15 recent hospital, health system executive retirements

The following hospital and health system executives have announced plans to retire or retired at the end of 2022. 

1. Gary Horan is retiring in April as president and CEO of Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, N.J., part of West Orange, N.J.-based RWJBarnabas Health.

2. Kevin Slavin, president and CEO of Paterson, N.J.-based St. Joseph's Health, will retire at year's end. 

3. Brad Solberg, president of OSF Healthcare Saint James-John W. Albrecht Medical Center in Pontiac, Ill., will retire at the end of March.

4. Don Caruso, MD, president and CEO of Keene, N.H.-based Cheshire Medical Center, will retire in May.

5. Steve Dietlin, CEO of Oceanside, Calif.-based Tri-City Medical Center, plans to retire in March.

6. William Case, CEO of Morehead City, N.C.-based Carteret Health Care, retired Dec. 31.

7. Osbert Blow, MD, PhD, CEO of Corpus Christi, Texas-based Christus Spohn Health System, retired Dec. 30.

8. James Reed, MD, president and CEO of Albany, N.Y.-based St. Peter's Health Partners and Syracuse, N.Y.-based St. Joseph's Health, retired Dec. 31. 

9. Rex Brown, CEO of Hillsboro (Ill.) Area Hospital, retired Dec. 31.

10. Kristie Whitlatch, MSN, retired at the end of the year as president and CEO of King's Daughters Health System in Ashland, Ky.

11. James Dahling, president and CEO of Hampton Roads, Va.-based Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, will retire in 2023.

12. Brian Smith, president and COO of Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health, retired Dec. 31. 

13. Maureen Kahn, president and CEO of Quincy, Ill.-based Blessing Health, will retire in October. 

14. Janelle Raborn, market leader of Albuquerque, N.M.-based Lovelace Health System, retired Dec. 31. 

15. Fred Manchur retired Dec. 31 as CEO of 14-hospital Kettering (Ohio) Health.

 

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