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About Blythedale

Leadership
Larry Levine
President & CEO

Larry Levine has been the President and CEO of Blythedale Children's Hospital since 2001.  Previously, he was the Executive Director of Schneider Children's Hospital of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System. Mr. Levine has thirty years of experience in the children's hospital field. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to the organization and management of children's hospital services and children's health policy issues, as well as a tireless advocate for the interests of children with special healthcare needs. Mr. Levine has served as a trustee of the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) and has participated in various child advocacy initiatives with NACHRI. Mr. Levine is a graduate of the University of Michigan/School of Public Health where he currently serves as a guest lecturer.

Blythedale’s Senior Management Team
 
Lois Allen
Chief Quality Officer
 
Roni H. Amiel
Chief Information Officer
 
John Canning
Chief Financial Officer

Maureen Desimone, R.N.
Chief Operating Officer

Ron Gallo
Chief Human Resources Officer

Regina Kelly
Chief Planning, Government Relations and Compliance Officer

Scott Klein, M.D., M.H.S.A.
Chief Medical Officer & Chief of Pediatrics

Jane MacDonald
Chief Development Officer
 
Joelle Mast, Ph.D., M.D.
Chief Scientific Officer
 
Susan Murray, L.C.S.W.
Director of Social Work and Care Coordination Services

Jill M. Wegener, M.S.N., R.N., C.C.R.N.
Chief Nursing Officer

 
Topiary

Patient Stories

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Antonio is a cheerful and energetic four-year-old who has a smile that lights up a room
Latest News
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Events
04-09-14 - A Celebration of Blythedale

In the Spotlight

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In August of this last year, a previously healthy and very active five-year-old Peter was