Ronald T. Sliwinski
Ronald T. Sliwinski was named President and CEO of UW Hospital and Clinics in September 2014.
Prior to being named CEO, Mr. Sliwinski served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of UW Hospital and Clinics, a position he assumed in May 2010.
Ron provides leadership for all operational and management activities in the areas of ambulatory operations, the American Family Children's Hospital, facilities, quality, satisfaction, information technology, support and professional services. He works closely with the senior UW Hospital and Clinics leadership to ensure high quality patient services, financial viability, and to develop strategies to achieve the organization's mission and goals.
Ron joined UW Hospital and Clinics on September 28, 2009, as Vice President of Professional Services where he provided leadership to areas including the clinical laboratory, radiology, pharmacy, purchasing, technology transfer and the Emergency Medicine program. He was also responsible for the Neurosciences and Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Service lines.
Previously, Ron served as Vice President of Operations at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. While there, he held leadership roles working with clinical trials, multidisciplinary clinical programs (such as the Cardiovascular Center), surgery, ancillary, outreach and was instrumental in establishing an advanced imaging research center (AIC) at Dartmouth.
Ron also served in a variety of administrator roles at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, New Hampshire and was a management engineer at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Additionally, his professional background includes serving as an engineer at General Motors Corporation and as a partner at a private engineering consulting firm specializing in environmental engineering.
Ron received his undergraduate degree in organizational development from Kettering University in Michigan and his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Colorado. He is a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives.