University of Maryland Capital Region Health CEO to depart next year

Cheverly, Md.-based University of Maryland Capital Region Health President and CEO Neil J. Moore is stepping down, effective June 2018. He will end a 13-year career with the health system.

In a statement, Mr. Moore said he is "inspired to chart my continued path in pursuit of new challenges and opportunities."

Mr. Moore assumed his current roles in 2012. During his tenure, the health system affiliated with Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical System. Mr. Moore also spearheaded the groundbreaking for the new University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center in Largo, Md.

Until Mr. Moore steps down, he will work with the leadership teams at UM Capital Region and UMMS on strategic planning and key initiatives. UMMS will convene a search committee and engage a search firm to identify a replacement.

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