Voorhees, NJ – Susan Krum, Au.D, has been named Executive Director of Kennedy Health Alliance and Assistant Vice President for Population Health.
In her new role at Kennedy Health Alliance (KHA), Dr. Krum will provide executive leadership for all components of the multi-practice health network, which provides both primary and specialty care services at office locations in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. Krum will also oversee Kennedy Health’s population health initiatives aimed at improving quality of care and outcomes, while managing costs, for defined groups of patients.
Krum joins Kennedy from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ, where she had served as Vice President of Ambulatory Operations since 2014, a role in which she was responsible for overseeing nearly 40 multi-specialty ambulatory centers. Her career at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital began in 2000, and also included positions as Administrative Director (2011-2012) and Assistant Vice President of Ambulatory Operations (2012-2014).
A graduate of Salus University in Elkins Park, PA, where she earned a Doctor of Audiology degree, Krum also holds a Master’s of Audiology degree from Temple University in Philadelphia.
Krum is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Academy of Audiology, and also holds LEAN Green Belt Certification from International Association for Six Sigma Certification.
Krum resides in Neptune, NJ, with her family, and plans to relocate to the Voorhees, NJ, area.
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About Kennedy Health: Kennedy is a health services delivery system serving southern New Jersey. Kennedy meets the community’s healthcare needs at its hospital campuses in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township, NJ, and at outpatient facilities and medical practices throughout Camden, Gloucester, and Burlington counties. Kennedy has more than 4,600 associates and over 900 Medical Staff members. Kennedy is a three-time “Top Workplaces” winner via Philly.com. Kennedy University Hospital – which received “A” grades in the most recent Leapfrog Group Hospital Safety Score (Spring 2016) – is the primary teaching hospital of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM). Kennedy is also a member of the Jefferson Neuroscience Network (JNN) and the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Network at Jefferson. For more information, visit www.kennedyhealth.org