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Friday September 21, 2018
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September 2018 - Volume 15 - Issue 3

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Jupiter Medical Center announces the opening of a new urgent care center in Stuart at 2628 SE Federal Highway. Located in the new Baron Shoppes, just south of the Regency Square Shopping Center, the new urgent care center gives residents of Martin County greater access to Jupiter Medical Center’s high-quality care.

“Our urgent care centers have the distinction of being backed by a world-class hospital system and a team of leading medical professionals,” said Jupiter Medical Center President and Chief Executive Officer Don McKenna. “The new Stuart location reflects our commitment to ensuring that our neighbors to the north receive the same level of urgent care and services that we provide in our Palm Beach County locations.”
 
Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care gives area residents immediate access to high-quality health care and services in locations that are close to home, without the wait or expense of an emergency room visit. Like the hospital’s four urgent care locations in Palm Beach County, Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care Stuart provides affordable walk-in care for adults and children after hours, on weekends and even on holidays. All five centers are open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
 
Each site offers complete urgent care services for minor emergencies and illnesses, as well as on-site laboratory testing and x-rays to enable rapid diagnosis and treatment. Services to support healthier living also are available, such as flu shots and other immunizations; lab services; travel medicine; school, camp and sports physicals; pre-employment testing; and preoperative clearance.
 
All five state-of-the-art centers are supervised by physician medical directors and staffed by a team of certified physician assistants, advanced registered nurse practitioners, radiology technologists and urgent care technologists. Residents of Stuart and the surrounding communities will be able to obtain convenient care at the urgent care center, as well as the hospital’s wide range of medical services in Jupiter, should the need arise.
 
“Our new Stuart location is staffed by an excellent team of providers – and we’re backed by a medical center that is ranked among the best in the region,” said Dr. Gary Bradley, medical director of the Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care in Stuart. “Our patients can feel secure knowing that their X-rays are being read by the same highly qualified board certified radiologists serving patients at Jupiter Medical Center, and if they require specialty care, we can direct them to Jupiter Medical Center physicians or specialists—maintaining a continuum of care and service.”

The South Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners, which oversees all actions of Memorial Healthcare System, elected its officers at the July board meeting. Douglas A. Harrison was elected Chairman, Vic Narang was elected Vice Chairman and Frank Ledee was elected Secretary/Treasurer. The board members serving alongside the officers are Jose Basulto, Laura R. Miller, Hobel Florido and Karen L. Harrington.

Douglas A. Harrison is an assistant city attorney for the City of Miami and is an adjunct professor at Broward College. Harrison joined the Office of the City Attorney in March 2015 after serving as Senior Litigation Counsel for the City of Hollywood. Harrison is an Assistant City Attorney in the General Litigation Division handling litigation in State and Federal Courts in the areas of Government, Commercial, Civil Rights, and Negligence. 
 
Vic Narang is the founder of GDKN Corporation. He has been involved in the community providing leadership and performing work at the grass-root level to accomplish many community projects. He has been involved in raising awareness in the community regarding social-causes and fund-raising for impoverished children through various innovative programs. 
 
Frank Ledee is a veteran assistant state attorney for Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. His most recent work has been as Division Chief for the Gang Prosecution Unit, responsible for operation and supervision of the unit, supervising multi-agency and multi-jurisdictional gang, and homeland security investigations and prosecutions. 
 

The South Florida Institute on Aging (SoFIA), a non-profit dedicated to helping South Florida’s aging community thrive, has announced the following new officers for its board of directors: Chair Lynn Brewer; Vice Chair Todd Radosevich; Secretary Ed French; and Treasurer Jim Walker.

 
Lynn Brewer, who previously served as board vice chair, is an associate principal in Kauffman Rossin’s Entrepreneurial Services Practice. With more than 25 years of experience in public accounting, she has comprehensive experience consulting, speaking and mentoring on tax compliance and reporting issues and is an Enrolled Agent (EA) authorized to practice before the Internal Revenue Service.
 
