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Diane Rossi


Stratford, NJ -- Diane Rossi has been named Vice President/Chief Administrative Officer for Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford, NJ, one of three hospitals that are part of South Jersey-based Kennedy Health.

Rossi joined Kennedy in 2013 as Vice President of Supply Chain. In her new role, Rossi will oversee daily operations at the 181-bed acute care hospital, which houses an accredited bariatric surgery program, a medical unit specific to older patients (the ACE Unit), and a hospice unit, among many other programs and services. Rossi also has system-wide responsibility for several key functions at Kennedy Health, including Environmental Services, Food & Nutrition Services, and Supply Chain.

With an extensive background in health care management – including experience in both hospitals and managed care organizations – Rossi spent several years with Universal Health Services in King of Prussia, Pa., and held professional roles with Tenet Healthcare, Allegheny Health System, and AETNA/US Healthcare, before joining Kennedy.

A resident of Blue Bell, Pa., Rossi holds an MBA from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., and earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Gwynedd Mercy College in Gwynedd Valley, Pa.

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About Kennedy: Kennedy is a health services delivery system serving southern New Jersey. Kennedy meets the community’s health care 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 4,700 associates and over 900 Medical Staff members. Kennedy is a three-time “Top Workplaces” winner via Kennedy University Hospital 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