36 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. East Orange (N.J.) General Hospital selected Paige Dworak to serve as permanent CEO.

2. University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque appointed Michael Chicarelli, DNP, RN, interim CEO.

3. Kahuku (Hawaii) Medical Center CEO Stephany Nihipali Vaioleti is departing in October.

4. Tom Mars, RN, MSN, vice president of patient care and CNO at West Virginia University Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg, will retire Sep. 30.

5. Methuen and Haverhill, Mass.-based Holy Family Hospital hired Christine M. Basil, MSN, RN, as vice president and chief nursing officer.

6. Debra Flores, president of Sentara CarePlex Hospital in Hampton, Va., will wrap up her 30-year career with Norfolk, Va.-based Sentara Healthcare Oct. 6.

7. Rochester (N.Y.) Regional Health selected Tara L. Gellasch, MD, to serve as CMO of United Memorial Medical Center in Batavia, N.Y.

8. Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala., named Drew Mason CEO.

9. Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill, S.C., hired Mark Nosacka to lead as its new CEO, effective Oct. 16.

10. UC San Francisco Health promoted Sheila Antrum, RN, BSN, to senior vice president and COO.

11. San Angelo (Texas) Community Medical Center appointed Buddy Daniels CEO.

12. Conyers, Ga.-based Rockdale Medical Center, part of Atlanta-based Piedmont Healthcare, selected Richard Tanzella to serve as CEO.

13. Mary Ann Barnes, RN, president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals Hawaii Region, retired Sept. 8.

14. Chesapeake (Va.) Regional Healthcare selected Amber Egyud, DNP, RN, as its COO and chief nursing officer and Raymond McCue, MD, as CMO.

15. Osage Beach, Mo.-based Lake Regional Health System appointed Melissa Hunter, MSN, RN, senior vice president of clinical services and chief nursing officer.

16. Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City tapped David Argueta to serve as chief administrative officer.

17. Waycross, Ga.-based Memorial Satilla Health selected Bobby McCullough to serve as CEO and Mark Roberts as COO.

18. San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital in Banning, Calif., named Steven Barron interim CEO.

19. South Bend, Ind.-based Beacon Health System CEO Phil Newbold is stepping down, effective Nov. 1.

20. Charlotte, N.C.-based Carolinas HealthCare System tapped Anthony DeFurio to serve as executive vice president and CFO, effective in October.

21. Edward Dzielak, DO, retired as CEO of Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton, Pa., after serving the organization for 38 years.

22. Robert Honeycutt will serve as CEO of Ennis (Texas) Regional Medical Center and Parkview Regional Hospital in Mexia, Texas, both part of Brentwood, Tenn.-based LifePoint Health.

23. Osage Beach, Mo.-based Lake Regional Health System named Dane W. Henry CEO.

24. Buffalo, N.Y.-based Catholic Health Joseph D. McDonald announced his plans to retire in early 2018.

25. Phoenix-based Banner Health selected Margo Karsten to serve as Western Division president, effective Jan. 1, 2018.

26. Austin-based University of Texas System's board of regents finalized the appointment of Peter Pisters, MD, as Houston-based UT MD Anderson Cancer Center president.

27. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services named Lori Shibinette CEO of Concord-based New Hampshire Hospital, effective Oct. 20.

28. El Segundo, Calif.-based Avanti Hospitals tapped Gerald Clute as CEO of East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital.

29. Edward Herrman, BSN, will assume the president and CEO roles at Hays (Kan.) Medical Center.

30. NYC Health + Hospitals appointed William A. Brown CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island in Brooklyn, N.Y.

31. Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, Mich., selected Mark Smith, MD, to serve as senior vice president, medical affairs and CMO.

32. South Boston, Va.-based Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital President Chris A. Lumsden will retire, effective March 31, 2018.

33. Montrose (Colo.) Memorial Hospital appointed Cindy Bradley interim CEO, effective Sept. 19.

34. Falls Church, Va.-based Inova CEO J. Knox Singleton, 69, revealed plans to retire, effective July 1, 2018.

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