• New Mexico hospital taps new CFO

    Silver City, N.M.-based Gila Regional Medical Center has named William Ermann CFO, the Silver City Daily Press reported Dec. 22. 
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    Teaneck, N.J.-based Holy Name Medical Center has named Cynthia Ziegler vice president of revenue cycle management, according to a post on her LinkedIn page. 
  • Confluence Health taps chief medical officer

    Wenatchee, Wash.-based Confluence Health has appointed James Murray, MD, permanent chief medical officer. 
  • UAB Health taps chief physician executive

    Cheri Canon, MD, has been named as the next president of the University of Alabama Health Services Foundation and chief physician executive of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System.
  • Ohio health system CEO to retire

    Lorraine Lutton, president and CEO of Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio, will retire in April 2024 after four years at the helm of the four-hospital system. 
  • 27 executive, physician leader appointments at Vanderbilt

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center comprises seven adult and children's hospitals in the Southeast, with the health system recording more 3 million patient visits a year.
  • Indiana hospital names 1st physician CEO

    James Leonard, DO, was selected as the new CEO of Valparaiso, Ind.-based Northwest Health-Porter.
  • Hawaii health system taps CEO

    Honolulu-based St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii has named Kathleen Morimoto president and CEO, Hawaii Catholic Herald reported Dec. 20. 
  • Allina Health names dual hospital president

    Allina Health has tapped Whitney Johnson, RN, to be president of Owatonna (Minn.) Hospital and Faribault (Minn.) Medical Center. 
  • 13 of the 40 largest health systems named new CFOs in 2023

    Thirteen of the 40 largest health systems by number of hospitals named new CFOs or announced succession plans in 2023: 
  • Alabama hospital names CEO

    Gadsden (Ala.) Regional Medical Center has named Mark Dooley its next CEO, effective Jan. 29. 
  • University of Rochester Medical Center names CEO

    David Linehan, MD, was named CEO of the University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medical Center, dean of the School of Medicine and Dentistry, and senior vice president for health sciences, effective Feb. 1.
  • Illinois hospital CEO exits

    Alex Nazarian is no longer president and CEO of Salem (Ill.) Township Hospital. 
  • Vanderbilt names hospital president

    Lee Ann Liska, chief operating officer and interim president of Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Hospital, has been selected to serve as the hospital's president.
  • Duke LifePoint hospital names CFO

    Haywood Regional Medical Center in Clyde, N.C., has named Amanda Pruitt Motley its next CFO. 
  • 35 CFO resignations in 2023

    This year has been a challenging one for hospital and health system CFOs, many of whom were tasked with finding ways to reduce costs and increase revenue to get their organizations' operating margins back to a stronger financial footing. Since January, Becker's has reported on 35 CFOs who resigned or announced plans to step down:
  • California hospital taps CEO after string of interim leaders

    John C. Fremont Healthcare District in Mariposa, Calif., has selected a CEO after a turbulent year in the C-suite. 
  • Tenet hospital names COO, CFO

    Fountain Valley (Calif.) Regional Hospital has appointed two executives to its leadership team.
  • Tennessee HCA hospital taps CFO

    Smyrna, Tenn.-based TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center has named Steve Gray CFO, according to a hospital news release posted Dec. 18 by WGNS News.
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    Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare has named Tina Haskins Smith as its new senior vice president and chief information officer.

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