HOS­PI­TALS, SYS­TEMS

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Uni­ver­sal Health Ser­vices, King of Prus­sia, Pa., hired Marvin

Pem­ber as se­nior VP and named him pres­i­dent of its acute-care divi­sion. Pem­ber, 57, is leav­ing his po­si­tion as CFO of In­di­ana Univer­sity Health, In­di­anapo­lis, on July 29, ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease from IU Health. Pem­ber joined the sys­tem in 1999, when it was known as Clar­ian Health. Pem­ber re­places

Michael Mar­quez; Uni­ver­sal an­nounced in Septem­ber 2010 that Mar­quez was leav­ing the com­pany for per­sonal and fam­ily rea­sons. At the time, Marc

Miller, Uni­ver­sal’s pres­i­dent and son of Uni­ver­sal Chair­man and CEO Alan Miller, took over du­ties as pres­i­dent of the acute-care divi­sion on an in­terim ba­sis. … St. Barn­abas Health Care Sys­tem CEO Ron­ald Del

Mauro plans to re­tire at the end of the year and the board of trustees an­nounced its in­ten­tion to elect Pres­i­dent and COO Barry Ostrowsky as his suc­ces­sor. Del Mauro joined the West Orange, N.J.-based sys­tem as pres­i­dent and CEO in 1996, the same year the health sys­tem was formed, ac­cord­ing to a St. Barn­abas news re­lease. He be­gan work­ing for St. Barn­abas Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Liv­ingston, N.J. in 1967. Ostrowsky was a se­nior part­ner at law firm Brach, Eich­ler, Rosen­berg, Sil­ver, Bern­stein, Ham­mer and Glad­stone be­fore mov­ing to St. Barn­abas Health Care Sys­tem in 1991. A spokesper­son said there are no im­me­di­ate plans to name a suc­ces­sor for Ostrowsky’s role as COO. Their ages were not avail­able. … Anne Arun­del Health Sys­tem, An­napo­lis, Md., an­nounced that

Vic­to­ria Bay­less be­came CEO on July 1. Bay­less, 41, has served as the sys­tem’s pres­i­dent since 2009 and its COO since 2006. Bay­less suc­ceeds Martin Do­or­dan, who re­tired in June. The sys­tem’s board chose Bay­less to suc­ceed Do­or­dan in 2009. In her new role, Bay­less will fo­cus on Vi­sion 2020, a plan to cre­ate a care sys­tem that in­volves com­mu­nity part­ners and pro­vides higher qual­ity at a lower cost, she said in a news re­lease. ... Moore Dean re­signed as pres­i­dent and CEO of Glen­dale Ad­ven­tist Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Glen­dale, Calif., ef­fec­tive Aug. 5. Dean, 42, is leav­ing to be­come pres­i­dent and CEO of Parker Ad­ven­tist Hos­pi­tal in Parker, Colo., which is part of

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