Bogan will take over as UPHS-Marquette CEO

UP Health System-Marquette has a new CEO, but it's a temporary gig.
 
Previous CEO Ed Banos left the area for a job with University Hospital in San Antonio, so Jim Bogan, named market president for UP Health System last year, is stepping up to fill the role while another candidate can be chosen.
 
Bogan has experience in the top dog role, having earlier served as CEO of Portage Health before it became part of UP Health System.
 
"I am pleased to step into the top leadership role at UP Health System – Marquette to help ensure a smooth transition and facilitate a successful national process to find the best candidate to lead the hospital into the future," Bogan says of the move. He adds the change won't have any impact on the construction planning of the new hospital UP Health System plans to build in Marquette, or the growth in other medical service areas.
 
Bogan also had leadership roles previously at Trinity Medical Center in Minot, North Dakota. He has a bachelor's degree from North Dakota State University and an MBA from the University of North Dakota, and is a graduate of the Hospital Administration Program at Concordia College in Minnesota, and a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
 
Writer: Sam Eggleston
Source: UP Health System  - Marquette
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