9 women making moves in healthcare

The following leadership moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker's this year:

Editor's note: This live webpage was updated April 11 and will continue to be updated. View moves by women in healthcare for 2023 here.

April 5-11

1. Andrea Burch, BSN, RN, was named president of Intermountain Health's Lutheran Medical Center in Wheat Ridge, Colo.

2. Kim Ruscher, MD, was named chief medical officer of PeaceHealth's Oregon network.

3. Lynn Krutak, CFO of Johnson City, Tenn.-based Ballad Health, will retire June 30. Shane Hilton was tapped as her replacement.

4. Roshanda Thomas resigned as CEO of Memorial Medical Center in Port Lavaca, Texas. Erin Clevenger — the hospital's chief nursing officer and clinical services administrator — was appointed interim CEO.

5. Amy Russell, MSN, was named chief nursing officer of St. David's North Austin Medical Center in Texas.

6. Rolla Sweis, PharmD, was named president and CEO of Chicago-based La Rabida Children's Hospital.

7. Sara Gattie was selected as the next chief risk officer for Renton, Wash.-based Providence. 

8. Karen Keady, PhD, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

9. Jennifer Mendrzyck was selected as the next CEO of Tucson, Ariz.-based TMC Health.

March 29 to April 4

1. Stephanie Schnittger was named CFO of Annapolis, Md.-based Luminis Health.

2. Patti Consolver was named vice president of front end revenue cycle for St. Louis-based Ascension.

3. Roxie Cannon Wells, MD, was named chief physician executive officer for patient experience at Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health.

4. Katie Dickens was named chief digital and information officer of Lexington, Ky.-based UK HealthCare.

5. Crystal Landry, RN, has decided to step down as CEO of Lincoln, Maine-based Penobscot Valley Hospital.

6. Meghan McCord-Zaro, RN, BSN, was named vice president of quality, patient safety and risk management for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton in Hamilton Township, N.J.

7. Jodi Mohr was named CEO of Merrick Medical Center in Central City, Neb., a subsidiary of Bryan Health. 

8. Christina Geis, RN, was appointed chief nurse executive for Kaiser Permanente's Antioch (Calif.) Medical Center.

9. Lorrie Liang was named senior vice president for Marietta, Ga.-based Wellstar Health System, and president of Wellstar Kennestone Regional Medical Center and Wellstar Windy Hill.

10. Jeanne McKerrigan was named CFO of Scottsbluff, Neb.-based Regional West Health Services.

11. Connette Gill, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Central Carolina Hospital in Sanford, N.C.

12. Diana Richardson, president of Boston-based Tufts Medical Center, is exiting her role. Phil Okala, COO of Tufts Medicine, was selected as interim president of Tufts Medical Center. 

13. Amy Carrier is no longer president and CEO of Lynchburg, Va.-based Centra Health. Richard Tugman — president and CEO of Piedmont Community Health Plan, a Centra subsidiary — will helm Centra on an interim basis

March 22-28

1. Megan Remark was named COO of the HealthPartners care group. HealthPartners is based in Bloomington, Minn.

2. Jennifer Brown was named chief legal officer and senior vice president at St. Louis-based Mercy.

3. Sarah Young, MD, was named chief medical officer of Lenoir, N.C.-based UNC Health Caldwell.

4. Deborah Gordon was named executive vice president and chief legal officer of Cleveland Clinic.

5. Fiona Felton, DNP, RN, was selected as the inaugural Claire Baldwin endowed vice president of patient care services at Bryn Mawr (Pa.) Hospital. 

6. Heather Aaron was named CEO of Washington, D.C.-based Whitman-Walker Health System.

7. Melida Akiti was named corporate transformation executive at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health.

8. Lisa Morina was named senior vice president and chief philanthropy officer of the Cooper Foundation, Camden, N.J.-based Cooper University Health Care's arm for philanthropy and community outreach and development. 

9. Marie Crandall, MD, was named chair of the surgery department at Cleveland-based MetroHealth System.

10. Ashley Holmstrom, DNP, was named chief nursing officer of San Antonio-based Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan.

11. Stephanie Clements, BSN, RN, was named vice president and chief nursing officer of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City.

March 15-21

1. Mary Ellen Wells was selected as the next CEO of Litchfield, Minn.-based Meeker Memorial Hospital and Clinics.

2. Kim Williams was named CFO of HCA Florida Lake City Hospital.

3. Staci Thompson was named president and CEO of Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Bassett Healthcare Network.

