Vivoda Promoted to Executive VP
WINFIELD, Ill., July 2, 2009 - Michael V. Vivoda, 49, of Wheaton, has been promoted to executive vice president at Central DuPage Hospital (CDH) in Winfield, Ill. He previously held the title of vice president.
"This was an executive change that supports CDH's ability to improve quality, achieve operational excellence and maintain focus on growth," said President and CEO Luke McGuinness. "During Mike's tenure at CDH, he has led many initiatives that have had a profound impact on our patients."
Vivoda has been instrumental in the 10-year agreement with CDH and Loyola University Health Systems to treat oncology patients in the western suburbs. Among many other projects, he has managed the six CDH Convenient Care Centers; medical imaging and laboratory services throughout the hospital system; behavioral health services, including chemical dependency programs, occupational and employee health systems; and Central DuPage Physician Group.
He also has been responsible for physician recruiting at CDH - which has a medical staff that has grown from 600 to more than 900 physicians in the last three years. Vivoda has spent his entire career in healthcare and joined CDH as a vice president in April 2004.
A graduate of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and he earned his Master of Management through the Executive MBA Program at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Active in his community, Vivoda is a board member of Access DuPage, is a lector at St. Michael's Church in Wheaton and a member of the Wheaton Lion's Club. He and his wife, Cyndi, have two adult children.
About Central DuPage Hospital
Central DuPage Hospital is a nationally recognized 313-bed facility located in Winfield, Ill., a suburb west of Chicago. CDH is a leading center for surgical innovations and was one of the first institutions in the nation to offer robotic-assisted surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery with bio-engineered bone protein and was the first Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in DuPage County.
Recently, CDH was recognized for the second consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report on the list of Best Hospitals in the orthopaedics category.
The hospital is part of an interdependent network of health-care organizations and services, including convenient care centers, occupational health services and a full range of options for senior living, home health and hospice care. For more information or to find a doctor on the CDH medical staff, visit www.cdh.org or call 630-933-4CDH (4234)/ TTY 630-933-4833.
Amy Jo Steinbruecker
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