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Welcome Daniel B. Woloszyn, Psych.D. as CEO at Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Indianapolis – Indiana University Health and St. Vincent Health jointly announced the selection of Daniel B. Woloszyn, Psy.D., as the new chief executive officer of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI). Woloszyn takes over for Sidney Norton, chief financial officer for RHI, who has been serving as RHI’s interim chief executive officer since September 2010.
“Dan brings the organizational leadership expertise and clinical experience needed to help RHI ensure the best rehabilitation care is here in Indiana,” said Flora Hammond, M.D., chief of Medical Affairs, RHI.
“Having just celebrated 20 years of providing a full range of rehabilitation services to patients, we are very pleased to enhance RHI’s ability to serve our community with Dan’s proven health care leadership, and strong clinical and research expertise in brain injury and stroke,” said Samuel Odle, FACHE, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Indianapolis Operations, Indiana University Health.
“Dan’s extensive rehabilitation medicine knowledge, leadership and experience aligns with the mission, vision and values of RHI,” said Ian Worden, chief operating officer of St.Vincent Health. “We welcome Dan to the RHI family, as his insight and strategic direction will ensure we continue to deliver the highest level of rehabilitation services for patients and families throughout Indiana.”
Dr. Woloszyn comes to RHI from Van Matre HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Rockford, Illinois, where he served as chief executive officer since 2003. He has been active in Washington D.C. advocating for post acute rehabilitation services legislation, and providing consultative work around rehabilitation medicine in hospital systems across the United States.
From 1992 to 2002, Dr. Woloszyn served as the clinical chief and manager of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology at Rockford Memorial Hospital’s Van Matre Rehabilitation Center. During this time, he also worked as director of therapy operations and neuropsychological consultant at Midwestern University’s Institute for Forensic Psychiatry in Chicago. Relevant to RHI, he has 20 years of extensive clinical background as a clinical neuropsychologist with a focus on brain injury and other neurologic conditions. He also has conducted research in the areas of stroke and has been a frequent speaker on the areas of brain injury and hospital operations and leadership.
Daniel Woloszyn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Pre-Medicine from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, and a Doctorial degree in Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. He completed a clinical psychology internship and neuropsychology residency at West Side V.A. Medical Center in Chicago, and was a postdoctoral neuropsychology fellow at the Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital & Clinics in Wheaton, Illinois.