• Kansas system names CEO

    SCK Health, based in Arkansas City, Kan., has named Leonard Hernandez its next CEO, the Courier Traveler reported Nov. 30. 
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  • Emory names health system academic chief, medical school dean

    Atlanta-based Emory University has named Sandra Wong, MD, chief academic officer of Emory Healthcare and dean of Emory University School of Medicine. 
  • President steps down at Ascension hospital beset by strikes

    Chris Shride, president of Ascension Saint Joseph-Joliet (Ill.), has resigned from his role — just over a week after nurses at the hospital completed their second strike in three months. 
  • UAMS names dean

    The Little Rock-based University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has selected Steven Webber, MD, to lead as executive vice chancellor and dean of the College of Medicine. 
  • Penn State Health adds new C-suite role

    Hershey, Pa.-based Penn State Health and Penn State College of Medicine have added a new position to their executive board: a chief clinical and academic integration officer.  
  • Duke taps Mass General exec for 3 leadership roles

    Gregory Pauly was selected as group president of acute care services for Duke University Health System; president of Duke University Hospital; and vice dean for clinical and academic Integration at Duke University School of Medicine.
  • A year of C-suite layoffs, streamlining

    Hospital C-suites face tough decisions as they focus on key areas such as quality, growth and strategy to ensure long-term success. These decisions range from service cuts to streamlining leadership structures. 
  • Washington system names CEO

    Ettore Palazzo, MD, was named CEO of Kirkland, Wash.-based EvergreenHealth.
  • New York health system CEO to step down

    Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, N.Y., will undergo a CEO change at year's end as Tommy Ibrahim, MD, exits the top role. 
  • Christus system names COO

    Beaumont-based Christus Southeast Texas Health System has named Kevin Parsley chief operating officer, Beaumont Enterprise reported Nov. 29. 
  • Sutter creates new C-suite role

    Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health has appointed Dana Beckton as its first chief diversity and inclusion officer, effective Jan. 8
  • 12 recent hospital, health system executive retirements

    The following hospital and health system executive retirements have been shared with or reported by Becker's since Oct. 1:
  • Tennessee hospital CEO to resign

    Harold Naramore, MD, CEO of Maryville, Tenn.-based Blount Memorial Hospital, is resigning, effective Jan. 1, a hospital spokesperson confirmed to multiple media outlets.
  • UW Medicine names CEO

    Timothy Dellit, MD, was appointed to lead UW Medicine and the University of Washington School of Medicine, both based in Seattle.
  • Berkshire appoints 4 leaders for hospital

    Pittsfield, Mass.-based Berkshire Health Systems has a newly appointed leadership team for its Berkshire Medical Center North Adams (Mass.) campus.
  • St. Mary's Health Care System taps former HCA exec as chief medical officer

    St. Mary's Health Care System in Athens, Ga., has named Eric Schuck, MD, chief medical officer. 
  • Arkansas hospital names new CFO

    Magnolia (Ark.) Regional Medical Center named Willam Van Noy its new CFO.
  • Florida hospital taps VP of development

    Allison Baker was named vice president of development for Miami-based Nicklaus Children's Health System and president of the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Foundation.
  • NYU Langone replaces cancer center director after predecessor's firing

    NYU Langone Health has named Alec Kimmelman, MD, PhD, director of its Perlmutter Cancer Center after terminating the former director over social media use. 
  • HCA hospital in South Carolina names CEO

    Stephen Chandler was named CEO of Summerville (S.C.) Medical Center, part of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare. 

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