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CHA names Joe Impicciche Chair-elect; Eduardo Conrado joining board

CHA names Joe Impicciche Chair-elect; Eduardo Conrado joining board

The Catholic Health Association of the United States has named Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, MHA, Chief Executive Officer of Ascension, as Vice Chairperson/Chairperson-elect of the CHA Board of Trustees. Also, Eduardo Conrado, President, Ascension, has been elected to the CHA board. Both are effective July 1, 2023.

Joe joined the CHA Board of Trustees on July 1, 2019. The board is responsible for overseeing the affairs of CHA and setting its strategic direction. Members of the board (other than the organization’s President/CEO, who serves ex-officio) are elected to serve three-year terms and may be re-elected to serve second three-year terms. Board members and the Vice Chairperson/Chairperson-elect are nominated by the CHA Governance Committee and are elected by vote of the CHA Membership Assembly.

“These appointments reflect not only the esteem the members of the CHA hold for these two exceptional leaders, but also the work and commitment of associates across Ascension to provide compassionate, personalized care as we lead the transformation of healthcare,” said Nick Ragone, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.

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