Crowley to return as Bon Secours CEO

Maryland Watch

February 28, 1997

Jane Durney Crowley, who was chief executive officer of Bon Secours Baltimore Health Corp. from 1992 until November, will assume the position again, Bon Secours announced yesterday.

Bon Secours Baltimore consisted of Bon Secours Hospital in West Baltimore and a network of related clinics until last fall, when Liberty Medical Center joined the system. Everard O. "Rod" Rutledge, who was chief executive of Liberty, became CEO of the merged system. But earlier this month, Rutledge announced he was leaving to become a vice president of Bon Secours Health System, which is based in Marriottsville. The health system owns more than a dozen hospitals around the country, including Bon Secours Baltimore.

Crowley has worked for the Bon Secours system since 1983.

"The first order of the day," Crowley said, "is to continue the work Rod and I have begun," to get the two hospitals working as a single unit. That will mean, she said yesterday, consolidating such functions as finance, marketing and personnel. However, she said, current medical services will continue on both campuses.

Pub Date: 2/28/97

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