4. Kemberly Blackledge, DSc, was named chief revenue cycle officer at Nashville (Tenn.) General Hospital.

5. Alice Galstian was named CFO for philanthropy in Renton, Wash.-based Providence's South division.

6. Tammy Cobb was named CFO of Fayetteville, Tenn.-based HH Lincoln Health.

7. Debbie Bloomfield, PhD, plans to retire as CFO of Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health at the end of 2024.

8. Gina Calder was named president of Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare's Central region. 

9. Pamela Murphy, MD, was named chief medical officer for Middletown, N.Y.-based Garnet Health. 

10. Lisa Wood, MSN, RN, was named director of nursing for surgical services at Peace Harbor Medical Center in Florence, Ore.

11. Maia Healy was named CFO of Washington, D.C.-based George Washington University Hospital.

March 8-14

1. Jenna Merlucci was selected to serve as vice president of heart and vascular services at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health.

2. Heather Veltre, DNP, RN, was named CNO of Atlantic Health System's Overlook Medical Center in Summit, N.J.

3. Mary Pawlikowski, president of Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital and Vanderbilt Behavioral Health in Nashville, Tenn., will retire at the end of the fiscal year. 

4. Alice Pope was named executive vice president and CFO of Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health.

5. Kelly Vaughn will serve as CNO at Omaha-based Nebraska Medicine. 

6. Sue Nuss, PhD, is taking on a new role of clinical workforce development officer for Nebraska Medicine and assistant vice chancellor at 718-bed University of Nebraska Medical Center. 

7. Julie Lazure is promoted to vice president – nurse executive at Nebraska Medicine.

8. Tiffany Joekel is promoted to vice president of government affairs at Nebraska Medicine.

9. Donna Cice was promoted to oversee New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health's business leader services and was named its vice president and enterprise HR officer.

10. Kate Veenstra, DNP, MSN, RN, was named CNO of University of Michigan Health-West.

11. Jacqueline Saito, MD, was named chief quality and safety officer, and vice president of medical affairs, at Washington, D.C.-based Children's National Hospital.

12. Hollie Seeley, RN, was named CEO of Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento (Calif.).

13. Peggy Norton-Rosko, DNP, RN, was named chief nurse executive for the University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore.

14. Monique Butler, MD, was named president of graduate medical education at Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare. 

15. Eulanie Lashley was named president and CEO of Texas Health Hospital Mansfield, a joint venture of Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth and Arlington-based Texas Health Resources.

16. Jan Fisher is retiring as president of UPMC Altoona and UPMC Bedford, both in Pennsylvania.

17. Dolly Matteucci is retiring from the helm of Oregon State Hospital — a two-campus, 703-bed psychiatric facility based in Salem. 

18. Tiffany Wiggins, MD, was named vice president and chief health equity officer at University of Maryland Medical System.

19. Rachel Harris, BSN, RN, will become executive vice president and CNO of Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Erlanger Health System.

20. Mary Kane, BSN, RN, was selected as the inaugural chief nursing informatics officer for Atlanta-based Piedmont. 

21. Brandi Stewart, BSN, RN, was named CNO of Baptist Health-Fort Smith (Ark.) and Baptist Health-Van Buren (Ark.).

22. Cheryl Harless, DNP, RN, was selected as the new chief nursing officer for Fresno, Calif.-based Saint Agnes Medical Center.

23. Gina O'Brien, MD, was named chief medical officer of Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, N.H.

24. Jalana McCasland was named vice president of ambulatory services at Richmond, Va.-based VCU Health.

25. Melanie Sleime was named assistant vice president of human resources at Statesville, N.C.-based Iredell Health System.

March 1-7

1. Cherie Smith, PhD, RN, was named president of OhioHealth's Dublin Methodist Hospital and Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware.

2. Jackie Josing was named vice president of middle revenue cycle at New Orleans-based LCMC Health.

3. Sherita Golden, MD, stepped down as vice president and chief diversity officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine. 

4. Robin Baldauf, MSN, RN, has been named chief nursing officer of Bon Secours Hampton Roads in Chesapeake, Va.

5. Kirsten Ferren, MSN, RN, was named vice president of patient care services at Lincoln City, Ore.-based Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

6. Rhonda McCabe was named CEO of Nacogdoches (Texas) Memorial Hospital.

7. Sara Brokaw, MSN, RN, was named president of Bellevue (Ohio) Hospital in addition to her current role as chief nursing officer. 

