UPHS Marquette CEO resigns

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UP Health System – Marquette announced Wednesday the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Ed Banos.

Banos has served as CEO of UP Health System- Marquette since 2013, and is pursuing an opportunity at University Hospital in San Antonio, Texas.

UPHS – Marquette has announced that Jim Bogan, the Market President for UP Health System, will be assuming the top leadership post at the hospital while a national search is launched for a new permanent CEO. Bogan will assume the position on an interim basis effective June 11, following Ed Banos’ departure.

“I am pleased to step into the top leadership role at UP Health System – Marquette to help ensure a smooth transition and facilitate a successful national process to find the best candidate to lead the hospital into the future,” Bogan said. “Ed’s contributions to the hospital and UP Health System have been tremendous, and we wish him further success in this next chapter of his career.”

Bogan continued, “The leadership change will not impact progress with construction planning of our new hospital in Marquette or the expansion of several key medical services. I am confident that this change will be seamless for our employees, physicians and the community.”

Bogan was named Market President of UP Health System in April 2014. He previously served as CEO of Portage Health, now UP Health System – Portage in Hancock, a sister-facility to UP Health System – Marquette. Also included in UP Health System is UP Health System – Bell in Ishpeming.

Among Bogan’s accomplishments at UP Health System – Portage, he directed the construction and occupancy of a new $30 million healthcare facility, established an integrated medical group affiliated with the hospital, developed a thriving volunteer program, and successfully led hospital operations for 24 years. Prior to leading Portage, Bogan served in numerous leadership positions at Trinity Medical Center in Minot, North Dakota, from 1974-1989. He earned his MBA from the University of North Dakota and his bachelor’s degree from North Dakota State University. He also is a graduate of the Hospital Administration Program at Concordia College in Minnesota and is an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow.

Bogan will maintain his duties as Market President while he is serving as interim CEO of the Marquette facility.

About UP Health System – Marquette
Part of Duke LifePoint Healthcare, UP Health System – Marquette is a federally designated Regional Referral Center and a member of Superior Health Partners. We are the regional medical center for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and beyond. Our hospital is the region’s Level II Trauma Center. UP Health System – Marquette receives patients from throughout Upper Michigan and provides care in 65 specialties and subspecialties. Our medical staff of more than 200 doctors works as a team with our more than 2,000 employees in caring for approximately 12,000 inpatients and more than 350,000 outpatients a year. UP Health System – Marquette also services many of the communities in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, with 42 primary and specialty care clinics spread throughout the region. For additional information, visit www.mgh.org.

About Duke LifePoint Healthcare
Duke LifePoint Healthcare, a joint venture of Duke University Health System, Inc. and LifePoint Health (NASDAQ: LPNT), was established to build a dynamic network of hospitals and healthcare providers. The joint venture, which brings together LifePoint’s experience in community-based hospital management and Duke’s world-renowned leadership in clinical service, is strengthening and improving healthcare delivery by providing community hospitals the clinical, quality and operational resources they need to grow and prosper.

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