ON THE MOVE ...
president and CEO of MidMichigan Health, Midland, Mich., plans to retire in 2013, ending his 32-year stint with the system. Reynolds, 62, began serving as CEO in 2008. He was president of MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland from 2004 to 2008 and for the previous 20 years was senior VP and treasurer and CFO for the system. … TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital, Bowling Green, Ky., named COO. Boyd, 35,
Andre Boyd replaces who left this year
Jarrett Millsaps, to become CEO at Parkridge East Hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn. Boyd previously was associate COO and ethics and compliance officer at Centerpoint Medical Center, Independence, Mo. … Mercy Health System, Conshohocken, Pa., named
Dr. Neil Whitaker
CMO, effective July 25. He succeeds who was
Dr. Jeffry Komins, named executive VP, chief quality officer and chief medical officer of Catholic Health East in February 2011. Whitaker joins Mercy from Intermountain Healthcare, where he served as CMO of the urban south region. … South Nassau Communities Hospital, Oceanside, N.Y., named
Richard Murphy to succeed as president
Joseph Quagliata and CEO, effective Jan. 1, 2013. Quagliata, 67, is expected to retire at the end of the year. Murphy, 61, is president and CEO of the Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, N.Y. He was previously executive VP of the Suffolk region for Catholic Health Services of Long Island, in Rockville Centre, New York. … All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, Fla., elevated from interim to
Dr. Jonathan Ellen permanent president. Ellen, 50, assumed the interim post when President and CEO Gary Carnes
retired in March. Ellen’s new role, which lacks the CEO title, reflects All Children’s ongoing effort to align more closely with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, where Ellen serves as a professor of pediatrics and vice
chairman of the department of pediatrics. Ellen also is Johns Hopkins’ vice dean and physician-in-chief for All Children’s. Ellen will also now serve as president of the All Children’s foundation and chairman of the hospital’s health system board.
Former Walgreen Co. executive Stanley
Blaylock was named president and CEO of Physicians Immediate Care, which manages 20 urgent-care clinics in three states. Blaylock’s appointment was disclosed in conjunction with the announcement that Blaylock, along with LLR Partners, a Philadelphia-based privateequity firm, and WellPoint, the Indianapolis-based insurer, have made a growth capital investment in Physicians Immediate Care. Financial terms of the investment will not be disclosed. Blaylock, 48, served as president of Walgreens Health Services until 2010. He is a former