Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's chief diversity officer resigns

Joseph B. Hill, chief diversity officer of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, is stepping down at the end of September, according to The Philadelphia Tribune.

Mr. Hill is leaving for Atlanta, where he will pursue new professional opportunities, according to a statement obtained by the Tribune. He became chief diversity officer of the hospital in February 2015.

During his tenure, he helped launch the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity and helped establish Thomas Jefferson University's certificate for leadership in healthcare diversity.

Mr. Hill previously worked at Milwaukee-based Froedtert Health, the clinical arm of the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he developed a diversity and inclusion program. He was also managing director of diversity and inclusion at the American Cancer Society.

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