BARRY R. FREEDMAN, PRESIDENT
PRESIDENT AND C.E.O., EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
As President and Chief Executive Officer of Einstein Healthcare Network for the last 16 years, Barry Freedman has led the organization through a time of unprecedented change and growth. He has overseen the network’s expansion into a more than $1 billion enterprise, with more than 8,500 employees, 400 residents and fellows, and more than 1,000 employed and independent physicians. Freedman joined Einstein in 2003.
A few of the network’s major accomplishments achieved during Freedman’s tenure include:
- The 2012 opening of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, the first completely new hospital built in southeastern Pennsylvania in more than a decade.
- The 2005 addition of Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park to the network. The facility is now the home of MossRehab, ranked as the top rehabilitation hospital in Pennsylvania and #8 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 22 years.
- The expanded geographic reach of Einstein’s ambulatory care network with the opening of new outpatients centers in locations such as Collegeville, Pa., and Holmesburg, Pa.
- At a time when many hospitals in the region are closing their maternity wards, the deepening of Einstein’s commitment to women and babies with the expansion of the network’s OB/GYN services and an increase in births from about 2,000 per year to 5,000 annually.
- The development of regional service lines in areas such as Bariatrics, CT Surgery, Orthopedics and Neonatology that cover the network’s entire service area and have helped to position Einstein as a provider of choice in the region.
- The relaunch of the Einstein brand, which provided the organization with a powerful tool to raise consumer awareness, unify the different entities and send a message to patients that they can expect to receive the same level of compassionate, high-quality care throughout the network.
- The Einstein Campaign exceeded all goals raising $167 Million by June 30, 2016 and was the largest and most successful fundraising effort ever undertaken by Einstein in its 150-year history.
Prior to joining Einstein, Freedman was the President and CEO of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
Freedman is a recognized leader in health affairs at the local, state and national level. He is past-Chairman of the Board of the Greater New York Hospital Association and has served as Chairman of the Board of the League of Voluntary Hospitals of New York, and Lead Director of the Board of the Premier Hospitals Alliance. Currently, Mr. Freedman serves on the Boards of America's Essential Hospitals, Health Partners Plans, and is a member of The Healthcare Institute.
GERARD F. BLANEY
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Gerard F. (Gerry) Blaney joined Einstein more than 34 years ago as a general accountant and has held numerous positions with increasing responsibility within the Finance Department, most recently serving as Vice President of Finance and Interim Chief Financial Officer. During his tenure, Gerry has been responsible for all of Einstein’s financial reporting, budgets and regulatory filings, and had oversight for the Purchasing and Materials Management Departments as well.
JAY D'LUGIN, MD
VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF MEDICAL INFORMATION OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
As CMIO, Dr. D’Lugin is responsible for supporting the selection, design and implementation of clinical information systems that support the transition of care across the Network. He focuses on transformation and innovation using Information Technology (IT) in a way that produces value for the Einstein organization.
As a member of the Information Technology Executive Steering Committee, Dr. D’Lugin represents the needs and requirements of the physician community and serves as an advocate of management in promoting the use of IT in the clinical setting. He is responsible for driving both optimization and adoption of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and compliance with regulatory requirements that impact physicians. In addition, he works in partnership with clinical and administrative leadership to translate clinician requirements into information system needs for clinical, teaching and research systems.
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER MONTGOMERY AND EINSTEIN PHYSICIANS MONTGOMERY
In 2018, Beth Duffy was named President and Chief Operating Officer of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery and Einstein Physicians Montgomery. Previously, in 2012, she was named Chief Operating Officer of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery and Einstein Physicians Montgomery. In this role, she leads EMCM’s clinical and administrative leaders in all day-to-day operations as well as the physician practice company that includes multiple primary care practices, as well as several specialty practices and the hospitalist service. The promotion was the latest advance in Duffy’s more-than-30-year career at Einstein. Prior to her current position, she served as Vice President and Director, Activation Planning, collaborating with physicians, leaders and employees to ensure the successful 2012 opening of southeastern Pennsylvania’s first completely new hospital in more than a decade. She oversaw the completion of an estimated 100,000 individual tasks that were part of this $350 million project. Previously, Duffy served in a variety of positions with increasingly more responsibility in Einstein clinical, regulatory and support service operations, including the role of Vice President-Healthcare Services. In 2013, she was named an Emerging Executive of the Year by Philadelphia Business Journal.
VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Michael George is a longtime Einstein leader and was named Vice President, Healthcare Services in 2019. He is recognized for strong leadership, teambuilding, strategy development, business growth and operations management skills. Previously, as Associate Vice President, he provided executive leadership for physicians and staff in more than 90 physician practice sites along with management of the following clinical departments: Heart and Vascular, Cancer, Women and Children’s, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Medicine Specialties, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and regional Multi-specialty practices.
As Vice President for Healthcare Services, he has service line responsibility, including hospital operations and physician practice executive management responsibility for Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Oncology, as well as practice management responsibility for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Joan Gubernick is Chief Marketing Officer for Einstein Healthcare Network. She leads the strategic marketing, corporate communications planning, creative and implementation efforts for the network. Gubernick oversees corporate communications, media relations, public relations, employee communications, social media, digital marketing, website, contact center, creative and production services. Shortly after joining Einstein Healthcare Network in 2011, she successfully launched the rebranding and new visual identity of the entire healthcare system. In 2012, she spearheaded marketing campaigns for the opening of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, which included community initiatives and service line promotions. In keeping with the current demand for outpatient care, Gubernick led marketing campaigns and community events for the addition of new, outpatient multi-specialty care centers to the network.
Prior to joining Einstein Healthcare Network, she served as Director of Marketing System Initiatives at Main Line Health and held leadership positions in two Philadelphia-based advertising agencies. Gubernick began her career in TV news.
ROHIT GULATI, MD, FACP, MBA, FACHE
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER PHILADELPHIA, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER ELKINS PARK, MOSSREHAB, CENTER ONE, AND WILLOWCREST
Dr. Gulati joined Einstein in 2018 as Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, MossRehab, Center One and Willowcrest. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Dr. Gulati oversees quality and patient safety departments, infection prevention, and the Medical Staff Office for these campuses. Dr. Gulati participates as a member of the executive leadership team and serves as liaison between nursing, clinical staff and medical leadership. He takes the lead on critical initiatives and works with Einstein’s officers for graduate medical education and regulatory affairs.
Prior to joining Einstein, Dr. Gulati was Vice Dean Clinical Affairs for West Virginia University Medicine and Chief Medical Officer for University Health Physicians in Martinsburg, WV.
He has lectured across the country on topics pertaining to medical economics, patient access and care, and clinical improvement programs.
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER PHILADELPHIA, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER ELKINS PARK, MOSSREHAB, WILLOWCREST, AND CENTER ONE
In 2019, Dixieanne James was promoted to the position of President and Chief Operating Officer of Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, MossRehab, Willowcrest, and Center One. In 2014, she was named Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Einstein Healthcare Network. In this role, she oversaw Einstein’s strategic planning and business development functions, focusing on identifying and prioritizing both short- and long-term growth opportunities for the network’s many locations and clinical service lines. James partnered with Einstein’s clinical, research, academic and administrative leadership to develop and implement volume- and revenue-generating strategies that positioned Einstein for success as the healthcare environment continues to evolve and transform. She joined Einstein as Corporate Director of Strategic Planning in March 2008 and was named Associate Vice President, Physician Enterprise Development and Operations, in 2012.
Prior to joining Einstein, James served as Manager, Planning and Strategy, for Christiana Care Health System in Delaware and Manager, Planning and Business Development, at Lifebridge Health in Baltimore, Md.
VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTHCARE SERVICES, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER PHILADELPHIA
Maureen Jordan holds the position of Vice President, Healthcare Services at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Her areas of responsibility include Radiology, the Women’s Center, Patient Escort, Laboratory and Pathology Medicine, Organ Disease and Transplantation, OB-GYN and Pediatrics, Pharmacy Services, Respiratory Care and Pulmonary Diagnostics, Urology, Sterile Processing, Radiation Safety, and Regulatory Agencies. After joining Einstein in 1996, Jordan was named Manager and then, Director of Respiratory Care and Pulmonary Diagnostics for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia in 1998 and 2000 respectively. She was promoted to Assistant Vice President in 2010, serving as the leader for a number of both clinical and non-clinical Einstein areas. More recently, Jordan has served as the leader for the Einstein G.P.S. Standards of Behavior Committee. In that role, she ensured the network-wide involvement of over 150 front-line employees across the entire Einstein continuum who came together to identify the specific behaviors that, when adopted, will ensure that employees are living up to Einstein’s Code of Conduct in all dealings with patients, their families and one another.
