Press Ganey named Eileen Kamerick
to succeed Rob Draughon
as CFO, effective immediately. Kamerick joined Press Ganey from Houlihan Lokey, an investment bank, where she was managing director and CFO. Before that, she was CFO at Tecta America Corp., Heidrick & Struggles, Leo Burnett and BP Amoco Americas. Kamerick's age was unavailable.
Tenet Healthcare Corp., Dallas, appointed Paul Browne CIO. Browne, 48, replaces Stephen Brown, who will retire in March after more than 35 years with the system. Before joining Tenet, Browne was chief integration officer at Trinity Health, Novi, Mich., where he spent 13 years and held a number of executive roles. … LifePoint Hospitals, Brentwood, Tenn., named Paul Cleckner VP of operations and process initiatives. Cleckner is the former president and COO at Medical Reimbursements of America, also based in Brentwood. His age wasn't provided. The job is a new position at for-profit LifePoint. Cleckner's duties will include overseeing the selection and execution of strategy business initiatives at LifePoint's hospital support center in Brentwood. … Mid-Michigan Health, Midland, selected Diane Postler-Slattery as president and CEO. Postler-Slattery, 53, leaves her post as president and COO at Aspirus Wausau (Wis.) Hospital, where she spent 24 years in various capacities, including chief patient care executive, director of human resources and VP of administration. Her last day there is Nov. 21, and she starts at Mid-Michigan on Dec. 10. After a transition period, she will replace Richard Reynolds, who announced in July he planned to retire in 2013. … Mission Health named Dr. William Hathaway chief medical officer of Mission Hospital, Asheville, N.C. Hathaway was the hospital's chief of staff and will continue his cardiology clinical practice part time with Asheville Cardiology Associates. Hathaway replaces Dr. Dale Fell, who will transition to supporting Mission Health's regional hospital members. Hathaway's age was not provided.
Accuray President and CEO Euan Thomson resigned from his role, and the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based maker of the CyberKnife robotic surgery system named Joshua Levine as his successor. Levine, 54, also replaces Thomson as director of the board. Thomson leaves after a decade as president and will take on a consultant's role for Accuray, which also provides a radiation therapy system and data-management services. During Thomson's tenure, the company went public in February 2007. Levine is the former CEO of Mentor Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif. Thomson's age was not provided.