• CEO leaves Broward Health Medical Center

    Heather Havericak is no longer CEO of Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
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  • New York hospital CEO retires; physician named to helm

    Richard Margulis has retired from his role as president and CEO of Patchogue, N.Y.-based Long Island Community Hospital after 41 years with the organization, Newsday reported July 4. 
  • VCU Health names CHRO

    Richmond, Va.-based VCU Health has appointed John Petrov chief human resources officer, effective Aug. 20. 
  • McLaren hospital names CFO

    McLaren Macomb, part of Grand Blanc, Mich.-based McLaren Health Care, has named Steve Snyder CFO, effective June 19. 
  • Merit Health hospital names CEO

    Merit Health Natchez (Miss.) has named Kevin Samrow its next CEO, effective July 31, according to The Natchez Democrat. 
  • Illinois hospital names CEO

    Rochelle (Ill.) Community Hospital has tapped Karen Tracy, RN, as its next CEO, effective July 1. 
  • Indiana hospital taps CEO

    Perry Gay is the new CEO of Lutheran Downtown Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind., according to local news station WANE. 
  • 72 CFO moves this year, sorted by state

    Following is a list of 72 CFO moves at hospitals and health systems this year, broken down by state. 
  • Where have all the hospital CEOs gone?

    CEOs are leaving hospitals and health systems in record numbers. In January, their exits hit a four-year high; by May, departures were up 70 percent from the same time period of 2022.  
  • 10 CEO exits in June

    Eighty hospital CEOs exited in the first five months of 2023, according to a June report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas. And that number continues to climb — Becker's reported 10 retirements, resignations and firings this month. 
  • University of Maryland Medical System CFO steps down; interim named

    Michelle Lee, CFO of Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical System, has stepped down from the position. 
  • Roswell Park cancer center names chief nursing officer

    Buffalo, N.Y.-based Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center promoted Andrew Storer, PhD, DNP, RN, to chief nursing officer, senior vice president of patient care services and associate professor of oncology.
  • CommonSpirit names chief philanthropy officer

    Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health has promoted Nancy Bussani to executive vice president and chief philanthropy officer, as well as president of the CommonSpirit Health Foundation.
  • Hospital president departs Novant Health

    Shelbourn Stevens is no longer with Novant Health, the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based health system confirmed to Becker's.
  • Premier Health names dual hospital president, COO

    Chad Whelan, MD, will soon become president and chief operating officer of Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, the first person to hold the dual role in the hospital's history. 
  • MaineHealth names interim hospital president

    Jill Berry Bowen, MSN, RN, has been named interim president of North Conway, N.H.-based Memorial Hospital, a member of MaineHealth. 
  • Mass General Brigham names inaugural infection control chief

    Erica Shenoy, MD, PhD, has been named Mass General Brighams's inaugural chief of infection control, the Somerville, Mass.-based system said June 28. She was also recently appointed to a federal committee to advise on the nation's infection control strategy.
  • U of Tennessee Medical Center CEO to retire; successor named

    The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville has tapped Keith Gray, MD, as its next president and CEO. 
  • HCA makes 6 hospital, division executive changes

    HCA Healthcare, a for-profit hospital operator based in Nashville, Tenn., made leadership changes at several of its hospitals and divisions in recent weeks.
  • Mississippi hospital CEO turnover on track for highest-ever year

    Mississippi's hospital CEO turnover might hit a record high this year, Mississippi Media reported June 28. 

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