R. SCOTT LATIMER
VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCIAL PLANNING AND STRATEGIC TRANSACTIONS, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Latimer joins Einstein after working for 34 years at PricewaterhoueCoopers. There, Latimer worked nationally in Healthcare Advisory Services with a particular focus on organizations in Philadelphia and the east coast. He also collaborated with senior management at both non-profit and for profit hospitals and implemented innovative strategies for his clients, establishing efficient operating systems for numerous medical centers and hospitals, including Temple University Health System; Virtua Health; Johns Hopkins Health System; and Catholic Health East. He also facilitated mergers and acquisitions for organizations such as University of Pennsylvania Health System; Jefferson Health System; and Geisinger Health System.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Ken Levitan returned to Einstein Healthcare Network as Chief Administrative Officer, resuming his long tenure of leadership at Einstein with broader responsibilities.
While previously serving as Chief Information Officer, Levitan led the transformation of Einstein’s use of information technology, including the development and implementation of a network-wide electronic medical record system known as Albert Einstein Clinical Information System (AECIS), and the installation of $25 million of IT equipment and software to support the opening of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.
LAMONT LOUIS, MBA
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, EINSTEIN PHYSICIANS
Lamont Louis joined Einstein in 2018 as Chief Operating Officer for Einstein Physicians. He provides executive leadership focusing on improving Einstein Physicians office efficiency, access to care for our patients and referring community and helping to lead our Einstein 360 efforts.
Prior to joining Einstein, Louis led several large medical groups including the Lehigh Valley Physician Group Poconos, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Faculty Practice and the Academic Faculty Practice of St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.
GINA MARONE, RN, MSN, NEA-BC
VICE PRESIDENT OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND CHIEF NURSE EXECUTIVE, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER PHILADELPHIA
Gina Marone is Vice President of Healthcare Services and Chief Nurse Executive for Einstein Healthcare Network. In this role, she has oversight of nursing for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, MossRehab, and Willowcrest. In addition, she has administrative responsibility for the Emergency Department.
Marone joins Einstein from the MD Anderson Cooper Cancer Center where she served as Vice President of Clinical Operations at multiple New Jersey locations. Prior to that, she served in several capacities with increasing responsibilities at Cooper University-Healthcare in Camden, NJ, most recently as Vice President for Patient Care Services and Associate Chief Nursing Officer. With 29 years experience as a nurse, Marone started her career as a Registered Nurse in the Cardiac Progressive Care Unit at Lankenau Hospital and in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Hahnemann Hospital, before moving into management roles.
VICE PRESIDENT OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Maria McCall joined Einstein Healthcare Network in October 2019 as Vice President of Healthcare Services responsible for the operation and growth of Einstein’s Cardiothoracic, Cardiology, Digestive Disease and Transplant, Urology, and Orthopedic service lines.
A seasoned healthcare leader with proven experience in service-line growth and development, McCall’s expertise includes business development and strategic planning, physician integration and alignment, quality assurance and performance, and employee engagement.
McCall joined Einstein from Trinity Health in Langhorne, PA, where she served as Service Line Administrator for the Oncology Division responsible for the development and achievement of the oncology service line’s strategic objectives. Earlier in her career, McCall served as Senior Administrative Director for Surgery and Medical Specialties at Crozer-Keystone Health Network in Springfield, PA; Senior Director of Clinical Services at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia; and Operations and Compliance Manager for Solid Organ Transplant at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
McCall earned a Master of Science degree in Health Policy and Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State University. She is also a graduate of the United States Presidential Management Fellowship program, a Six Sigma Lean Black Belt Professional, and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
DOUGLAS MCGEE, DO, FACOEP, FACEP
CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
As Chief Academic Officer and ACGME Designated Institutional Official, Dr. McGee oversees the Office of Academic Affairs, which provides institutional oversight for all graduate, undergraduate and continuing medical education programs throughout Einstein Healthcare Network. McGee has played a leading role in advancing learning- and teaching-related projects at Einstein. He coordinated the conception, planning, fundraising and building of the Einstein Center for Clinical Competency, which is designed to improve patient safety and health-care delivery while helping residents transition from classroom instruction to clinical interaction. Dr. McGee is an Assistant Dean at Jefferson Medical College. He has served in many roles in various state and national organizations, including having as President of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (PACEP) and President of the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD).
