Keeping Up

July 1, 2011


Catholic Health Partners, Cincinnati, has created two divisions from four and made the following changes: John Starcher to division chief executive, North Division, from division chief executive, Southern/Eastern Division; James E. May to division chief executive Central/Senior Health & Housing Services Division, from president and chief executive, Mercy Health Partners-Southwest Region;Steven L. Mickus to president of CHP's health care operations. He continues as CHP's chief operating officer. He was formerly chief executive of its Northern Division; Jane Durney Crowley to CHP executive vice president, clinical integration and business development; Samantha Platzke to CHP senior vice president, operations and systems effectiveness; and Donald Kline to chief financial officer of the North Division.

Steven N. Little to president and chief executive, Agnesian HealthCare, Fond du Lac, Wis., effective Jan. 1, from executive vice president. Little will replace Robert A. Fale, who is retiring Feb. 1.

Thomas A. Clark to president and chief executive, Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, Mitchell, S.D., from chief executive, Bluffton Regional Medical Center, Bluffton, Ind.


The foundation of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, Mishawaka, Ind., received $100,722 from the University of Notre Dame's women's basketball team. The donation will be used for cancer awareness and the cancer-fighting initiatives offered by the hospital.


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