MARRIOTTSVILLE, Md. – Following a nationwide search, Bon Secours Health System (BSHSI) today announced the appointment of Clark resident Carlos G. Beato as chief executive officer for Bon Secours New York Health System (BSNY) in Riverdale, New York. Beato will assume his new responsibilities on April 15.
In this CEO position, Beato will report directly to Dr. Marlon Priest, the system’s chief medical officer and executive vice president for senior services and work collaboratively with Brother Art Caliman, president of the board of directors for BSNY. He will be responsible for the effective and efficient management and growth of the BSNY ministry and will provide leadership, vision, inspiration and direction to ensure the success of its patient, resident, physician, employee, operational, financial, community and strategic initiatives.
Beato has 25 years of senior level clinical, management and business development experience in both for-profit, not-for-profit, and faith-based organizations including assisted living, skilled nursing, home care and post-acute rehab. He comes to Bon Secours from United Methodist Homes of New Jersey, where he is currently Corporate Director of Clinical Services. His responsibilities include clinical management oversight of 10 facilities, ranging from HUD housing, CCRC’s, Assisted Living, Memory Support and Skilled Nursing Services with over 1300 residents.
Beato also brings 15 years as CEO of his own consulting company. Clients included hospitals, nursing homes, homecare, hospices and assisted living, including several Bon Secours ministries. Key work focus included compliance/regulatory issues as well as developing strategic partnerships/alliances for profitability.
Dr. Priest stated, “Carlos recognizes that the main focus of the new CEO at Bon Secours New York will be on key external relations and long-range strategic planning. Most importantly, he brings a passion for our mission, as well as a proven leadership tone and relationship-building skills that are consistent with our mission and values.”
Brother Arthur Caliman added, “Bon Secours New York is an important ministry of the Bon Secours Health System, and we are pleased to have a leader and health care professional of Carlos’ caliber here to help this mission continue to flourish. Carlos possesses excellent health care leadership skills with a proven success record in leading complex, quality-oriented health care service strategy and operations.”
Beato earned his Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Jersey City State University in Jersey City, NJ, and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Excelsior College, Albany, NY. Carlos resides in New Jersey with Maria, his wife of 38 years. They have two children, Eryn Casey and Lauren Chervenyak, three grandchildren.
Bon Secours Health System, Inc. based in Marriottsville, Maryland, is a $3.4 billion dollar not-for-profit Catholic health system that owns, manages or joint ventures 19 acute care, 5 long term care, 4 assisted living, 6 retirement communities/senior housing, 14 home care and hospice services, and other facilities, primarily on the East Coast. Bon Secours Health System consists of more than 21,000 caregivers helping people in six states.