3 Nash UNC Health Care execs to step down

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Rocky Mount, N.C.-based Nash UNC Health Care's CFO David Paugh, CMO Meera Kelley, MD, and Vice President of Quality Services David Gorby, MD, are leaving their roles, according to a Rocky Mount Telegram report.

Mr. Paugh announced Feb. 2 he will be resigning in April. Dr. Kelley is resigning to "pursue other opportunities," while Dr. Gorby is retiring, both in spring of this year.

Mr. Paugh will assist with the upcoming CEO transition and fiscal year budget planning, Nash UNC Health Care's interim CEO Ian Buchanan, MD, said in a statement, according to the report. L. Lee Isley, PhD, is slated to take over as president and CEO of Nash UNC in April.

Dr. Buchanan also added, "As we work through transition planning, we will continue to focus on increasing physician engagement with our organizational priorities of patient satisfaction, quality and safety and financial improvement. We thank Dr. Kelley and Dr. Gorby for their service to Nash. We will miss them personally and professionally, but we will use their departure as an opportunity to bring fresh perspectives and insights to our improvement efforts," according to the Rocky Mount Telegram.

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