Keeping Up

February 15, 2021
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PRESIDENT/CEO
Kathleen Healy-Collier to market president for the Acadiana Region of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Facilities within that region are Lafayette, Louisiana-based Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center; Our Lady of Lourdes Women's & Children's; Our Lady of Lourdes Heart Hospital and Lourdes Physician Group. Healy-Collier most recently was chief operating officer of HSHS St. John's Hospital and St. John's Children's Hospital in Springfield, Illinois.

ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES
Dr. John Mohart to senior vice president of clinical services and chief clinical officer of Mercy of Chesterfield, Missouri.

Organizations within Trinity Health of Livonia, Michigan, have made these changes: Mary T. McFadden to chief nursing officer of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. Marisol Wandiga Valentin to executive director of McAuley Ministries, Pittsburgh Mercy's grant-making foundation.

A region within Bon Secours Mercy Health has made these changes: Dr. Stephen Feagins to chief clinical officer of Mercy Health – Cincinnati and Dr. Farzan Irani to vice president of medical affairs for Fairfield Hospital, part of Mercy Health – Cincinnati.

Margaret Brodie to vice president of mission integration for St. Mary's Healthcare of Amsterdam, New York, part of Ascension.

ANNIVERSARY
St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, Chelsea, Michigan, 50 years.

GRANT AND GIFT
An $8 million donation from the Rosalee and Harold Rae Brown Charitable Foundation will support immunotherapy and genomic research at the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California. The gift will help the cancer institute to expand treatment options. The donation will be counted as part of the Power of Partnership Campaign to raise $200 million for Providence Saint John's and its affiliate institutes, including the cancer institute and the Pacific Neuroscience Institute.

St. Joseph Health, Queen of the Valley of Napa, California, has received a grant from the Napa Valley Vintners for an emergency department modernization and expansion project. Half of the Vintners' $500,000 grant was offered as a matching gift challenge. The emergency department project will include construction of a seven-bed fast track unit where clinicians will treat patients with less critical needs, reducing wait times for them, while opening private emergency bays for patients requiring a higher level of care.

 

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