Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:07 am
Jim Pankow, Inc., Plymouth, recently announced the additions of Tony Tislau and Ray Cash as two professionals to their design/build team. Tislau joined the company as an architect in training, specializing in 3D Revit building design, and Cash joined the company as an experienced estimator.
Zimmerman Architectural Studios, Inc., Milwaukee, recently added Jeneen Perkins to its Accounting division as an accountant.
The Milwaukee office of Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer and Associates, Inc. recently announced the following staff additions: Geri Jeffers, and Maggie Fortman, administrative assistants in the Facilities Group, and Kristin Schroeder, proposal coordinator in the Infrastructure Group.
Aurora Health Care recently named Randall McKennie vice president of operations, for Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee. McKennie makes this transition after five years as vice president, operations, for Aurora West Allis Medical Center. McKennie is board certified in health care management as an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow.
Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group recently announced that Dr. Jerry Hardacre II was elected as the 52nd President of the Midwest Surgical Association. Midwest Surgical Association is a surgical organization made up of surgeons who have established reputations as practitioners, authors, teachers, and/or original investigators. Hardacre has been a member MSA since 1993. Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group also recently added two new physicians to its staff. Dr. Joshua Pessin, joined the General Surgery Department at WFH-All Saints, and Dr. Andrea Valeri, obstetrics/gynecology, and is the newest member of Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group’s Women’s Health Department in Racine.
Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, recently added four doctors to its medical staff. They include: Dr.Wesley Lafferty, hospitalist at Columbia St. Mary’s, Milwaukee; Dr, Ty Carroll, endocrinology at Medical College of Wisconsin, West Allis; Dr. Joshua Levin, physical medicine and rehabilitation at Aurora Advanced Healthcare, Mequon; and Dr. Tilottama Majumdar, eICU telemedicine, pulmonary and critical care at Critical Care Solutions, Menomonee Falls.
Froedtert & Community Health senior vice president and chief human resources officer, John Zorbini, recently completed the Health Care Advisory Board’s (HCAB) Fellowship Program. The program encompasses six three-day intensive sessions over the course of two years. In addition to the highly interactive classroom work, assignments and projects are also part of the program. Zorbini, who was a vice president at Community Memorial Hospital before his promotion to a system-level role, was assigned a Community Memorial Hospital coach, who discussed content, reinforced concepts and supported project work between sessions.