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Format: 04/23/2014
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Canonsburg General Hospital CEO Announces Retirement

Friday, May 20th, 2011

Washington, PA (May 20, 2011) - Canonsburg Hospital (CGH) officials announced today that President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kim Malinky will retire in August 2011 after 27 years of service to the hospital. Malinky, who was appointed CEO in 2003, began her career at Canonsburg as a staff nurse.

Under Malinky’s stewardship, CGH has enjoyed significant programmatic growth over the past eight years to meet critical community needs, including construction of a new emergency department and development of an inpatient rehabilitation unit, a hospital-based orthopaedics institute, and a Center for Women’s Health. Most recently, she oversaw a renovation of the hospital’s front lobby and played a key role in the development of West Penn Allegheny Health System’s new Outpatient Care Center – Peters Township. 

“It has been a tremendous honor to serve this community and to help meet the healthcare needs of those who live here. It has also been a true privilege to lead and work along side a very talented group of healthcare professionals who are committed to that personalized care experience for which Canonsburg Hospital is known,” Malinky said.

Joseph Macerelli, Chairman of CGH’s Board of Directors, said Malinky’s contributions to the growth of CGH have been significant.

“Kim has done an exceptional job of leading Canonsburg Hospital and moving it forward during a particularly challenging era in the healthcare industry. She is well respected among the hospital’s employees as well as in the community and will be greatly missed,” said Macerelli. “On behalf of the entire board, I sincerely thank Kim for everything she has accomplished at Canonsburg on behalf of our patients and staff and for the unwavering dedication she has shown in helping us fulfill our mission.”

Throughout her career at CGH, Malinky has been active in many organizations and endeavors aimed at improving the health, welfare and economy of the greater Canonsburg community, including the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, the Washington County Health Partners, the Greater Canonsburg Economic Development Committee, the Canonsburg Business and Professional Women’s Association, the Southpointe CEO Association and Sigma Theta Tau International. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and in 2006 she received the “Outstanding Woman in Business Award” from the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. 

Upon retirement Malinky said she plans to spend more time with her family and grandchildren.


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