St. Joseph Mercy Oakland President, CEO to Retire
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland President and CEO Jack Weiner will retire on June 30, 2016.
For more than 10 years, Weiner has led St. Joseph Mercy Oakland through a $300 million campus redevelopment, the establishment of the Michigan Stroke Network (using robots to connect stroke patients with specialists across the state), and the opening of its South Patient Tower.
Prior to joining St. Joseph Mercy Oakland, Weiner was president and CEO of St. Joseph Mercy Macomb, where he led the launch of an open-heart surgery program and a $30 million expansion. His 40-year career in health care includes leadership roles with Grand Rapids' St. Mary's Health Care, and he was president and CEO of Northeastern Hospital in Philadelphia.
Weiner began his administrative career as an administrative resident at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn. His health care career began as a pharmacist when he received his PharmD in clinical pharmacy from Wayne State University.