West Penn health system narrows CEO search to two
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 10, 2008
West Penn Allegheny Health System's search for a new chief executive officer is down to two candidates--one from Camden, NJ, and another from Cincinnati. The hospital network has been without a permanent CEO since the abrupt July 2007 departure of Jerry Fedele, who left amid internal disagreements about a systemwide consolidation. Board member Keith Smith is now in charge of the network on an interim basis and the goal is to announce a new CEO in the first quarter of 2008.
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