RWJUH names new CEO over New Brunswick, Somerset campuses: 5 things to know

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital has named Michael Antoniades president and CEO to lead its New Brunswick, N.J., and Somerset, N.J., campuses.

Here are five things to know about Mr. Antoniades.

1. He succeeds Stephen K. Jones, who served as president and CEO of the hospital since 2007, and who will soon take over the role of chief academic officer for RWJ's new parent organization — RWJ Barnabas Health.

2. He joined RWJ in January 2011 as vice president of operations and was later promoted to senior vice president of operations in 2013. He was named executive vice president and COO in 2014.

3. During his tenure with RWJ, Mr. Antoniades has provided oversight for multiple clinical and support areas, as well as the strategic direction and development of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital in New Brunswick, cardiovascular services, women's services, ambulatory services and the hospital's transplant programs (cardiac and kidney/pancreas), according to a news release.

4. Before joining RWJ, Mr. Antoniades served in a variety of senior operational roles within community and teaching hospitals in New York and New Jersey.

5. Mr. Antoniades earned a master's degree in public administration from Rutgers University, which has campuses throughout New Jersey, in 2008, and a bachelor's degree in health administration from the University of Phoenix in 2006.


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