4 CEO moves at orthopedic practices in 2021

Alan Condon -   Print  |

In the past month, Becker's has reported on four CEO moves at orthopedic and spine-focused practices and health systems:

1. Morristown, N.J.-based Altair Health, a physician-managed health system focused on spine care, appointed Mark Farrington CEO.

2. Mr. Farrington left his post as CEO of Mayfield Brain & Spine, a 19-surgeon practice providing care to patients across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The practice is seeking his replacement while Michael Radomski serves as interim CEO.

3. OrthoBethesda, a 14-surgeon group in Maryland, named Emil Engels, MD, CEO.

4. Joe DiPaolo was named CEO of The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey in Sparta, which has 24 providers and eight locations.

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