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Susquehanna Health Announces New Chief Supply Chain Officer

Apr 30, 2015 12:32PM ● Published by Erica Shames

David H. Peck has been appointed to the role of Assistant Vice President/Chief Supply Chain Officer at Susquehanna Health.

Susquehanna Health recently announced that David H. Peck has been appointed to the role of Assistant Vice President/Chief Supply Chain Officer.

Peck comes to Susquehanna Health from Ephrata Community Hospital where he served as Vice President. In addition, he also served as Chairman of the VHA PA Supply Chain Leader Council and member of the Mid Atlantic Purchasing Coalition Operations Committee.

“David has over 15 years of supply chain and operations management experience,” said Robert Kane, President of Divine Providence Hospital. “He is a great addition to the corporate team, and his experience and knowledge will be valuable to our health system.”

Peck earned an MBA from Regis University and was a Command Master Chief at the U.S. Naval Hospital/Joint Task Force in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Peck began on February 23.

About Susquehanna Health

Susquehanna Health is a four-hospital integrated health system including Divine Providence Hospital, Muncy Valley Hospital, Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital and Williamsport Regional Medical Center located in northcentral Pennsylvania. Serving patients from an 11-county region, Susquehanna Health is a healthcare leader and has been recognized at the national and state levels for quality of care. Susquehanna Health offers a wide array of services that include cancer care, heart and vascular care/heart surgery, neurosciences including neurosurgery, orthopedics, urology, OB/GYN, gastrointestinal services, behavioral health, physical rehabilitation, home care, long term care, assisted living and paramedic/ambulance services.

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