Family Hospice looking for CEO
Family Hospice and Palliative Care, a Mt. Lebanon-based nonprofit organization, said it has appointed an interim CEO and begun a national search for a replacement now that its top executive said he would step down at the end of January.
Family Hospice, which provides end-of-life care across Western Pennsylvania, said Chief Financial Officer Franco Insana would take over for Rafael Sciullo, who is leaving for Suncoast Hospice in Florida.
The company has five offices that serve nine counties in Western Pennsylvania, with 210 employees.
The national search for a CEO could take up to six months.
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