6 Recent ASC Industry Leadership Changes

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Here are six ambulatory surgery center industry leaders that recently stepped into new leadership roles.

Michelle Bartlett, RN, has become a nurse at the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia. Prior to her current role, Ms. Bartlett was the director of surgical services at a Georgia ambulatory surgery center.

Mary Dailey has become senior vice president of corporate services in clinical and quality support and senior vice president of clinical operations in corporate services at Nueterra. Previously, Ms. Dailey was the vice president of operations design at Nueterra.

Kevin McDonald, previously senior vice president of sales with SourceMedical, has stepped into the role of senior vice president of sales with Healthcare IT.  

Harold L. Paz, MD, CEO of Penn State Hershey Medical Center and Health System, has joined the United Surgical Partners International board of directors. USPI and Penn State Hershey Health System entered into a partnership in 2011 and jointly own Hershey Outpatient Surgical Center.

Steve Scriver, MHA, recently became a business analyst with SourceMedical. Previously, Mr. Scriver served as a training development analyst with SourceMedical.

Frances Venuti, RN, became a nurse at the Plastic and Ocular Surgery Center of Westchester in Harrison, N.Y., a little less than a year ago. The center is affiliated with Merritt Healthcare.

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