Comings, Goings & Promotions
Hadley Joins Brigham as Finance VP at BWFH, and Finance VP and Controller at BWHC
Gerard Hadley has been appointed the vice president of Finance for Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital (BWFH) and vice president of Finance and controller for Brigham and Women’s Health Care (BWHC) beginning on March 1.
Hadley comes to BWH with a wealth of Partners experience. For the past 18 years, he has served as the controller/budget director for Newton-Wellesley Hospital (NWH), including a stint as interim CFO from 2013-14. During his tenure at NWH, Hadley helped lead the financial operations and strategy of the $450 million, 265-bed community hospital. Prior to joining NWH, he served in a variety of finance roles at Lawrence General Regional Health System for eight years.
As part of his role at BWFH, Hadley will serve as a key member of the senior leadership team. He will manage all day-to-day financial operations of the hospital and serve as the on-campus point of contact for directors of Health Information Services, Patient Access Services and Revenue Cycle Management.
Hadley’s role as vice president of Finance and controller for BWHC will include leading the capital management process, driving research and sundry fund support, as well as administering and directing financial processes across BWHC entities from a policy and control perspective.
Alexander Named Executive Director of the Brigham Education Institute
Erik K. Alexander, MD, has been appointed executive director of the newly inaugurated Brigham Education Institute (BEI) at Brigham and Women’s Health Care (BWHC).
Alexander will serve as the first director of the BEI, which was conceived – as part of the hospital’s strategic vision – as a central, cross-department resource for medical education. Modeled after the Brigham Research Institute (BRI), the goal of the BEI is to integrate, facilitate and expand medical training and education across BWH and BWFH.
Alexander, a graduate of Northwestern University Medical School, trained in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology at BWH. His interest in medical education led to studies at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education before joining the BWH faculty in 2002. For 10 years, Alexander has served as the director of Medical Student Education for BWHC and has worked with colleagues to launch the Harvard Medical School (HMS) Principal Clinical Experience and integrate HMS education into the Brigham structure. He presently directs the Core Clerkship and Sub-internship in the Department of Medicine, and is co-chair of the Partners Education Review Board.
“Dr. Alexander’s collaborative nature and expertise naturally align with the mission of the BEI,” said Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, BWHC chief academic officer and senior vice president of Research. “The BEI will serve our faculty, staff and members of the Brigham family, and as we develop the BEI infrastructure, we will share more about ways to become involved in this new endeavor.”
Moore Named Interim Chair of Department of Surgery
Francis “Chip” Moore, Jr., MD, executive vice chair of the Department of Surgery and chief of the Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery, has been appointed interim chair of the Department of Surgery, effective March 1.
An accomplished surgeon, educator and scientist, Moore has been a long-standing member of the Brigham community for more than 40 years. BWH is where he began his surgical training in 1976, and where his late father, Francis Moore, MD, was surgeon in-chief for many years prior to that.
In addition to his clinical practice and administrative roles, Moore is committed to teaching and research and is the Francis D. Moore Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. He has authored more than 250 peer-reviewed publications and has mentored several residents and young faculty members, providing skillful guidance that has helped to shape their careers. His research focuses on reperfusion injury, immunoglobulin, complement activation, thyroid neoplasms and general surgery.