Keeping Up

November 1, 2022

Carter

Spivey

Arnold

Gilhooly

Mudd

Cordasco

 

PRESIDENTS AND CEOS
Trinity Health of Livonia, Michigan has made these changes: Montez Carter to president and chief executive of Trinity Health Of New England, from president and chief executive of St. Mary's Health Care System of Athens, Georgia. Carter succeeds Dr. Reginald J. Eadie, who accepted an appointment as senior vice president of physician enterprise development for Trinity Health. David Spivey to interim president of St. Mary's Health Care System. He was president of Trinity Health St. Mary Mercy Livonia and senior vice president of community health and well-being for Trinity Health Michigan. Shannon Striebich is interim president of St. Mary Mercy Livonia and continues as president of Trinity Health Oakland and senior vice president of operations for Trinity Health Michigan.

Dr. Rick Thompson to president of CHI Health Nebraska Heart in Lincoln. The facility is part of CommonSpirit Health.

ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES
Dr. Michele Arnold to vice president and chief medical officer of St. Mary's Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colorado. St. Mary's is part of Intermountain Healthcare's SCL Health.

Peter Gilhooly to executive director of information services and chief information officer of St. Mary's Healthcare of Amsterdam, New York.

Mike Mudd to chief operations officer for Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas of Rogers, Arkansas.

Brian Cordasco to vice president of hospital and clinic operations for Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, part of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System.

GRANT
Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based Avera will receive $1 million per year for four years through the Rural Maternity and Obstetrics Management Strategies Program of the Health Resources and Services Administration. The grant aims to help increase access to obstetrics services and reduce the incidence of preterm labor, low birthweight babies and infant mortality in rural eastern South Dakota and surrounding tribal communities where there are significant barriers to obstetrics services and related care access. Avera will implement remote patient monitoring and telehealth and will coordinate between medical and social service aspects of obstetrics care.

Sioux Falls' Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center will collaborate on this work with health care facilities in Aberdeen, Mitchell, Pierre and Yankton, South Dakota. This grant program pairs with the previously awarded Health Resources and Services Administration's OB Primary Care Training and Enhancement – Community Prevention and Maternal Health Grant. That $2.3 million grant, which runs through June 2026, is for recruiting and retaining medical providers in rural locations and supporting them with obstetrics training.

 

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