James Robinson has been named president of Presence St. Joseph Hospital-Chicago. He replaces interim president Martin Judd. The hospital is part of Chicago-based Presence Health.
Robinson was most recently senior VP and CEO of Methodist South Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., part of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare. Previously, Robinson was CEO of the Memphis Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He also served as CEO of Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Dublin, Ga., and chief of mental health and behavioral sciences at Salisbury (N.C.) Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Todd Corley has been named chief diversity and inclusion officer at OhioHealth, a newly created role at the Columbus-based system.
Corley, 48, is founder and chief strategist at the TAPO Institute, a consultancy focused on workforce engagement and inclusion. Previously, he was head of diversity and inclusion at retailer Abercrombie & Fitch and senior manager of diversity at Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide.
Dr. Jeff Bird has been named president of the East Central Region for Indiana University Health, which includes IU Health Ball Memorial and Blackford hospitals. He succeeds Mike Haley, who left to lead a behavioral health collaborative at Indianapolis-based IU Health.
Bird has served as COO and chief medical officer for Ball Memorial since 2009. He also held other leadership positions at the hospital, including associate director and VP.