Bon Secours Health System appointed Carlos Beato CEO for Bon Secours New York Health System in Riverdale, effective April 15. Beato, 59, will replace Eileen Malo, interim CEO since March 2011. Beato joins Bon Secours from United Methodist Homes of New Jersey, where he served as corporate director of clinical services. He previously spent 15 years as CEO of his own consulting firm. … Grady Health System, Atlanta, has named Christopher Mosley as executive VP and COO, effective April 8. Mosley, 49, fills the vacant position after serving most recently as senior VP and chief administrative officer for Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami. He was also COO for St. Anthony Hospitals in the Denver area, and president and CEO of Chesapeake (Va.) Regional Medical Center. Mosley was named one of Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Minority Healthcare Executives in 2006. … Mary Zuckerman, executive VP of administrative services at Detroit Medical Center, left the for-profit hospital system in a restructuring that phased out her job, sources told Crain's Detroit Business. Zuckerman, 49, joined the system as VP of finance in 2004 and had been in her current job since January. Sources said Zuckerman's responsibilities most likely would be divided among several executives, including newly hired COO Rodney Huebbers. Huebbers was hired by CEO Joe Mullany to take Mullany's president and COO spot when Mullany replaced Mike Duggan, who resigned as CEO on Dec. 31 to make a run for mayor of Detroit. Detroit Medical Center is owned by Nashville-based Vanguard Health Systems. … Memorial Healthcare System, Hollywood, Fla., made leadership changes at several locations in its South Broward Hospital District. The system promoted Nina Beauchesne and Chantal Leconte and hired Keith Gallagher, a retired brigadier general. Beauchesne is now senior VP of Memorial Healthcare System. Beauchesne, 47, joined the organization 15 years ago and most recently served as administrator for Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Leconte, whose age was not disclosed, succeeds Beauchesne at the children's hospital and also serves as administrator of pediatric services for Memorial Healthcare Services, effective Feb. 24. Leconte previously served under Beauchesne as assistant administrator from February 2011 to March 2012, when she left to become administrator and CEO of the system's Memorial Hospital Pembroke, Pembroke Pines, Fla. Gallagher, 56, will assume that role at Pembroke. Gallagher, who served 34 years in the U.S. Army, was last CEO of Pacific Regional Medical Command and CEO of Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.
Carlos Beato named new CEO for Bon Secours New York Health System, and other moves
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