8. Meghan Aldrich, DNP, was named president of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Sisters of Charity Hospital and its Cheektowaga, N.Y.-based St. Joseph Campus.

9. Lauren Geddes Wirth, MD, was selected to serve as interim president and CEO of Dartmouth Health's New London (N.H.) Hospital.

10. Amber Sims was appointed executive vice president and chief strategy and growth officer at St. Louis-based Ascension.

11. Michelle Kohler, PhD, will be promoted to executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Ascension.

12. Lucy Hedari was named CFO of Medical City Decatur (Texas).

13. Margaret Fontana was named CFO of Memorial Hospital of Carbon County in Rawlins, Wyo. 

14. Tracy Roman was named CEO of Memorial Medical Center in Modesto, Calif. 

15. Julia Faller, DO, was appointed chief medical officer of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

16. Jenny Romero, MD, was named chief of head and neck/plastic and reconstructive surgery and general medical oncology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center..

Feb. 23-29

1. Donna Antenucci, BSN, RN, was named vice president of population health operations at Newark, Del.-based ChristianaCare.

2. Maureen Bischoff was named vice president of operations at Providence, R.I.-based Women and Infants Hospital.

3. Vera Hall, MSN, was named COO of Covington, Ky.-based St. Elizabeth Healthcare.

4. Leah Klinke was named executive vice president of revenue operations at Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health.

5. Leslie Marsh was dismissed from her role as CEO of Lexington (Neb.) Regional Health Center.

6. Barbara Martin, BSN, RN, was appointed president of Ascension Saint Joseph-Joliet (Ill.).

7. Ann Marie Swindler, BSN, was named vice president of risk management at Clearwater, Fla.-based BayCare Health.

8. Susan Huang, MD, was named chief executive for the Providence Clinical Network, part of Renton, Wash.-based Providence. 

9. Dawn Hutchinson, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton (N.J.). 

10. Mika Taylor was named chief of financial planning and analysis at Los Angeles-based Keck Medicine of USC.

11. Kerin Da Cruz, MSN, RN, was named senior vice president and chief nursing officer of UF Health Jacksonville (Fla.).

12. Denene Prophet-Williams, BSN, was selected to serve as the next vice president and chief nursing officer at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle.

13. Michelle Dixon, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Mountain Laurel Medical Center in Oakland, Md. 

14. Alice Tang, DO, was named chief medical officer of Reston (Va.) Hospital Center.

Feb. 16-22

1. Colleen Thielk, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla. 

2. Emily Mastaler is leaving her role as CEO of River Hospital in Alexandria Bay, N.Y.

3. Lynda Markoe was named chief people officer of West Orange, N.J.-based RWJBarnabas Health.

4. Stacy Harberson was named COO of Howard Memorial Hospital in Nashville, Ark.

5. Marley Koons was named CEO of Kearny County Hospital in Lakin, Kan. 

6. Beth Wild, president of Pittsburgh-based UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, will assume full leadership of the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center network.

7. Emily Sexton, MSN, RN, was named CEO of West Bloomfield, Mich.-based Henry Ford Behavioral Health Hospital.

8. Pamela Sutton-Wallace was promoted to president of Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health.

9. Monica Reed, MD, was named president and CEO of UChicago Medicine AdventHealth.

10. Janelle Padgett was named CFO of Warrenton, Va.-based Fauquier Health.

11. Toni Maxwell, MSN, ADN, was named chief nursing officer of of Warrenton, Va.-based Fauquier Health.

12. Kathleen Charbonnier, MSN, RN, was named as the new chief nursing executive for Boston-based Mass Eye and Ear, a specialty hospital that is part of Mass General Brigham.

13. Crystal Farmer, MSN, RN, was selected to serve as both COO and chief nursing officer of Fishersville, Va.-based Augusta Health.

14. Janice Murphy, MSN, plans to retire as president and CEO of Cleveland-based Sisters of Charity Health System. 

15. Stephanie Calcasola, MSN, RN, vice president of quality and safety at Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare was promoted to chief quality officer.

Feb. 9-15

1. Claudia Emami, MD, was named associate chief medical officer of Savannah, Ga.-based Memorial Health.

2. Katherine Heilpern, MD, was named president of Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital.

3. Erickajoy Daniels is stepping down as vice president and chief diversity officer for Charlotte, N.C.-based Advocate Health's Midwest region. 

