Ann Errichetti, M.D., is the new chief operations and academic officer of Presence Health in Chicago.
Errichetti, who received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School, will be responsible for leading the acute care strategy, growth and operations for the system and its 11 hospitals, according to a Presence Health news release. In addition, she will have leadership responsibility for Presence Health’s Resurrection University and graduate medical education program.
Her most recent position was as CEO of St. Peter’s Hospital and Albany Memorial Hospital as well as vice president of the Trinity Health Albany regional network, according to Presence
Separately, Peter DeAngelis Jr. was named executive vice president and chief financial officer of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health in Philadelphia. He succeeds Kirk Gorman, who retired after leading the integration of Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals and the integration between Jefferson and Abington Health System. DeAngelis has more than 30 years of experience and executive-level leadership in health care, as well as a background in academic medicine. Prior to his appointment, he was a partner in the strategic execution practice of IMA Consulting.
And Ronald Wehtje was named CFO of Adventist Health’s Southern California Region, which includes Glendale Adventist Medical Center, San Joaquin Community Hospital, Simi Valley Hospital and White Memorial Medical Center as well as dozens of ambulatory care sites and hundreds of primary care and specialty providers. Since February 2015, he has been vice president and CFO of care delivery for Adventist Health System and its regional partner, AMITA Health, in the Chicago area.
Andrew R. Manzer became executive vice president and COO of the Bassett Healthcare Network and will oversee the Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, N.Y. Manzer was president and CEO of Schuyler Hospital in Montour Falls, N.Y.