Todd Radosevich, who was previously treasurer of the board, is the regional director of payer strategies for Trinity Health. He has 25 years of experience in healthcare finance with large hospital systems and physician led organizations. Radosevich has served in several financial leadership roles, most recently as executive director of finance for Holy Cross Hospital.
 
Ed French has significant experience in strategic positioning for some of the world’s top brands. He is the former chief of sales and marketing for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. and was previously senior vice president of Marriott Rewards and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards. He joined Marriott after leading the Advantage program for American Airlines.
 
Jim Walker, a senior loan officer for Florida Community Loan Fund where he underwrites community and economic development loans, has more than 33 years of experience in community development finance and lending.
 
 

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Global, Inc. has named Francine (Fran) Paschall, MBA, DNP, RN, CENP, as its Chief Nurse Executive.

Paschall previously served as Chief Nursing Executive for Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) East Florida Division, and prior to that as Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer for HCA’s Riverside Community Hospital in California.
 
Paschall holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Executive Leadership from American Sentinel University, a Master of Science in Acute and Critical Care Nursing from Case Western Reserve University and a Master of Business Administration from Tiffin University in Ohio. 
 
 

Marcelo Zottolo has been promoted to Vice President of Data Analytics and Continuous Improvement at Lee Health.

Zottolo has been with Lee Health for almost eight years. During the last three years he has led the Process Analytics team and prior to that held the role of process improvement engineer in the Lean Transformation Office. Before joining Lee Health, he worked as a consultant for PMC, an operations improvement consulting firm in Dearborn, Michigan.
 
Zottolo holds a bachelor’s and master’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and a master’s in Health Informatics from the University of South Florida.
 
 

HCA (Hospital Corporation of America) East Florida Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Josh DeTillio as the Chief Executive Officer of Palms West Hospital.

DeTillio brings over twenty years of healthcare experience to his new role. He began his career with the United States Army serving five years as a Field Artillery Officer. After leaving the Army, he transitioned into healthcare joining HCA in 2003 as an Administrative Fellow at Cedars Medical Center in Miami. He was later promoted to Associate Administrator at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center in Aventura, FL. In 2006, he joined Tenet Healthcare and served as the Chief Operating Officer for North Shore Medical Center in Miami as well as the Chief Operating Officer for St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach. For the last seven years, he has been with Lee Health leading Gulf Coast Medical Center as the Chief Administrative Officer in Ft. Myers, FL. Gulf Coast Medical Center is the combined hospital of two former HCA facilities; Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center and Gulf Coast Hospital.
 
DeTillio received his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Vanderbilt University, as well as a Master of Public Health from Harvard University. 

With the growing demand for pediatric specialty services in the tri-county area, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is poised for continuous growth and expansion. As its new chief executive officer, Caitlin Beck Stella, MPH, is ready for the challenge with commitment and dedication to leading the children’s hospital into the future. Stella replaces the recently retired Chantal Leconte, FACHE, who led the children’s hospital for the past five years.

Stella comes to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital with an impressive background and experience in children’s healthcare and professional highlights that have allowed her to build a legacy early in her career. After completing her undergraduate degree in Child Development at Virginia Tech, she headed to Los Angeles to complete an internship in Child Psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Later, she began working in clinical research administration at the institution currently known as the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA Medical Center, overseeing the start-up of a multi-million-dollar clinical research Center of Excellence funded by the National Institutes of Health.
 
During her time at UCLA, she also completed a Master’s in Public Health in Health Policy and Management, which led her to pursue a management consulting career in the healthcare advisory practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
 
Before joining Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Stella was the Chief Administrative Officer for UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital and Women’s Health.
 

Jeffrey Pigott has joined Lee Health as Vice President of Compliance and Internal Audit. Pigott has more than 20 years’ audit, compliance, financial and accounting experience for large organizations, including health care.

Pigott most recently served as the Corporate Compliance Officer and Director of Internal Audit for Huntsville Hospital Health System in Huntsville. Before that, Pigott served as Audit Director for CHAN Healthcare Auditors for clients based in Cincinnati, OH and Knoxville, TN.
 
Pigott has an MBA from the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Michigan. He is also a Certified Internal Auditor, (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) and Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC).
 
 
 
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