4. Sherie Hickman is retiring as CEO of Sutter Delta Medical Center in Antioch, Calif. 

5. Jenifer Madore was named vice president of nursing and patient services at Rumford (Maine) Hospital. 

6. Cindy Bo was named senior vice president and chief strategy officer at Boston Medical Center Health System.

7. Jesse Souweine was selected as senior vice president and chief transformation officer at Boston Medical Center Health System.

8. Joy Brown was named senior vice president and chief digital information officer at Boston Medical Center Health System.

9. Rachel Felix was promoted to the newly created role of senior vice president and chief marketing and growth officer at Boston Medical Center Health System. 

10. Deborah Weymouth was named president of Los Angeles-based Prospect Medical Holdings' Connecticut operations, including Waterbury (Conn.) Health. 

11. Jeanne Lackamp, MD, was selected to lead behavioral health efforts at Cleveland-based University Hospitals.

12. Tracy Berry retired as vice president and chief revenue officer of St. Louis-based BJC HealthCare.

13. Alison Santore was named chief administrative officer of Renton, Wash.-based Providence.

14. Lynnette Clinton was named senior vice president and CIO of Knoxville-based University of Tennessee Medical Center.

15. Corenza Townsend was named chief administrative officer of Norton West Louisville (Ky.) Hospital, which is expected to open in November.

16. Abra Sickles was named director of community partnerships at Norton West Louisville Hospital.

17. Brittne Martin, was named director of patient experience at Norton West Louisville Hospital.

18. Julie Leonard was named CFO of Libby, Mont.-based Cabinet Peaks Medical Center.

Feb. 3-Feb.8

1. Christine Lechliter, BSN, was named chief nursing officer and vice president of patient care services at UPMC Western Maryland in Cumberland.

2. Jessica Melton was promoted to system vice president of strategic initiatives for Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Health System.

3. Katrina Lambrecht was named chief administrative officer at Madison, Wis.-based UW Health.

4. Tammy Jones, PhD, RN, is now chief nursing officer of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Health in Little Rock. 

5. Elizabeth Withers, MD, was named chief medical officer of Good Samaritan Hospital in Lafayette, Colo. 

6. Allison Guste, BSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of University Medical Center New Orleans. Ms. Guste will serve in this role and also as LCMC Health vice president of nursing and clinical services.

7. Rosemary Sheehan was named chief people officer of Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare.

8. Paula Baker is retiring from the helm of Joplin, Mo.-based Freeman Health System.

9. Karen Lu, MD, was named executive vice president and physician-in-chief at Tampa, Fla.-based Moffitt Cancer Center.

10. Jennifer Ambs was appointed CFO of Orange City, Fla.-based AdventHealth Fish Memorial. 

Jan. 26-Feb. 2

1. Betty Daniels, MD, was selected to serve a two-year term as medical staff president at Dignity Health-Community Hospital of San Bernardino (Calif.).

2. Madhu Behera, PhD, was named the inaugural chief research informatics officer of Emory Healthcare and Emory University, both based in Atlanta. 

3. Sridevi Donepudi, MD, was named chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus in Topeka.

4. Carol Burrell plans to retire as president and CEO of Gainesville-based Northeast Georgia Health System. 

5. Eva Lowry Yore was named vice president of finance at Spencer (Iowa) Hospital.

6. Heather Havericak was named COO of Delray Medical Center in Delray Beach, Fla.

7. Chessie Mooney was named vice president of business development at Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Parkridge Health System.

8. Liza Kind Cooper was named vice president for strategy at Englewood (N.J.) Health.

9. Theresa Rutherford, MSN, RN, president and CEO of HSHS St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur, Ill., plans to retire from HSHS this spring. 

10. Nakesha Lopez was named chief people and culture officer of Charlotte, N.C.-based Advocate Health.

11. Claudia Felberg, MD, was elected president of the medical staff at White Plains (N.Y.) Hospital.

12. Puneet Freibott, DNP, RN, was selected as the inaugural chief nursing officer of Cambridge, Mass.-based Beth Israel Lahey Health.

