Keeping Up

February 15, 2016





Sr. Mennor




Travis Capers to president of SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis, from chief executive of Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans.

Larry Schumacher to chief executive of CHI Memorial of Chattanooga, Tenn., from system chief operating officer for Hospital Sisters Health System of Springfield, Ill.

Tom VanOsdol to chief operating officer of clinically integrated systems of care for St. Vincent's HealthCare in Jacksonville, Fla., from president of the St. Vincent Anderson Northeast Region in Anderson, Ind.


PeaceHealth of Vancouver, Wash., has made these changes: Nancy Steiger to president of hospital services for the PeaceHealth Columbia Network, which includes PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, and PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center in Longview, Wash. Dr. Mark Adams to chief medical officer for PeaceHealth.

Pittsburgh Mercy of Pittsburgh has made these changes: Eric Barley to chief financial officer; and William Connolly to mission director.

St. Joseph's Healthcare System of Paterson, N.J., has made these changes: Terry Pearl to vice president of development and chief development officer; and Sr. Patricia Mennor, SC, to vice president of mission.

Kevin Manemann to chief executive of St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare of Irvine, Calif., a physician practice management organization. He succeeds C.R. Burke, who retired.

Phyllis Doulaveris to chief nurse executive and system quality officer for Mercy Health of Cincinnati.

Maggie Fowler to system vice president, chief nursing officer – hospital operations for SSM Health of St. Louis.

Dr. Stephanie Mayfield Gibson to vice president of population health for KentuckyOne Health of Louisville, Ky., and chief medical officer for KentuckyOne Health Partners, an accountable care organization formed by KentuckyOne.

Kathy Harren to regional chief nursing officer for Providence Health & Services of Southern California, Los Angeles.

Dr. Mark Selna to senior vice president, care integration and continuity, Centura Health, Englewood, Colo.

Sr. Dolores Lahr, CSJ, to director of mission integration for Saint Mary's Health System of Waterbury, Conn.

Trudi McKenna to executive director, finance and administration, at Saint Francis HealthCare Partners, Hartford, Conn.


The foundation of Kenmore Mercy Hospital of Kenmore, N.Y., has received a $2.3 million bequest from a grateful patient. The foundation board and hospital have yet to determine how they will use the unrestricted donation from local resident John M. Repetski, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, and a retired chief metallurgist with General Motors. The gift is the largest individual donation that Kenmore Mercy has ever received.

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has reported that it invested $1.3 million in grants and outreach from June 2014 through November 2015. The foundation said the investments help improve the lives of impoverished families, women and children. The funds also help reduce the infant mortality rate in Cleveland.

McAuley Ministries, Pittsburgh Mercy's grant-making foundation, has awarded $522,000 in grants to 12 Pittsburgh nonprofit organizations. The grants will support affordable housing, workforce development, education, health and wellness, community and economic development.

Bon Secours Baltimore Health System has received a $250,000 gift from Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Jenkins that will fund the Center for Sight & Vision at Bon Secours. The center will be located in the former St. Martin's Church building in West Baltimore.


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For reprint permission, contact Betty Crosby or call (314) 253-3490.