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Catholic Health East Appoints Vice President, Compensation and Benefit

March 8, 2011


Tony Camaratto, Vice President Compensation and Benefits

Newtown Square, Pa., Tuesday, March 8, 2011 – Catholic Health East (CHE) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Tony Camaratto as vice president, compensation and benefits.

Camoratto joined CHE in 2008 as director, compensation and benefits. In his new and expanded role, he is responsible for the strategic design, development and implementation of the CHE executive and non-executive compensation programs for the system office and benefits programs for the entire system. He is also responsible for payroll shared services and human resources information services. He ensures that the compensation and benefits programs are properly aligned with other human resource functions and supportive of the health system’s overall objectives.

“Tony’s experience and expertise in compensation and benefits-related matters have been a great asset to CHE,” said Clayton Fitzhugh, CHE’s executive vice president of shared services and chief human resources officer. “We look forward to his continued contributions as he assumes greater leadership responsibilities in these areas.”

Prior to joining CHE, Camoratto was vice president, human resources shared services of Charming Shoppes, Inc., Bensalem, Pa. He earned his Master of Arts, counseling from Rowan College, Glassboro, N.J., his Bachelor of Science in business from Albright College, Reading, Pa., is a certified compensation professional; and a certified employee benefits specialist.

Catholic Health East (CHE) is a multi-institutional Catholic health system, co-sponsored by nine religious congregations and Hope Ministries, a Public Juridic Person within Catholic Health East. Based in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, the System provides the means to ensure the continuation of the Catholic identity and operational strength of the sponsors’ health ministries, which are located in 11 eastern states from Maine to Florida. The CHE system includes 34 acute care hospitals, four long-term acute care hospitals, 25 freestanding and hospital-based long-term care facilities, 14 assisted-living facilities, four continuing care retirement communities, eight behavioral health and rehabilitation facilities, 37 home health/hospice agencies, and numerous ambulatory and community-based health agencies. Catholic Health East facilities employ more than 54,000 full-time employees as partners in ministry.

 

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