• Eugene Woods joins Johnson & Johnson board

    The chief executive of one of the nation's largest health systems has been named to Johnson & Johnson's board of directors.
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  • Louisiana hospital chief retires following board ouster

    Vincent Cataldo has retired from his role as administrator of Prevost Memorial Hospital, the Donaldsonville, La.-based hospital that saw its entire board replaced Nov. 21, The Advocate reported. 
  • Executives depart Missouri hospital amid merger

    A Missouri hospital is making several leadership changes ahead of its integration with Columbia, Mo.-based University of Missouri Health Care at the start of 2024. 
  • 5 CFO hires in November

    Advocate Health and Lifepoint Health are among five health systems that made CFO hires in November, as reported by Becker's:
  • Guthrie names system COO to hospital helm

    The Sayre, Pa.-based Guthrie Clinic has named Paul VerValin, its executive vice president and enterprise chief operating officer, to a dual role as president of its Corning (N.Y.) Hospital. 
  • COO of Tennessee hospital gives resignation days after CEO

    Cory Everett has resigned from his position as COO of Maryville, Tenn.-based Blount Memorial Hospital, effective Dec. 12, a hospital spokesperson confirmed to Becker's.
  • MaineHealth names regional president

    Britt Crewse was selected to serve as regional president at Portland-based MaineHealth. 
  • Kansas system names CEO

    SCK Health, based in Arkansas City, Kan., has named Leonard Hernandez its next CEO, the Courier Traveler reported Nov. 30. 
  • 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.

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