13. Melanie Belt, MD, was selected to serve as chief OB-GYN officer at the new Texas Children's campus in North Austin.

14. Shellie Josephs, MD, was selected to serve as chief of radiology at the new Texas Children's campus in North Austin.

15. LyTorre Vidaurri, MD, was selected as chief of anesthesiology at the new Texas Children's campus in North Austin.

16. Aundrea Styles, RN, is the new CEO of Granite City, Ill.-based Gateway Regional Medical Center.

17. Michelle Waller, MSN, RN, was named chief clinical and operations officer of Gateway Regional Medical Center.

18. Aimee Monrotus, MSN, RN, was named chief quality officer of Gateway Regional Medical Center.

19. Elizabeth Rosenthal was named chief compliance officer of Gateway Regional Medical Center.

20. Mary Casillas was selected as the permanent CEO of Hollister, Calif.-based Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital.

21. Diane Juliano, DNP, RN, was named regional chief nursing officer at Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health.

22. Gladys Molina-Morin, MSN, RN, will succeed Ms. Juliano as associate chief nursing officer at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital in Sewell, N.J.

23. Valerie Nerenberg, MSN, RN, was named vice president of operations at Jefferson Stratford (N.J.) Hospital, in addition to her current role as the hospital's associate chief nursing officer. 

24. Jenny Breunig was named vice president of operations at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital.

25. Kathy Bailey, RN, plans to retire as CEO of Morganton, N.C.-based UNC Health Blue Ridge in June.

26. Caren Weakley was named senior vice president and general counsel for Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health.

27. Kim Crickmore, vice president of Greenville, N.C.-based Maynard Children's Hospital, women's service lines and community health programs, is retiring Feb. 26.

Jan. 19-25

1. Kerri Anne Scanlon, RN, was promoted to an expanded role as executive director of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health's Glen Cove (N.Y.) Hospital, Plainview (N.Y.) Hospital and Syosset (N.Y.) Hospital.

2. Tracy Frank was named CFO of Community Memorial Hospital in Hamilton, N.Y.

3. Diane Scardino was named chief administrative officer of Norton Children's Hospital and Norton Children’s Medical Center, both in Louisville, Ky.

4. Amy Trainor, BSN, RN, was named CIO and senior vice president of New Orleans-based Ochsner Health.

5. Erin Edwards was named vice president of project management at Chapel Hill, N.C.-based UNC Health, where she will co-lead efforts dedicated to planning and eventually opening the new freestanding North Carolina Children's Hospital.

6. Megan Bonney is the new president of CHI St. Vincent North in Sherwood, Ark. 

7. Nitu Kashyap, MD, was named chief health informatics officer of Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare.

8. Jennifer Holmes, MSN, RN, was appointed director of risk management and patient safety at Statesville, N.C.-based Iredell Health System. 

9. Carla Chandler was named vice president and market CFO for Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger.

10. Kristin Higgins, MD, was named chief clinical officer of City of Hope Cancer Center Atlanta.

11. Mackenzie Clyburn was promoted to vice president of hospital operations at Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock (Ark.).

12. Patti VanDort was named CEO of Holland (Mich.) Hospital.

13. Monica Smith, MSN, RN, resigned as COO of Columbia, Mo.-based Boone Health. 

14. Heather Cave, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Rock Regional Hospital in Derby, Kan. 

15. LaDonna Johnston, RN, was named interim president and CEO of Searcy, Ark.-based Unity Health.

Jan. 12-18

1. Shannon Black was selected as CEO of Manning (Iowa) Regional Healthcare Center, an affiliate of Des Moines, Iowa-based MercyOne.

2. Kathy Hill was named CFO of Troy (Ala.) Regional Medical Center.

3. Mary Breslin-Rodriguez, BSN, was named chief quality officer of Johnson City, Tenn.-based Ballad Health.

4. Cassie Lewis, DNP, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Bon Secours' Richmond, Va., market.

5. Angel McCullough, DNP, RN, was named chief nursing officer of St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pa., and Nazareth Hospital in Philadelphia.

6. Gurvinder Kaur, MD, was selected as the next president and market leader at Fresno, Calif.-based Saint Agnes Medical Center.

7. Megan Johnson, BSN, was named president of Spanish Fork (Utah) Hospital.

8. Lisa Johnson, DNP, RN, was named chief quality officer of USC Arcadia (Calif.) Hospital.

9. Colleen Wilcoxen, RN, MSN, was named permanent chief nursing officer of USC Arcadia Hospital.

10. Melissa Russo was selected as division vice president of HCA Midwest Physicians Services Group.

11. Jennifer Shilling was named government relations manager for the state of Wisconsin representing Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic.

