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Moody Chisholm, CEO of St. Vincent's @ JU Public Policy

Moody Chisholm does not hold back when he suggests "that we expand coverage in a meaningful way...". He is unabashed in his opinion, Florida should take the available federal funding for healthcare. This talk was given at JU Public Policy's Health Care Conference on November 13, 2013.

Published April 5, 2014 in News      2 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article


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Moody Chisholm, CEO, St. Vincent’s HealthCare

Moody Chisholm is the President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent’s HealthCare. St. Vincent’s HealthCare is the Jacksonville Ministry of Ascension Health, serving the community with nearly 5,000 associates and 1,000 physicians. St. Vincent’s ministries include St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside, St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside, St. Catherine Labouré Manor, St. Vincent’s Primary Care and Physician Enterprise, Consolidated Laboratory and Pharmacy Services, ambulance services, and Outreach mobile health ministries that serve a 5-county region.

Prior to joining St. Vincent’s, Mr. Chisolm was with Universal Health Services for 24 years, advancing to Vice President of the Acute Care Division of the company with responsibility both as CEO and as the regional leader for multiple hospitals. He was recognized with various leadership awards from Universal Health Services, as well as awards for charitable and community leadership over his tenure in hospitals in Florida, Texas, South Carolina, and Louisiana. Moody has been elected to the first class of Ascension Health’s Leadership Academy. He holds a BS in Hospital Administration and a BS in Economics from Appalachian State University and a Masters degree in business administration from Nova Southeastern University.

Moody sees St. Vincent’s HealthCare as having significant opportunities for growth and for enhanced service within the greater Jacksonville and Clay County areas and is committed to being an active part of both communities.








2 Comments

Redbaron616

April 26, 2014, 11:35:02 PM
What does one expect? Naturally, he wants the taxpayers to pick up the tab for St. Vincent's. The nerve CEOs have to come forward to press issues that do nothing but line their own and their company's pockets is appalling. Same companies prevented auto insurance moving from an expensive no-fault insurance system to an at-fault insurance system. Claimed they would lose money, so drivers in Florida are to continue a system which punishes good drivers. Brilliant.

mtraininjax

April 27, 2014, 12:08:09 AM
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What does one expect? Naturally, he wants the taxpayers to pick up the tab for St. Vincent's. The nerve CEOs have to come forward to press issues that do nothing but line their own and their company's pockets is appalling. Same companies prevented auto insurance moving from an expensive no-fault insurance system to an at-fault insurance system. Claimed they would lose money, so drivers in Florida are to continue a system which punishes good drivers. Brilliant

Right on, and why the heck is the NFL considered a not-for-profit again?
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