Trinity Health, Novi, Mich., named Larry Goldberg, who is CEO of Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, to be president and CEO of newly acquired Loyola University Health System, Maywood, Ill.
Trinity names Vanderbilt's Goldberg head of Loyola University Health
Goldberg, 49, is expected to start in mid-October, according to Trinity. He replaces Dr. Paul Whelton, who stepped down as part of Trinity's purchase of Loyola, a deal that closed earlier this summer. Daniel Hale, executive vice president of the Trinity Institute for Health and Community Benefits, has been acting as interim president and CEO since July 1, when Loyola joined Trinity, according to Trinity. Goldberg worked at Vanderbilt for six years, according to Vanderbilt University Medical Center's website.
In addition to paying Loyola $100 million, Trinity Health agreed to spend $300 million for capital improvements and $75 million toward a new $150 million health sciences research facility. The deal also includes $22.5 million in annual payments to the Stritch School of Medicine, which will remain part of the university.
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