New Executive Team In Place At PHC
Michael S. Kaminski joins the Hospital Center’s team as its Chief Restructuring Officer. Kaminski has overseen several successful hospital turnarounds in the New York City market during his 30- year career and most recently, played a major role in the joining of two hospitals in Kingston, New York. His role at Peninsula Hospital Center will include the right-sizing of the hospital and assisting with the growth and rebuilding plan moving forward.
Thomas W. Egan has been appointed the Hospital Center’s new Chief Financial Officer. In addition to overseeing all financial operations at the hospital, Egan’s responsibilities will include purchasing, medical records, revenue cycle, admitting and case management. Egan brings many years of financial experience to Peninsula Hospital. For the past eleven years, he served as a Special Consultant to the CFO at Brookhaven Hospital and for 32 years prior to that, he held the position of Winthrop-University Hospital’s Senior Vice President- Finance/Chief Financial Officer.
Monica Terrano, CPA, has assumed the role of Director of Finance, bringing her expertise in operating financial operations for hospitals in bankruptcy. Terrano has 15 years of experience having worked for Ernst & Young, Cabrini Health and North General Hospital.
Other additions at Peninsula Hospital Center include the appointments of Abiola Familusi, M.D. as Interim Executive Vice President of Clinical Services, Yossi Axselrud as Director of Information Technology, Miriam Gersh as Chief Networking Officer and Stella Panzarino as the Executive Assistant for the Administrative Offices.
All of the new members of the Executive Team will be working closely with the current Vice President, Operations, Allen Corby, Chief Medical Officer, Peter A. Galvin, M.D., Martin Grossman, M.D., Director, Department of Medicine and Medical Director, Hospice Unit, Peter A. Guiney, D.O., Director Medical Education and Director, Family Practice Residency Program, Robin Blackwell, R.N., Vice President Nursing Services, Chief Nurse Executive and Ron Musselwhite, Vice President, Human Resources.
“We are moving forward,” confirms CEO Todd Miller. “As a team, we have very ambitious plans for the Hospital Center which include the further development of surgical services (in-patient and out-patient), cardiac services, cancer care, family health care, hospice care and a retail pharmacy. I don’t want to oversimplify or underestimate the challenges which lie ahead, but it is our intention to make Peninsula Hospital Center the best community-based hospital in the City.”