Martin Bonick resigned as president and CEO of Jewish Hospital and senior vice president for its parent, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare, both in Louisville, Ky., effective Sept. 15. Bonick, who was 37 as of the date of his resignation, will be replaced in the interim by Doug Howell, a consultant to the system, according to a statement by Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's that was read by a spokeswoman.
Late News: Jewish Hospital's Bonick resigns as president, CEO
Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare, affiliated with Catholic Health Initiatives, Englewood, Colo., is in the middle of a proposed $620 million three-way merger with the University of Louisville (Ky.) Hospital and St. Joseph Health System Lexington, Ky., another CHI-affiliated organization. Bonick was a Modern Healthcare Up & Comer in 2008, the year he joined Jewish Hospital. “We appreciate his tenure with the organization and the contributions he has made during that time,” the system said in the statement.
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