Dayton Children's names vice president and chief ambulatory officer
Benjamin R. Goodstein has joined Dayton Children’s Hospital as vice president and chief ambulatory officer, effective January 6, 2014. Goodstein replace Gregory Ramey, PhD, who has been named executive director of Dayton Children’s Center for Pediatric Mental Health Resources.
Goodstein most recently served as the director of cardiovascular service line, operations and business development for Aurora BayCare Medical Center, 167-bed hospital serving the Green Bay area. As the director, he was responsible for the cardiac service line for three hospitals, 45 clinics and two surgery centers. Prior to joining Aurora Health Care, Goodstein served as director of service for GE Healthcare in Pittsburgh. He holds a bachelor’s degree in radiologic technology with a minor in business management from Marian University in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin and a master’s in business administration with a finance concentration from Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
As the chief ambulatory officer, Ben will be responsible for all of Dayton Children’s ambulatory specialty clinics and will also oversee the administration of medical imaging and laboratory, genetics, outpatient testing centers, urgent care and the Children’s Health Clinic. Dayton Children’s delivers outpatient specialty care services at its main campus as well as out outpatient care centers in Lima, Middletown and Springfield.
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