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Atlantic Health System’s Amy Perry Named to Becker’s 130 Women Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems to Know List

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MORRSITOWN, NJ - Atlantic Health System, an integrated health care delivery system, today announced that Amy Perry, CEO of the Hospital Division and Senior Vice President of Integrated Care Delivery, has been named to Becker's Healthcare’s 130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know list.

Women on the list, which includes hospital and health system executives from institutions across the nation, were selected based on after the healthcare publication’s editorial team evaluation of their management and leadership skills and career accomplishments. Each woman named to the list promotes organizational growth, compassionate care, and diversity.

Amy is recognized for developing and managing strategic growth initiatives across Atlantic Health System's six hospitals, specialty service lines, ambulatory and post-acute care services. Additionally, Amy’s passion for working to make quality healthcare truly accessible and affordable plays an important role in Atlantic Health System’s ambulatory expansion initiative, creating more points of access to connect Atlantic Health System with more than one million lives per year.  

Prior to Atlantic Health System, Amy served as Executive Vice President for LifeBridge Health in Baltimore. In that role, she concurrently served as President of Sinai Hospital, Maryland’s largest independent academic and research hospital. Prior to joining LifeBridge, Amy had a 20-year tenure in roles of increasing responsibility with Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. She served as Vice President, Administration; President and CEO of the Mount Sinai Foundation; and finally, as Senior Vice President, COO. In 2013, she was named one of Baltimore Sun's 50 Women to Watch and was featured in a local ABC News series on women breaking workforce barriers.

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