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    Gainesville-based Northeast Georgia Health System has appointed a new chief medical officer, chief nursing executive, administrator for Northeast Georgia Medical Center Barrow and vice president of Georgia Heart Institute. 
  • Washington hospital names CFO

    Tonasket, Wash.-based North Valley Hospital named Matthew Matthiessen its new CFO, the Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune reported Aug. 28. 
  • New Texas hospital taps CEO

    San Antonio-based Methodist Healthcare named Megan Amalakuhan the first CEO of its new Westover Hills hospital. 
  • Trident Medical Center promotes leader to chief nursing officer

    Jenn Freund, MSN, RN, has been appointed as the chief nursing officer for Trident Medical Center in North Charleston, S.C., according to an Aug. 21 news release.
  • Missouri health system names CEO

    Hayti, Mo.-based Pemiscot Memorial Health Systems has named Joanie White-Wagoner CEO. 
  • PeaceHealth hospital names chief medical officer

    PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center in Longview, Wash., has named Nandita Gupta, MD, chief medical officer. She joined the hospital Aug. 28. 
  • ProMedica hospital rehires past president amid sale

    As ProMedica Coldwater (Mich.) Regional Hospital navigates a new deal, it has brought a familiar face back on board for guidance. 
  • OhioHealth names president of 2 hospitals

    Vinson Yates, president of OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital and OhioHealth Shelby Hospital, will retire, effective Oct. 1, and Curt Gingrich, MD, president of OhioHealth Marion General Hospital, will succeed him. 
  • Tennessee hospital names CEO

    Buffy Key, who has served as Cookeville (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center's interim CEO since March, was promoted to the permanent position. 
  • Ohio hospital taps CEO

    Clinton Memorial Hospital, a 141-bed facility in Wilmington, Ohio, has named Tom Daskalakis its next CEO. 
  • MemorialCare names VP of quality and safety, HR leader at 2 hospitals

    MemorialCare has named a vice president of quality and safety and a vice president of human resources for two of its hospitals in California: Long Beach Medical Center and Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach. 
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  • Kansas hospital replaces interim CEO

    Hutchinson (Kan.) Regional Healthcare System has a new interim CEO. 
  • Stormont Vail Health taps chief experience officer

    Page Bachman has been named senior vice president and chief experience officer of Topeka, Kan.-based Stormont Vail Health, effective Oct. 1. 
  • UCSF taps 1st chief counsel

    University of California San Francisco has appointed Rachel Nosowsky as the first chief counsel for UCSF Health to advise the expanding health system and lead a team of attorneys to support its health priorities. 
  • Kansas hospital CEO starts new job after board scuffle

    Last September, Ben Quinton resigned as CEO of William Newton Hospital in Winfield, Kan., after a bout of administrative leave. Now, he has a new role.
  • McLaren creates chief of women's health role

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