Dr. Brian Donley, an 18-year veteran of the Clinic and president of Lutheran Hospital, will move into the role of chief of regional hospitals medical affairs and quality and vice president of regional hospitals. He will assume the role Nov. 1 after returning from an advanced management program at Harvard Business School.
Dr. Donald Malone, a professor and chairman of the department of psychiatry and psychology and the director of the Center for Behavioral Health, will assume the presidency at Lutheran. He also will continue in his current roles. He is a 24-year veteran of the Clinic.
Dr. Robert Juhasz, medical director for the Clinic's Willoughby Hills Family Health Center, will become South Pointe's new president. He has been with the Clinic for 15 years.
Dr. J. Stephen Jones, chief of surgical operations at Fairview Hospital, will become chief of regional hospital surgical operations. Dr. Jones, who has been with the Clinic for 13 years, also will maintain his current role.
In addition to the leadership changes, the Clinic's regional operations, which include 27 ambulatory locations and 12 family health centers outside of Lorain County, now will be part of the regional executive administration led by Dr. Bronson. The Clinic's facilities in Lorain County are housed within their own institute.
Dr. Cindy Deyling, who oversees the Clinic's family health center operations, will assist Dr. Bronson and his team with the integration.
The Clinic said presidents of Marymount, Medina, Euclid and Lakewood hospitals will remain in their current roles. They are, respectively, Joanne Zeroske, Dr. Tom Tulisiak, Dr. Mark Froimson and Dr. Robert Weil.
"Cleveland Clinic enacts several big leadership changes" originally appeared in Crain's Cleveland Business.