Dr. McGee is presently a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Review Committee for Emergency Medicine and represents the American College of Emergency Physicians on the Emergency Medicine GME Funding Task Force. He is a frequent presenter at local and national meetings and has lectured extensively on topics in trauma, diagnostic testing, CT scan interpretation, genitourinary emergencies, and residency administration. Dr. McGee completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, served as the Associate Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency from 1992 to 2000 and as the Residency Program Director from 2000 to 2008.
CINDY A. MCGLONE
VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTHCARE SERVICES, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER PHILADELPHIA
Cindy McGlone is Vice President, Healthcare Services. She started her career at Einstein in 1984. Over the last 30-plus years, she has served in a variety of roles of increasing responsibility and complexity.
Most recently, she has oversight for the following areas: Care Management including transitions of care and readmission reduction efforts, Patient Access, Health Information Management, Heart and Vascular Service Line, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Medicine, Surgery and Behavioral Health.
VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Dorlyn McLaughlin is Vice President, Healthcare Services and a longtime Einstein leader. Prior to this role, she was Associate Vice President, Physician Services, and prior to that, the Administrator for the specialty practice operations and clinical programs for the Department of Surgery. She is recognized for strong leadership and teambuilding skills with expertise in accreditation and regulatory compliance, business development, program planning and operations management. As Vice President, Healthcare Services, McLaughlin is responsible for the Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Dental Medicine service lines and oversees physician practice operations for the Emergency Department, Radiology, Pathology, Anesthesia, Pain Management and Psychiatry.
CHRISTOPHER E. MCTIERNAN
VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF PAYER RELATIONS OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Chris McTiernan joined Einstein in 2014 as Vice President, Chief Payer Relations Officer. In this role, he works with senior leadership and Finance to guide the network’s payer strategies and develop its capabilities around value-based payment.
Prior to joining Einstein, McTiernan served as the Vice President, Provider Contracting and Reimbursement for Independence Blue Cross. In that role, he was accountable for contracting, provider reimbursement, network strategy and value-based payment models for IBC. McTiernan previously worked for Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, a non-profit managed care organization, and was responsible for financial planning and analysis.
VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTHCARE SERVICES, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER MONTGOMERY
Patricia (Pat) Modafferi is Vice President of Healthcare Services at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, where she leads the operational oversight and strategic direction of numerous ancillary and clinical support departments, including network responsibility for the radiology service line.
Modafferi has more than 25 years of community and hospital healthcare leadership experience. She served as a member of the Activation and Transition team responsible for the successful facility planning, operational model design and execution of the opening of Einstein Montgomery in September 2012. Before joining Einstein, Modafferi held various positions in leadership, including Vice President, at Montgomery Hospital Medical Center. Prior to joining Montgomery Hospital, Modafferi served as Director of Community Programs and Education for the American Lung Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
ANGIE NICHOLAS, MD
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER MONTGOMERY AND EINSTEIN PHYSICIANS MONTGOMERY
In 2014, Dr. Angie Nicholas was named the Medical/Administrative Director for Einstein Physicians Montgomery, with responsibility for all areas related to the delivery of medical care and clinical services at its primary care practices. She has oversight for a group of over 60 physicians in Montgomery County. Board certified in Family Medicine, she also works clinically at King of Prussia Family Medicine practice. In her role, Dr. Nicholas has worked to enhance the patient experience, quality, productivity and physician engagement.
Prior to joining Einstein, Dr. Nicholas was Senior Director, Clinical Software and Enterprise Services, at Siemens Medical Solutions and was in clinical practice at Colonial Family Practice in Coatesville, Pa. Previously, she was Chief Medical Information Officer for Susquehanna Health for nearly 12 years.
VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF NURSING OFFICER, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER MONTGOMERY
AnnMarie Papa was named Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery in 2014. In her role, she has responsibility for directing the personnel, operations and financial activities for nursing services and the Interventional Platform at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.
With more than 35 years of experience in the nursing field, Papa has worked at Jeanes Hospital, Chestnut Hill Hospital and Doylestown Hospital, serving in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, particularly in the area of emergency services. She joined Einstein from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where she held multiple nursing leadership positions, most recently serving as Clinical Director for Emergency, Observation and Medical Nursing. Papa holds a Doctorate in Nursing Practice and is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Nursing and the Academy of Emergency Nursing.
VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Carol Prushan is responsible for shaping, leading and implementing Einstein Healthcare Network’s fund-raising strategy and growing revenue from a variety of sectors, including major giving, special events, annual fund, grants and contracts, and government funding. She leads efforts to identify new constituencies and further the culture of philanthropy across the network. Prushan has played a major role in the success of The Einstein Campaign, the largest fund-raising effort in the network’s history, which has a goal of raising $150 million by 2016.
Prior to joining Einstein in 2012, she was with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia for nearly 25 years. Prushan started there in a volunteer capacity, leading a number of major initiatives and serving as a member of the Board of Trustees. In 2003, she joined the Federation’s staff, first as Endowments and Leadership Philanthropy Officer and then as Director of Major Gifts, before assuming the role of Senior Development Officer. Previously, Prushan served as Corporate Relations Manager for The Mann Center for the Performing Arts and worked at Bell Atlantic Network Services, where she was involved in marketing and new business development.
PENNY J. REZET
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
Penny J. Rezet was named Chief Legal Officer for Einstein Healthcare Network and its affiliates in 2012. She joined Einstein in 1993, serving as Associate General Counsel until 2004, when she was named Vice President and General Counsel. During her tenure, Rezet has played a major role in various network transactional and transformative initiatives, including those that led to the successful opening of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery. Rezet is responsible for overseeing the network’s legal, risk management and insurance.
Prior to coming to Einstein, Rezet served as an Associate at Drinker, Biddle & Realth LLP in Philadelphia for four years. She also served as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk in the U.S. District Court Delaware. Rezet is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association.
CRAIG J. SIEVING
VICE PRESIDENT FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK
In 2014, Craig Sieving was promoted to Vice President-Facilities Management for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, MossRehab, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park and other facilities. In his role, Craig has responsibility for Maintenance & Engineering, Construction, Environmental Services, Protective Services, Mailroom & Print Shop, Materials Management, Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Property Management and Food & Nutrition Services. Previously, Sieving served as Network Director, Facilities Management, at Einstein for 10 years. During that time, he oversaw numerous large projects that have enhanced the network’s clinical and service areas. Some of his notable accomplishments include implementing a comprehensive energy reduction plan and leading significant contract negotiations with utility providers that resulted in lower energy use and costs, developing and implementing a network-wide Facilities Quality Management System, and redeveloping, implementing and overseeing the network’s regulatory compliance program for the Utility and Fire Safety systems.
STEVEN L. SIVAK, MD
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, EINSTEIN PHYSICIANS PHILADELPHIA
Dr. Steve Sivak was appointed to the position of Chief Medical Officer in 2014, with oversight for Einstein Physicians Philadelphia, a group of 500 providers offering primary care and advanced specialty care and procedures in the greater Philadelphia region. In his role, he provides physician leadership as Einstein develops a clinically integrated network for the organization and its participation in Noble Health Alliance. Over his more than 30-year career, Dr. Sivak has had a strong interest and expertise in the education of medical students and residents and more recently has broadened his experience in population health management.
Prior to joining Einstein in 2001 as the Paul J. Johnson Chairman, Department of Medicine, Dr. Sivak spent nearly seven years as the Program Director, Internal Medicine and Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine for Saint Vincent’s Medical Center in New York. He also worked as the Program Director and Chief of General Internal Medicine at Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla, N.Y., for more than 12 years. In his current role, Dr. Sivak has worked to enhance the patient experience, quality, productivity and physician engagement.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER ELKINS PARK AND MOSSREHAB
In 2016, Thomas Smith was named Chief Operating Officer of Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park and MossRehab, recognized as one of the top rehabilitative hospitals in the United States and one of the top workplaces in the Greater Philadelphia region. In his role, Smith has responsibility for all of MossRehab’s inpatient and outpatient locations, as well as day-to-day oversight of Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, which offers a full range of services, including a 24-hour Emergency Department. Throughout his career, Smith has served in a variety of clinical, programmatic and hospital leadership roles. He joined MossRehab in 1989 as an Occupational Therapist for MossRehab's nationally recognized Stroke and Brain Injury Programs. In 2000, Smith became the program director for the Drucker Brain Injury Center and later served in this capacity for the MossRehab satellite units at Aria Frankford, Aria Bucks and Doylestown Hospitals. In 2011, Smith became the Assistant Vice President for MossRehab and Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park.