Former Tufts executive picked to lead Lifespan hospitals

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Saul Weingart, MD, PhD, was chosen as president of Rhode Island and Hasbro Children's hospitals, both in Providence, parent company Lifespan said

Dr. Weingart most recently was CMO and senior vice president of medical affairs for Tufts Medical Center and Tufts Children's Hospital in Boston, as well as a professor at Tufts University's medical school. 

He began his new role Feb. 1, taking over for Todd Conklin, Lifespan's COO, who served as acting president for the last two months, company spokesperson Christina O'Reilly told The Boston Globe.

Before joining Tufts, Dr. Weingart was vice president for quality and patient safety at Boston-based Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He is a general internist and former primary care physician.

 

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