many other accomplishments.
Dr. Errichetti took the position at St. Peter's in 2012 because she was attracted to its vision of the future of healthcare. "I [was] drawn to this position because of the vision of St. Peter's Health Partners for the future of healthcare in the Albany region," she said in a news release. "Some organizations wait for the future to happen and then react. St. Peter's Health Care Services, Northeast Health and Seton Health took the proactive step of coming together to create a new future for healthcare delivery." St. Peter's Health Partners was formed in October 2011 by the merger of Northeast Health, Seton Health and St. Peter's Health Care Services.
In 2012, Becker's Hospital Review recognized Dr. Errichetti for her excellence in healthcare leadership by naming her on its list of 300 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.
Dr. Errichetti earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston and her MBA from Clark University in Worcester, Mass.
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