Jewish Hospital (KY) CEO abruptly resigns
Marty Bonick, president/CEO of Jewish Hospital Medical Campus, abruptly resigned Friday, as the hospital's parent company and two other Kentucky hospitals work on merging. "He resigned today and left," said Barbara Mackovic, a spokeswoman for Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare, adding that she could not make him available for comment. Bonick has been president and CEO of the campus since February 2008, joining the organization after serving as CEO of Oklahoma State University Medical Center in Tulsa. He is the second hospital CEO within the Jewish & St. Mary's system to leave in about three months. Mackovic said she had no information on whether his departure was related to the planned merger of Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare, University Hospital and Lexington-based St. Joseph Health System, which is owned by Catholic Health Initiatives of Denver.
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