Peter Hahn, M.D., promoted to president and CEO of Metro Health – University of Michigan Health. Metro Health selected Hahn as president and CEO of University Michigan Health effective Oct. 1. Hahn has served as chief medical officer for Metro Health since 2016. 

Robert Ross appointed executive vice president for Westchester Medical Center Health Network’s Northern Region, Valhalla, N.Y. The health network recently announced Ross as executive vice president. He most recently served as chief operating officer at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C.

Ann Madden Rice named new president of Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis. Allina Health announced that Rice will assume the role of president in mid-October. Previously, she served as CEO of The University of California Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Calif. 

John Jurczyk named senior vice president of Covenant Health and president of St. Joseph Hospital, Tewksbury, Mass. Covenant Health announced the selection of Jurczyk as senior vice president of Covenant Health and president of St. Joseph Hospital. Previously, he served as president of Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Mass. 

Josh DeTillio named CEO of Palms West Hospital, Loxahatchee, Fla. HCA East Florida Division announced DeTillio as CEO of Palms West Hospital. Most recently, he served as chief administrative officer for Lee Health’s Gulf Coast Medical Center. 
 

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