HOS­PI­TALS AND HEALTH SYS­TEMS

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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.

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