D.C. hospital gets new president
Washington Hospital Center has named its fourth chief executive in 15 months, the Washington Business Journal reports.
John Sullivan, formerly CEO of the Missouri-based Sisters of Mercy Health System, started his new job as president of Washington Hospital Center on Monday, taking over the 926-bed facility on the heels of controversy and ongoing union disputes.
He replaces acting President M. Joy Drass, executive vice president of operations in the Washington region for the hospital’s parent, MedStar Health. MedStar tapped her to temporarily replace Harrison J. Rider III, an interim president who served for about a year before leaving in June.
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