31 latest hospital, health system executive moves

Becker's Hospital Review reported on the following hospital and health system executive moves in the last week. They are listed below, beginning with the most recent.

1. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, a 238-bed nonprofit community hospital and trauma center in Valencia, Calif., named Ted Sirotta senior vice president and CFO.

2. Clarion (Pa.) Hospital appointed Al Taylor interim CEO.

3. Michael Portacci, president of Division II Operations at Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems, will retire on Dec. 1.

4. McPherson (Kan.) Hospital appointed Terri Gehring its permanent president and CEO.

5. Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., appointed Ronald C. Brandenburg II vice president and CFO.

6. Northampton, Mass.-based Cooley Dickinson Health Care appointed Estevan Garcia, MD, CMO.

7. Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., a part of Charleston, S.C.-based HCA South Atlantic, named Cory Darling COO.

8. St. David's North Austin (Texas) Medical Center selected Ryan Charbeneau, MD, to serve as CMO.

9. Bainbridge, Ga.-based Memorial Hospital and Manor, owned and operated by the Hospital Authority of the City of Bainbridge and Decatur County, appointed James M. Lambert CEO, effective Nov. 27.

10. Lawrence-based The University of Kansas and Nashville, Tenn.-based Ardent Health announced a number of leadership transitions at Topeka, Kan.-based St. Francis Health:

•    Mark Gregson will take over as interim CEO.
•    Samuel Moore will serve as CFO.
•    Jim Bancuk will take over as interim practice administrator.
•    President David Setchel will be replaced.

11. Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente tapped Ruth Brinkley to serve as president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals of the Northwest.

12. Niobrara Community Hospital in Lusk, Wyo., named Michelle Skillings, RN, permanent CEO.

13. Welch (W. Va.) Community Hospital selected Mark Simpson, BSN, MSN, to lead as CEO, effective Oct. 28.

14. The Buffalo (N.Y.) Niagara Medical Campus named Sam Marrazzo its first-ever chief innovation officer in September.

15. At the beginning of October, David Tupponce, MD, assumed the president role at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston as well as the executive vice president role at Lewiston-based Central Maine Healthcare, the medical center's parent.

16. Rich Mutarelli, CEO of Heart of Florida Health Center in Ocala, is resigning, effective Nov. 1.

17. Seattle-based UW Medicine named Lisa Brandenburg chief health system officer as well as vice president for medical affairs at the University of Washington.

18. Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare's longtime leader Trevor Fetter stepped down from his role as CEO and resigned as a director of the company Oct. 23.

19. Dover, Del.-based Bayhealth selected Brenda Blain, BSN, MSN, DNP, RN-BC, to serve as senior vice president and chief nurse executive.

20. Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton, Ohio, named Julie Georgoff vice president of finance and CFO.

21. Pueblo, Colo.-based St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center CEO Brian Moore is resigning, effective Nov. 10.

22. Holyoke (Mass.) Medical Center made CFO Michael Koziol's appointment permanent.

23. Louisville, Ky.-based Baptist Health selected Gerard Colman to serve as CEO, effective Dec. 4.

24. Portland-based Oregon Health & Science University President Joe Robertson, MD, plans to retire Oct. 31.

25. HSHS St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield, Ill., tapped Kevin G. Seely president and CEO, effective Dec. 3.

26. Doug Crabtree, CEO of Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls, is retiring, effective Dec. 31.

27. Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University selected Elias Neujahr to serve as the first CEO of Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU, effective Dec. 3.

28. Wythe County Community Hospital in Wytheville, Va., named Joe Wilkins CEO, effective Nov. 13.

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