Category Archive: Hospital Executive Moves

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital names Sherron Rogers CFO

Sherron Rogers has been named St. Petersburg, Fla.-based John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital’s new CFO. 

7 recent hospital, health system CEO moves

The following hospital and health system CEO moves have been reported since Aug. 3: 

Piedmont Walton taps Dr. Steven Durocher as new chief medical officer

Monroe, Ga.-based Piedmont Walton Hospital has named emergency medicine physician Steven Durocher, MD, chief medical officer. He is the acting chief of staff at the hospital. 

Centura Health promotes 2 leaders

Centennial, Colo.-based Centura Health has named two physicians to leadership positions, including the health system’s first chief transformation officer.

Orlando Health names Howard Brown CFO of South Central Region

Howard Brown has been named Orlando (Fla.) Health South Central Region’s new CFO.

Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center taps Christine Frost as new chief nursing officer

Christine Frost, MSN, RN, was appointed chief nursing officer at Annapolis, Md.-based Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center, the same hospital where she began her career as a nurse.. 

Meritus Health taps Melissa McHugh Short as chief nursing officer 

Hagerstown, Md.-based Meritus Medical Center appointed Melissa McHugh Short, RN, to serve as chief nursing officer, it shared in an email with Becker’s Aug. 8. Her appointment is effective immediately.

El Camino Health names new chief operating officer

Mountain View, Calif.-based El Camino Health appointed Meenesh Bhimani, MD, as its new chief operating officer, according to a press release sent to Becker’s. His role goes into effect Aug. 8.

University Hospitals appoints chief physician executive

Cleveland-based University Hospitals appointed Scott Sasser, MD,  chief physician executive and president, effective Aug. 1.

OSF HealthCare names central region CEO

Bob Anderson was appointed CEO of Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare’s central region, effective Sept. 1.

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