Last Tuesday it was announced that current CEO of Cayuga Medical Center (CMC), John Rudd, will be retiring in the fall of 2019. In the same release, it was announced that Dr. Martin Stallone, vice president of physician operations at CMC and president of Cayuga Medical Associates, will be succeeding Rudd starting Jan. 1, 2019. The transition will be final in the fall of 2019 when Stallone will officially take over the duties of CEO of Cayuga Health Systems.
“Retiring from an organization like Cayuga Health System is not an easy decision. I will miss working with our dedicated employees, physicians, volunteers, board of directors, and community partners to advance health care services throughout the region,” said Rudd in the release.
CMCs new CEO, Stallone, attended Cornell University for his Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. Following his undergrad, he attended the University of Pennsylvania for his M.D. where he also did his internship and residency. Stallone also holds a Masters of Business