8 hospital, health system CEOs exiting their roles

Between Jan. 9 and Jan. 18, eight hospital and health system CEOs announced departures. 

The following CEO exits have been reported by Becker's in the past several days: 

1. Stan Holm is stepping down as president and CEO of Olathe (Kan.) Health since it has become part of the University of Kansas Health System, based in Kansas City. Jason Hannagan, Olathe Health's chief ambulatory/legal officer, will serve as interim CEO. 

2. Tony Keene is no longer CEO of Kirksville, Mo.-based Northeast Regional Medical Center. Dwayne Blaylock was named interim CEO. 

3. Dustin Greene is exiting his role as CEO of HCA's TriStar Skyline Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. He has accepted a role as CEO of Henderson, Texas-based QuickVisit Urgent Care. Mark Miller will take over as CEO of the hospital.

4. Mike Murrill is stepping down as president and CEO of AdventHealth's Redmond, Ga., hospital and its Southeast region, which oversees hospitals in Georgia, Kentucky and North Carolina. Moving forward, separate CEOs will be named to AdventHealth Redmond and the Southeast region.

5. Gary Horan will retire as president and CEO of Elizabeth, N.J.-based Trinitas Regional Medical Center, part of West Orange, N.J.-based RWJBarnabas Health. He served more than 20 years with the hospital.

6. Kevin Manemann is leaving his role as CEO of Renton, Wash.-based Providence's South division. He has accepted a new position with Duarte, Calif.-based City of Hope.

7. Kevin Slavin will retire as president and CEO of Paterson, N.J.-based St. Joseph's Health at the end of 2023. He spent nine years in the role.

8. Scott Boston, MD, has resigned as president and CEO of Jacksonville (Ill.) Memorial Hospital. Trevor Huffman, the hospital's director of ambulatory services, was named the new CEO. 


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