Following a nationwide search, Michael Macht-Greenberg, PhD, MPH, who has been serving on an interim basis as one of the associate chief operating officers for McLean Hospital since October 2021, has been selected to assume the chief operating officer (COO) position for McLean, effective immediately.
In this role, Macht-Greenberg will serve as the executive responsible for the operations of all clinical services of McLean.
He will also lead a wide array of non-clinical operations, managing all business and support services, including health information management, regulatory preparation and accreditation, labor relations, emergency preparedness, ancillary service contracts, security services, facilities, materials management, and non-clinical risk management.
“Michael is deeply respected for his dedication to patient care, the efficient ways in which he has addressed operational challenges, and his thoughtful and transparent approach to leadership,” said Scott L. Rauch, MD, president and psychiatrist in chief for McLean.
“I am thrilled that Michael has accepted the COO position, bringing with him a reputation as a strong communicator and partner who is a change champion dedicated to empowering staff and promoting trusted collaborations. As I congratulate Michael on his new role, I would also like to offer my sincerest gratitude to the search committee, led by Roxanne Ruppel, president and chief operating officer for Salem Hospital.”