Darrell Terry Sr. has been named president and CEO of Newark (N.J.) Beth Israel Medical Center and Children's Hospital of New Jersey. The facilities are part of RWJBarnabas Health, West Orange, N.J. He has served in the roles on an interim basis since February.
Terry has held leadership roles at the hospitals for 18 years, including COO since 2011. But his ties to the medical center run deep; it's where he was born, as well as his brother and two of his children.
Dr. Vivian von Gruenigen has been named chief medical officer at Akron, Ohio-based Summa Health. She will replace Dr. Erik Steele, who announced plans in March to return to his native New England. The appointment is effect July 5.
Von Gruenigen, 53, joined Summa in 2009 and serves as chair of the OB-GYN department and as medical director for women's health. Previously, she was director of robotic surgery at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland.
William Lee has been named chief investment officer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital system, succeeding Gloria Reeg, who is retiring. The move is effective June 1.
He will oversee the organization's $7 billion investment portfolio, which helps fund patient care, clinical research, medical education and community service initiatives.
Lee, 58, most recently was chief investment officer and VP of foundation and pension investments at Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, Calif. Previously, he was chief investment officer for global pensions at Levi Strauss & Co.