Catholic Health Initiatives has named Cheryl Harelstad senior VP of supply chain.
Harelstad, 54, comes to the Englewood, Colo.-based health system from Minneapolis-based Allina Health.
At Allina, she was VP of shared services, overseeing supply-chain management, clinical engineering and laboratory services. Previously, Harelstad was an equity owner of a management consulting group and a manager at Deloitte Consulting.
Brian Dean has been promoted to CEO of Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center in Houston.
Dean, 38, has been the hospital's VP and CFO for the past two years. He's been serving as interim CEO since February, when Craig Cordola was promoted to senior VP and regional president of Memorial Hermann Health System's Central/West Region.
Before joining Memorial Hermann, Dean was senior VP of finance at Miami-based Jackson Health System and CEO of the system's health plan. He also served in leadership positions at University Community Health in Tampa, Fla., and the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington.
Michael Grace has been named president of UPMC Mercy in Pittsburgh.
Grace, 44, has served in a number of positions during his 14-year career with UPMC. He replaces Will Cook, who will soon start his new role as president and CEO at University of Colorado Hospital.
Most recently, Grace was VP of operations at UPMC Shadyside. He has also served as executive administrator of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh's pediatrics department and the UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute, as well as director of administrative services and physician relations for UPMC's physician services division.