Virtua has appointed Grayling L. Johnson to its board of trustees. Johnson has held the position of project executive at GREYHAWK. He is also a member of the National Council of Architecture Registration Boards, American Institute of Architects and the city of Camden’s Historic Preservation Committee.
Dr. Carman Ciervo will be serving as executive vice president at Kennedy Health. Ciervo will be working closely with Kennedy’s president and CEO as well as with other Kennedy leaders and staff to advance the organization’s mission and expand services. Ciervo will keep the title he has held since 2014 as chief physician executive at Kennedy Health.
John J. Finley joined the medical staff of Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center where he will continue his practice of interventional cardiology. Finley is board-certified in internal medicine, interventional cardiology and cardiovascular disease.
Dave Gloss and Marcia Gelbart have been appointed co-chairs to The Greater Philadelphia Corporate Volunteer Council. Gloss and Gelbart will work with the council’s steering committee to expand GPCVC membership, increase scope of programming and initiatives and further a culture of corporate volunteerism in companies throughout the region.
Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center has appointed surgeon Harish Kakkilaya to its Bariatric Surgery program. Kakkilaya comes to Lourdes from The Memorial Hospital of Salem County, where he served as chairman of surgery and medical director of Salem Surgical Weight Loss Center. Kakkilaya specializes in laparoscopic and bariatric surgery.
Shirley Denise Richardson has been elected dean of Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing. Richardson’s responsibility will include the overall implementation and administration of the nursing education curriculum for the school, the school’s budget, policies, faculty and student relations and maintenance of state and national accreditations.
NAI Mertz has announced Nilgun Foley has joined the company as a sales associate in the commercial real estate firm’s Mount Laurel office. Foley has a real estate salesperson license in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania to utilize and expand her knowledge in foreign investment in U.S. real estate in development markets.
Brian Smeal, M.D., has joined The Center for Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy at Kennedy as medical director. Smeal is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a certified wound specialist by the American Board of Wound Management.
Diane Rossi has been elected vice president and chief administrative officer for Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford. Rossi will oversee daily operations at the hospital as well as be responsible for functions at Kennedy Health, including environmental services, food and nutrition services and supply chain.
Senate President Steve Sweeney signed a bill this month that will provide an immediate increase of $400 million to the Transportation Trust Fund. The boost in funding will allow the state to make critically needed repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges and the state transit system as well as create jobs and generate economic growth.
Rutgers University’s Center for Innovation Education and Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies are joining forces to administer an executive lifelong learning program focusing on educating corporate leaders on the foundations of Big Data for four days beginning on May 15. Participants will learn about analytical platforms for success, infrastructure setup, security, resource selection, machine learning and artificial intelligence, managing global operations with Big Data systems and mobilizing the C-suite for Big Data analytics.
Sun Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Sun National Bank has announced a net income of $56 million for the quarter that ended Dec. 31, 2016 compared with $1.6 million for the quarter end of Sept. 30, 2016. GREYHAWK announced Rutgers University- Camden’s new Nursing and Science Building in Camden was one of the 19 projects honored by the Alliance for Action in 2017. The $62.5 million project is being financed, in part, by proceeds from Building Our Future Bond Act.
LAMATEK has expanded its manufacturing facility from 49,000 to 92,000 square feet. The company has signed a 10-year lease for the space adjoining its current location. The investment in the additional space will allow the company to provide the same quality and service of the last 34 years.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 7, Issue 4 (April, 2017).
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