Leadership Appointments at Alice Peck Day
To guide Alice Peck Day through the challenges of health care reform, the corporation’s Board of Trustees has chosen two accomplished managers to fill key leadership roles.
Susan E. Mooney, MD, MS, FACOG., has been named President and CEO of Alice Peck Day Health Systems, and J. Todd Miller, MS will be the new President and CEO of Alice Peck Day's Lifecare Center. Both appointments are effective on April 8 of this year.
Dr. Mooney's new role is in addition to her present position as President and CEO of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. She brings to her work a dedication to patient and family centered care—a medical philosophy that strengthens communication between providers and patients, improves access and outcomes, helps to lower costs, and reduces the need for services.
Since joining APD in 2000 as an obstetrician and gynecologist, Dr. Mooney has served in a variety of leadership positions, including Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director for Quality Improvement. She received her medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and completed her residency at the University of New Mexico Medical Center at Albuquerque. Dr. Mooney also holds an M.S. in Quality Improvement from the Center for Evaluative Clinical Sciences at Dartmouth College.
Todd Miller's leadership of the Lifecare Center will be enhanced by an in-depth knowledge of Alice Peck Day, thanks to his many years of prior service as chairman of the corporation’s Board of Trustees.
Mr. Miller's background also includes 18 years as a manager with The Timken Company, and 12 years as president of New Hampshire Industries—where his focus was on delivering the highest level of value to customers. He received a master's degree in organizational development and analysis from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Mooney and Mr. Miller will carry out Alice Peck Day's mission of delivering top quality care in a warm, comfortable atmosphere in which patients are treated like family. From its early days as a small cottage hospital, APD has grown with the 20 communities it serves, offering primary care, independent and assisted living, and specialty services.