A reorganization at Bon Secours Health System, Marriottsville, Md., led to the resignation of Chief Operating Officer Stephanie McCutcheon, who will step down June 3. McCutcheon and Bon Secours Chief Executive Officer Richard Statuto mutually agreed that "the time was right for her to move on," spokeswoman Peggy Moseley said. The late April reorganization eliminated two geographic divisions and modified the role of COO, Moseley said. "(McCutcheon) felt the new direction was not the best fit for her career goals," Moseley said. Donald Strange, senior vice president at Bon Secours' former north division, which was eliminated in the reorganization, has been named interim COO. McCutcheon joined Bon Secours in 1999 as COO, a newly created position. Bon Secours lost $44.4 million on revenue of $2.25 billion in 2004, according to the system's financial statements. -- by Melanie Evans
Bon Secours' McCutcheon resigns after reorganization
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