Larry M. Goldberg, president/CEO, Loyola University Health System
Larry M. Goldberg has been selected as president and chief executive of Loyola University Health System, effective in mid-October. Goldberg, 49, comes to Loyola from Vanderbilt University Hospital, where he was CEO and led a multiyear strategic initiative to improve profitability. He also oversaw the planning and construction of a 141-bed critical-care patient tower and supported the development of the Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute. Before joining the leadership team at Vanderbilt, Goldberg was vice president of hospital operations at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He managed all support, diagnostic, therapeutic and ambulatory care services. Goldberg replaces Daniel G. Hale, who has been LUHS' interim president and CEO since July 1, 2011, when the health system became a part of Trinity Health, an organization of 47 hospitals based in Novi, Mich. Hale is executive vice president of the Trinity Institute for Health and Community Benefits at Trinity Health. Goldberg received a master's degree in health administration from Duke University and a bachelor's degree in health policy and administration from the University of North Carolina.