Hospitals

Fletcher Allen executive becomes MetroHealth chief operating officer

Angeline M. Marano was also the senior operating officer at University Hospitals in Cleveland for seven years before leaving in 2004 to become the senior vice president and chief operating officer at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Vermont. At Metro, she’ll manage the operating and capital budgets; oversee benchmarks in quality, customer service, productivity and cost.

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A former University Hospitals executive will hold the newly created position of chief operating officer at MetroHealth Medical Center.

Angeline M. Marano was the senior operating officer at UH for seven years before leaving in 2004 to become the senior vice president and chief operating officer at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Vermont. At Metro, she’ll manage the operating and capital budgets; oversee benchmarks in quality, customer service, productivity and cost, according to a MetroHealth release. She’ll also work directly with executives overseeing departments including nursing, medical operations, systems services and new patient care units created during a recent hospital reorganization.

She will make a $440,000 base salary in the position — $60,000 less than chief executive Mark Moran. Marano could receive a 20 percent bonus if she meets certain benchmarks.

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“What impressed us most about Angie was her range of experience in administration at non-profit and for-profit health-care organizations both outside and inside the Cleveland region,” Dr. Patrick Catalano, the chairman of Obstetrics/Gynecology who lead the search committee, stated in a press release.

Marano is the first chief operating officer at MetroHealth in at least a decade.