Wiltrout named CEO of Canonsburg General Hospital
West Penn Allegheny Health System named Terry Wiltrout to be the CEO of Canonsburg General Hospital, the health system said today.
Wiltrout, 39, had been interim CEO of the North Strabane hospital since June, when former CEO Kim Malinky stepped down.
"Terry is a talented health care executive who has been instrumental in the success of Canonsburg General and the growth of our southern Allegheny County and Washington County market presence over the past several years," said Dr. Keith Ghezzi, interim CEO of West Penn Allegheny.
Wiltrout joined the hospital's leadership team in 2003 and was named vice president of operations in 2007. He began his career with the West Penn Allegheny, which owns Canonsburg General and four other hospitals in the Pittsburgh region, in 1991 as a computer operator.
He most recently led development of West Penn Allegheny's new Outpatient Care Center in Peters.
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