Keeping Up

October 1, 2017
Fulco
Fulco
Norell
Norell
Spadoni
Spadoni
Hammett
Hammett
Rogers
Rogers
Crockett
Crockett
Lucius
Lucius
 

PRESIDENTS/CEOS
Organizations within Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health have made these changes: Mark Fulco to president of Mercy Medical Center of Springfield, Mass., effective Oct. 9. He was system vice president for health ministries and system office communication interface for Trinity. And, Gary Allore to president of Mercy Health Muskegon of Muskegon, Mich., from regional chief financial officer for Mercy Health West Michigan. He succeeds Greg Loomis, who retired.

ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES
Trinity Health and one of its subsidiaries have made these changes: Dr. Mouhanad Hammami to senior vice president, safety net transformation, community benefit, health and well-being for Trinity Health. Dr. Joseph W. Spinale to chief medical officer of St. Joseph's Health of Syracuse, N.Y.

Brett Norell to vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity Sponsored Ministries of Manitowoc, Wis., effective Dec. 1.

Reynold G. Spadoni to senior vice president, mission integration for Covenant Health of Tewksbury, Mass.

Vancouver, Wash.-based PeaceHealth and a subsidiary have made these changes: Peter D. Ricoy to system vice president of organizational integrity at PeaceHealth; Erin Gerner to chief financial officer of PeaceHealth Medical Group; and Jason Hawkins to chief administrative officer for PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center in Florence, Ore.

Organizations within Catholic Health Initiatives of Englewood, Colo., have made these changes: Troy Hammett to senior vice president and chief financial officer for Catholic Health Initiatives' southeast division, based in Chattanooga, Tenn. He will continue as chief financial officer of CHI Memorial hospital in Chattanooga. Dr. Shelly Rogers to medical staff president of Saint Joseph Mount Sterling in Mount Sterling, Ky.

Facilities within Mercy of Chesterfield, Mo., have made these changes: Dr. Chad Smith to vice president of medical affairs for Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City; and Sr. Catherine Darcy, RSM, to director of mission integration at Mercy Hospital Ada of Ada, Okla.

Julie Crockett to president of the Mercy Medical Center Foundation in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Staci Lucius to president of Mercy Health Physicians of Cincinnati.

Jason Markham to chief administrative officer of CHRISTUS Physician Enterprises, which includes CHRISTUS Physician Group and CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic. Markham also will continue as chief administrative officer of CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic.

GRANTS & GIFTS
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance in Torrance, Calif., has received a $20 million gift from Priscilla Hunt and on behalf of the late Donald G. Hunt. It is the largest donation in the facility's history. The funds will support the medical center's Cardiovascular Center of Excellence Campaign, which will invest $35 million in new facilities and technology, and create new patient rooms. The hospital will rename a tower in the Hunts' honor. Donald Hunt founded, owned and was president of the Lawndale, Calif.-based Hunt Enterprises real estate company. Priscilla Hunt is president of that company.

An anonymous donor has made a $5 million gift to a fundraising campaign of Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center of Hartford, Conn. The Hope & Healing Campaign will improve oncology services at Saint Francis, including by expanding a cancer hospital at Saint Francis and a cancer diagnosis and treatment center in Glastonbury, Conn.

The PeaceHealth Southwest Foundation of Vancouver, Wash., has received a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor and a $600,000 gift from the Tod and Maxine McClaskey Foundation to the Campaign for Neurosciences Excellence. That campaign has raised more than $10.5 million since 2014 to help improve neurological care in southwest Washington, including through the renovation and expansion of an inpatient rehabilitation unit at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.

 

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