12. Eleze Armstrong was named CEO of Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton, Calif.

13. Kathy Marble, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Lansing, Mich.-based E.W. Sparrow Hospital.

14. Cindy Peterson was named executive vice president of ambulatory care at Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan.

15. Kristin Myers was selected as the inaugural chief digital officer of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health.

Jan. 5-11

1. Anita Chandrasena, MD, was named chief medical officer of Greenbrae, Calif.-based MarinHealth.

2. Natalie Mussi, CEO of HCA's Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Calif., is leaving her post for a new opportunity with the for-profit hospital operator.

3. Mary Brobst, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Gulfport, Miss.-based Memorial Health System.

4. Catherine Hamilton, MSN, RN, was chosen to lead two Missouri hospitals: Chillicothe-based Hedrick Medical Center and Trenton-based Wright Memorial Hospital.

5. Suzanne Tammaro was selected as the inaugural chief marketing officer of Teaneck, N.J.-based Holy Name.

6. Emily Oken, MD, is the new president of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute and chair of its population medicine department at Boston-based Harvard Medical School. 

7. Nancy Bisco-Flora, BSN, RN, is retiring as chief nursing officer of Newark, N.J.-based Saint Michael's Medical Center.

8. Emily Dilley was named CEO of Cumberland (Wis.) Healthcare.

9. Breanda Goralski was named vice president of applications at Clearwater, Fla.-based BayCare Health.

10. Kristen Sutton, MSN, RN, was selected as the next chief nursing officer of AdventHealth Palm Coast and AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway, both in Palm Coast, Fla.

11. Carrie Carls, DNP, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Jacksonville (Ill.) Memorial Hospital. 

12. Marilu Madrigal, MD, was named chief medical officer of HCA Florida Mercy Hospital in Miami.

13. Traci Nordberg was selected as senior vice president of people services at Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Health.

14. Suzanne Tammaro will serve as chief marketing officer of Holy Name, a health system in Teaneck, N.J.

15. Cynthia Ziegler is Holy Name's new vice president of revenue cycle management. 

16. Denee Wolf was named vice president of revenue cycle at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery.

17. Abha Agrawal, MD, joined Lawrence (Mass.) General Hospital as president and CEO.

18. Michelle Fortune, BSN, RN, was named service line president of surgery and gastroenterology at St. Louis-based Mercy.

19. Dawn Martin was named service line president of women and children at Mercy.

20. Deb Anderson was named CIO of Evanston, Ill.-based Endeavor Health. 

21. Cathy Sumner, MSN, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Aiken (S.C.) Regional Medical Center.

22. Janice Walker, DHA, RN, was named chief nursing officer of Charlotte, N.C.-based Advocate Health's Southeast Region.

23. Tracey Schiro was named executive vice president and chief people and culture officer of Ochsner Health.

24. Deborah Grimes, RN, JD, MSHQS, was promoted to senior vice president and chief diversity officer of Ochsner Health.

25. Tiffany Murdock, BSN, MSN, PhD, was promoted to senior vice president and chief nursing officer of Ochsner Health.

26. Aimee Quirk was promoted to senior vice president and chief corporate development officer of Ochsner Health and will continue as CEO of Ochsner Ventures. 

27. Shelley Sullivan Tynan was promoted to senior vice president and chief legal officer of Ochsner Health.

28. Kimyatta Washington was named vice president and chief administrative officer of cancer services for UChicago Medicine.

29. Melissa Emerson, BSN, RN, was named COO of Boynton Beach, Fla.-based Bethesda Hospital. 

30. Allison "Allie" Wyler was named president of the Advocate Health Care Central Chicagoland area and Park Ridge, Ill.-based Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. 

Jan. 2-4

1. Julie Hudgens, PharmD, was named assistant COO of Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

2. Margaret Carroll, RN, stepped down as chief nursing officer at Ascension Saint Joseph-Joliet (Ill.).

3. Maria Paige was promoted to director of hospital billing at Valdosta, Ga.-based SGMC Health.

4. Rebecca Sesler will now serve as chief marketing and communications officer for St. Louis-based BJC Health System, which will now serve two regions.

5. Vickie Magurean was named CFO of HCA Florida Kendall Hospital, a 447-bed facility in Tamiami.

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