Michael Curran, an experienced hospital and healthcare executive, has been named President of Crozer-Chester Medical Center. He has served in this role on an interim basis since September 2016.
Before coming to Crozer-Keystone, Curran spent eight years in Chicago in operations and business development roles, including serving as Chief Operating Officer for two urban hospitals and supporting organizations ranging from a 71-bed rural hospital to a 500+ bed public health system. Prior to his time in Chicago, he worked as an executive in a 58-facility for-profit health system, including serving as Chief Executive Officer at facilities in suburban Dallas, downtown Chicago and Central Washington. Earlier in his career, he served as Chief Operating Officer for two hospitals in southwest Florida.
Curran earned a bachelor’s in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master’s in Health Administration from Cornell University.
Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Crozer) is a tertiary-care teaching hospital in Upland, Pa. The medical center is part of the Crozer-Keystone Health System, the largest employer and health care provider in Delaware County. Crozer features the county’s only trauma and burn centers, a regional cancer center, a regional kidney transplant center, a Level III intensive care nursery, and advanced outpatient, surgical and acute care services. For more information about Crozer or Crozer-Keystone, visit crozerkeystone.org.