Premier Health Partners Announces Leadership Changes
Dayton, OH (May 30, 2012) - Premier Health (Premier) announced today two organizational changes. The changes which become effective next month are designed to better align the health system’s leadership structure with key strategic initiatives according to Jim Pancoast, President & CEO of the health system.
Mark Shaker has been appointed as senior vice president, service integration, and will lead the health system’s service line strategy. Working with physician, hospital and system leadership, he will be advancing efforts in strategic service lines across the health system. He has been with Premier for over 27 years and has been at Good Samaritan Hospital since 2004. CEO since 2008, he previously was the executive
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, managing daily operations for the hospital. Prior to his years at Good Samaritan, he spent 14 years at Miami Valley Hospital where he held positions of increasing responsibility including vice president of strategic improvement and senior vice president of hospital operations and he spent 5 years as CEO of Fidelity Health Care. He holds a bachelor’s of science in business administration from The Ohio State University and a masters’ of health administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has served on numerous boards over the years and most recently was co-chair of the American Heart Association’s Heart Gala and was co-chair of the United Way Campaign in 2011.
“The depth of leadership, experience and expertise that Mark brings to this position will enable us to advance our service line strategy for the health system,” said Jim Pancoast, president & CEO of Premier Health. “He will be working closely with our physician and hospital leaders to provide more alignment and integration across the system.”
Replacing Mark Shaker will be Eloise Broner, who has been promoted to president & CEO of Good Samaritan Hospital. She has served as chief operating officer for the last 3 years at the hospital. With over 20 years of healthcare experience, she has held leadership positions at Premier, including vice president of operations at Miami Valley Hospital for 17 years and as the chief purchasing officer for the health system. She received her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and her master’s degree in Public Health from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has served on various community and county boards and currently is a member of the board of trustees of Wright State University. She has been the recipient of Dayton’s Top 10 Women and Dayton’s Top 10 African American Women Award and was a finalist for the Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
“Eloise’s leadership and ability has long been recognized and this next step, in an already successful career, is one that will be of benefit to our organization and the entire community, noted Mary Boosalis, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Premier. “Eloise will continue to build upon a tradition of excellence that Good Samaritan Hospital has brought to our community for over 80 years.