16 latest hospital, health system CEO moves


Becker's Hospital Review reported the following hospital and health system CEO moves in the last week.

They are listed below, in alphabetical order.

1. Albuquerque-based University of New Mexico Hospital named Kathleen Becker CEO, effective July 15.

2. Merit Health Natchez (Miss.) selected Lance Boyd to serve as CEO, effective June 18.

3. Carson City, Nev.-based Carson Tahoe Health CEO Ed Epperson is retiring at the end of 2018.

4. Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark., named Curren Everett CEO, effective July 5.

5. Boca Raton (Fla.) Regional Hospital President and CEO Jerry Fedele, who previously announced plans to retire in August, will stay on as chief of the 400-bed hospital for another year.

6. Hocking Valley Community Hospital in Logan, Ohio, named Stacey Gabriel, BSN, RN, president and CEO, effective June 1.

7. Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg, N.Y., named Charles Gijanto interim CEO.

8. Lockport, N.Y.-based Eastern Niagara Hospital CEO Clare Haar is leaving, following the organization's decision to affiliate with Buffalo, N.Y.-based Kaleida Health.

9. SolutionHealth, a recently formed organization through the combination of Manchester, N.H.-based Elliot Health System and Nashua, N.H.-based Southern New Hampshire Health, named Sherry Hausmann president and CEO.

10. UnityPoint Health-Des Moines (Iowa) selected Jennifer Havens, RN, to serve as CEO of Grinnell (Iowa) Regional Medical Center, effective July 30.

11. The Greenwood (Miss.) Leflore Hospital's board voted to remove CEO Jim Jackson from his role.

12. Longmont (Colo.) United Hospital tapped Christina Johnson, MD, to serve as CEO, effective May 14.

13. Las Cruces, N.M.-based MountainView Regional Medical Center CEO Denten Park is resigning.

14. Evergreen Park, Ill.-based Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers CEO Dennis Reilly will retire July 1.

15. Munson Healthcare Grayling (Mich.) Hospital President and CEO Stephanie Riemer is retiring at the end of August.

16. Maryland Heights, Mo.-based Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital CEO Lauri Tanner resigned after the hospital board discovered she violated the hospital's paid time off policy.


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