The Cleveland Clinic Health System promoted two executives to positions central to the system's efforts to fully integrate its nine community hospitals in Northeast Ohio and foster partnerships with other providers throughout Ohio. David Bronson, M.D., was named president of Cleveland Clinic Regional Hospitals, replacing Fred DeGrandis, who will become chairman of the Cleveland Clinic Community Physician Partnership and Quality Alliance. Bronson, 63, previously was chairman of the Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic. DeGrandis, 59, has overseen the system's regional hospitals since 2006 and for the previous three years was CEO of three of those facilities. In his new position, he will work with community physicians and hospitals outside the Cleveland Clinic system.
Cleveland Clinic promotes Bronson
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