Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital recently announced the appointment of Michael P. Rosiak (pictured right) as its chief operating officer (COO) of Pediatric Acute and Ambulatory Care Services. According to a news release, Rosiak brings more than 26 years of executive-level health care experience to his position at the hospital, which provides pediatric rehabilitation and medical day care throughout Southern New Jersey.
In his new role, Rosiak is responsible for managing operational and financial functions while monitoring and ensuring positive rehabilitative outcomes and patient satisfaction. The hospital notes that most recently, Rosiak served as vice president of Performance Management for Continuum Health Alliance LLC, as vice president and COO of a health care services consultancy, and as Voorhees Pediatric Facility’s (VPF) executive director of Clinical Services.
The release reports that as leader of the VPF program development team, Rosiak played a key role in the facilitation of Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, broadening the pediatric services from one to eight clinical programs located across multiple physical sites. The hospital adds that Rosiak is also the co-founder and president of the New Jersey Pediatric Patients Charitable Trust Fund Inc.
Andrew S. Weisman, governing body president, emphasizes that Rosiak’s knowledge of Weiman’s programs, health care and managerial experience, and leadership role in the development of industry programs makes him “an ideal fit for our Pediatric Acute Care Division. We are very pleased that he has joined Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital and will play a key role in our dedication to improving the lives of our patients and their families,” Weisman says.
[Source: Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital]