HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SYSTEMS
R. Craig McCoy has been named CEO at Bon Secours St. Francis Health System in Greenville, S.C., effective June 8. McCoy, a Greenville native, comes to Bon Secours from Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, where he has served as CEO at Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital, a Catholic joint venture with Trinity Health, Livonia, Mich. Previously, he was CEO at Paradise Valley Hospital, Phoenix, and VP of professional services at Oconee Medical Center, Seneca, S.C.
Dr. Daniel Napierkowski, an 18-year veteran of the Cleveland Clinic, has been named president of the system’s Euclid (Ohio) Hospital.
Napierkowski, 58, an anesthesiologist, has worked at the Cleveland Clinic since Mark Froimson, 1997. He replaces who became chief clinical officer at Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health in December.
Most recently, Napierkowski was chairman of regional practice anesthesiology, overseeing anesthesiology operations across the clinic’s regional hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers. He’ll continue to practice medicine while serving as president of the hospital.
Dr. John Young has been named national medical director of cardiovascular services for LifePoint Health, previously known as LifePoint Hospitals.
Young, 51, will oversee quality, patient safety and clinical functions related to cardiovascular services throughout the for-profit hospital system.
Before joining Life-Point, Young was division chairman for cardiovascular medicine at Adena Health System, based in Chillicothe, Ohio. He also served as an adjunct professor of medicine at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, and adjunct professor of cardiology at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens.
Dr. Michael Murphy has been named chief medical officer at Peace Health, a Vancouver, Wash.-based Catholic system.
Murphy, 60, an obstetriciangynecologist, will be Peace-Health’s first system-level CMO. He begins his new role June 15.
Before joining Peace-Health, Murphy worked at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in San Diego, where he served as the hospital’s first CMO.
Murphy, who also holds a law degree, previously worked as VP of medical affairs for Rogue Valley Medical Center in Medford, Ore., as well as for City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va. He has also worked in private practice in Salem, Ore., and Washington after serving in staff physician roles with the U.S. Navy and Planned Parenthood earlier in his career.
Dan Babb has been named CFO at DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, part of the Detroit Medical Center system.
Babb, 54, most recently served as interim CFO at Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave, Ariz., part of Life-Point Health.
Before working at Valley View, Babb was CEO at Oakland Regional Hospital, Southfield, Mich., from 2010 to 2014. He has also worked in financial leadership positions at Garden City (Mich.) Hospital and Warren, Mich.based St. John Providence Health System. DMC is owned by Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp.
Charles Santangelo has retired after 14 years as CFO at Susquehanna Health, Williamsport, Pa., capping a 40-year career in healthcare management.
Santangelo, 67, joined Susquehanna in October 2001 as VP of finance and CFO and was promoted to executive VP and CFO in 2004.
Previously, Santangelo was assistant VP of finance and CFO at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey-University Hospital from 1997 to 2001. He began his healthcare career in 1975 as assistant VP of finance at Harrisburg (Pa.) Hospital, now part of Pinnacle-Health.