Hospital and Health Systems
has been named CFO at the NYC Health and Hospitals system in New York City. He
Marlene Zurack, will succeed 55, who is retiring at the end of the month after 15 years with the 11-hospital cityowned system.
Anantharam, 58, most recently was deputy director for health and social services for New York City’s Office of Management and Budget. In that role, which he held since 1998, he has overseen the management and development of municipal budgets and financial reporting for health and social services.
Mark Newton will step down next summer as president and CEO of Chicago’s Swedish Covenant Hospital after leading the hospital for over 15 years.
Anthony COO Guaccio will replace him.
Newton, 65, will
resign on June 30, transitioning to a new role in which he takes primary responsibility for the Swedish Covenant Hospital Foundation and the hospital’s advocacy efforts. Guaccio, 55, will take over as CEO July 1.
Under Newton’s leadership, the hospital added a number of facilities, including two immediate-care centers, an outpatient concept launched in June.
Guaccio has been with Swedish Covenant for over 20 years, serving as COO for the past decade. He previously served as chief human resources officer and senior VP of operations.
has been named senior VP of York, Pa.-based WellSpan Health and president of Ephrata (Pa.) Community Hospital. Willetts, 41, will join the system on
John Porter Jr., Jan. 11. She replaces who was named WellSpan’s executive VP and COO earlier this year, but has remained in charge of the 130-bed hospital pending the naming of his successor.
Most recently, she was VP of operations for Sentara CarePlex Hospital in Hampton, Va.