• New York hospital CEO ousted

    The board that oversees Nassau University Medical Center, a 530-bed tertiary care teaching hospital in East Meadow, N.Y., ousted Anthony Boutin, MD, as the hospital's president and CEO, Newsday reported.
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  • Northwell names 1st chief digital officer

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health is getting its first chief digital officer. 
  • 4 recent hospital revenue cycle VP hires

    Becker's has reported on four hospitals and health systems, including HonorHealth, that have made revenue cycle vice president hires since Dec. 21:
  • Texas hospital CEO leaves for UChicago role

    Kenneth Rose, president and CEO of Texas Health Hospital Mansfield, is leaving his post for a new opportunity at another AdventHealth-affiliated hospital, Texas Health Hospital Mansfield shared in a LinkedIn post on Jan. 11.
  • California hospital's chief medical officer resigns

    Robert Pretzlaff, MD, has resigned from his role as vice president and chief medical officer of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in Valencia, Calif., according to a Jan. 11 report from The Santa Clarita Valley Signal.
  • 20 recent hospital, health system executive retirements

    The following hospital and health system executive retirements have been shared with or reported by Becker's since the beginning of the year:
  • Tennessee hospital CEO retires

    Thomas Kidd, CEO of Macon Community Hospital in Lafayette, Tenn., was honored with a retirement celebration Jan. 5, according to the Macon County Chronicle.
  • MarinHealth names new chief medical officer

    Anita Chandrasena, MD, started as chief medical officer of Greenbrae, Calif.-based MarinHealth on Jan. 2.
  • HCA hospital CEO to exit for VP role

    Natalie Mussi, the longtime CEO of HCA's Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Calif., is leaving her post for a new opportunity with the for-profit hospital operator, the Ventura County Star reported Jan. 11.
  • Memorial Health System names chief nursing officer

    Gulfport, Miss.-based Memorial Health System has tapped Mary Brobst, MSN, RN, to become its next chief nursing officer, the system announced Jan. 11.
  • New York system names CEO

    Donald Morrish, MD, was named CEO of New York City-based Episcopal Health Services.
  • Missouri system names dual-hospital administrator

    Kansas City, Mo.-based Saint Luke's Health System has tapped Catherine Hamilton, MSN, RN, to lead two Missouri hospitals. 
  • UF Health names VP of finance

    Gainesville, Fla.-based UF Health has named Kent Bailey vice president of finance, according to a post on his LinkedIn page. 
  • Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center names new digital chief

    George T. 'Buddy' Hickman has been appointed the new chief digital and information officer at Buffalo, N.Y.-based Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
  • Holy Name hires 1st marketing chief

    Teaneck, N.J.-based Holy Name has named its first chief marketing officer, NJBiz reported Jan. 11.
  • Avera hospital taps CEO

    O'Neill, Neb.-based Avera St. Anthony's Hospital has named John Kozyra its next CEO, effective Jan. 29.
  • Harvard population health institute names president

    Emily Oken, MD, is the new president of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute and chair of its population medicine department at Boston-based Harvard Medical School. 
  • UF Health names new marketing chief

    Gainesville-based University of Florida Health has a new marketing leader.
  • UnityPoint's chief clinical officer to join UCHealth

    Aurora Colo.-based UCHealth has appointed David Williams, MD, as president and CEO of its medical group, effective Feb. 5.
  • New Jersey chief nursing officer retires after 50 years

    Chief Nursing Officer Nancy Bisco-Flora, BSN, RN, is retiring after nearly 50 years at Newark, N.J.-based Saint Michael's Medical Center, TapintoNewark reported Jan. 10.

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