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Board of Directors

2019 - 2020

Ed Alberts


Michael Alcasid, MD
Medical Staff President


Atom Avery
Vice Chair


Michael Backus

Timothy R. Barnhart


Gary Bozeman, MD

William Clark

Peter Cullinan

Dan E. Dorsey, Jr.

Lynne Eggert

Victoria Furlong

Adam Gagas

Michael Harlovic,

Ellen Holst

Renato Mandanas, MD

Zach Menter
Mark Slayton,
Ron Tascarella
Scott Van Gorder, DO

Senior Leadership Team

undefinedMichael Harlovic
President and CEO for Oswego Health

Serving as Oswego Health’s President and CEO is Michael A. Harlovic, who joined the health system in July 2017.

In this leadership role, he oversees the strategic, executive and operational guidance for the Oswego Health System, which includes Oswego Hospital, The Manor at Seneca Hill, Springside at Seneca Hill, Oswego Health Home Care, and Physician Care, P.C. The healthcare leader has services and programs conveniently located throughout Oswego County, providing care to more than 120,000 residents.

Michael has 31 years of healthcare experience. He began his healthcare career as a registered nurse and steadily advanced through the years to the position of President and CEO of Allegheny General Hospital, located in Pittsburgh. The hospital is one of eight hospitals located in western Pennsylvania and New York that are a part of the Highmark Health, a vertical integrated diverse health services company, offering insurance and other health-related services to individuals in 50 states.

He spent much of his career, 21 years, at Allegheny Valley Hospital, a 200-bed facility, where he was recognized for his patient experience initiatives, financial oversight and the development of innovative programs that recruited and retained physicians and staff. His time at Allegheny Valley benefits Oswego Health, as the two organizations are somewhat similar in terms of service area size, the number of employees, outpatient services and the distance to a larger city.

Michael earned both his Bachelor and Masters of Science in Nursing degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He holds a professional certificate in executive leadership from The Wharton School, located in Philadelphia.

Marquand Brown
Vice President of Human Resources

Marquand ‘Marq’ Brown is Oswego Health’s Vice President of Human Resources. Brown has 20 years of experience in all areas of human resources, including staff development, attaining organizational-wide engagement opportunities, and building strong human resource partnerships among the many departments within an organization.

He previously worked as Director of Human Resources at New Penn Financial, a national mortgage lender and servicing organization, licensed to lend in 49 states with more than 130 offices across the country. Much of his human resource career was spent at StoneMor, the second largest network of cemeteries and funeral homes in the United States, where he helped build the human resource department from three to 23 staff members. Both companies are based in neighboring Pennsylvania.

Brown graduated from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. He has earned the rigorous certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and certification as a Senior Professional by the Society of Human Resources.

undefinedEric Campbell
Chief Financial Officer

Eric Campbell was named Chief Financial Officer for the Oswego Health system in 2016. At Oswego Health, he oversees an annual budget of approximately $130 million and the system’s total assets of $140 million. As CFO, he is responsible for the oversight of financial reporting, regulatory reporting, financial analysis, budget, materials management, revenue cycle and compliance. He initially joined Oswego Health as Oswego Hospital’s Chief Financial Officer in 2011.

In 2013, Campbell was among those honored as a Forty Under 40 recipient by the Oswego County Business Magazine. This event recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 who are making a positive impact on Oswego County.

Campbell graduated from George Mason University, is a certified public accountant and a member of Healthcare Financial Management Association. Eric also recently completed the Cornell University/ Healthcare Association of New York (HANYS) Academy for Leadership Advancement.

Eric served on the Board of Directors of the Greater-Oswego Fulton Chamber of Commerce as the Treasurer and now serves on the Board of Directors for CenterState CEO. In addition, Eric serves as a member of the Finance Committee for Northern Oswego County Health Services, Inc. and the Board of Directors of United Iroquois Shared Services, Inc.

undefinedJeff Coakley
Chief Operating Officer for Oswego Hospital & Oswego Health Executive Vice President

In this key health system position, Coakley is responsible for the business development functions, including overseeing the growth of Oswego Health and its strategic planning, physician recruitment and community relations.

As the hospital’s Chief Operating Officer, he will continue to develop a positive culture for physicians and staff, thus creating the teamwork necessary as Oswego Health meets the needs of patients and remains competitive in the market.

Coakley, a Fulton native, was initially hired at Oswego Health in 1997 and during his tenure has played an integral role in the organization's growth into a health system. He assisted with the planning, development and construction activities for many facilities within the system, including Springside at Seneca Hill, Oswego Heath’s premier retirement community, as well as the major transformations of the Central Square and Fulton Medical Centers. He currently is directing Oswego Health’s renewal of its BHS program as the health system constructs a new facility in Oswego.

Coakley holds a bachelor's degree from Oswego State University and earned his Masters of Business Administration from Le Moyne College. He is a member of the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development.

Coakley is also an active member of his community. He currently serves as co-chair of the Rural Health Network of Oswego County and is a board member of Oswego County Opportunities.

undefinedValerie Favata
Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer

Valerie Favata, who has nearly 25 years of nursing experience, serves as Oswego Hospital’s Chief Nursing Officer. In this position she is responsible for approximately 400 staff members including clinical directors, nurses, nurse assistants and technicians, respiratory therapists, and social workers.She joined Oswego Health in 2008 as Associate Administrator of Nursing and was named Chief Nursing Officer in 2011.

Favata serves as the secretary of the Central New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders (CNYONEL) and is a member of both the state (NYONEL) and national organizations (AONE). In addition, she is treasurer of the Oswego Health Homecare Board of Managers and is a member of the Farnham Board of Directors.

She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Florida International University and her Master of Science degree from New School University in health services management.

undefinedMargaret Niland Glass
Vice President of Ancillary Services and Privacy Officer

Margaret Niland Glass has worked for the Oswego Health system for nearly 35 years. She initially joined Oswego Health’s social service department and steadily advanced her career to Vice President of Ancillary Services and Privacy Officer.

Among her responsibilities, Margaret oversees the Division of Clinical Support Services which includes: Medical Imaging, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Health Information Management, Rehabilitation Therapy, Lifeline, Nutrition & Food Service, Plant Maintenance, Urgent Care and Project & Facility Planning.

In addition, she serves as Privacy Officer for the organization and Corporate Lead for Patient Experience initiatives. She also assists in the coordination of the Joint Commission survey readiness and survey process.

Along with these work responsibilities, Margaret is an adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego.

Margaret earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, with a concentration in Management from the State University College at Buffalo. She earned her Master’s in Health Care Administration from the New School of Social Research, Syracuse Extension.

undefinedRenato Mandanas, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Renato Mandanas, MD, has been with Oswego Health since 1989 and is currently the health system's chief medical officer. He is a long-serving member of the healthcare system's board of directors. Previously, he served in the roles of vice president of medical affairs and chairman of the department of medicine. Dr. Mandanas completed medical school at the University of the Philippines and his residency in internal medicine at SUNY Buffalo, Mercy Hospital. He also fulfilled a Pulmonary Fellowship at Wayne State University, Detroit Medical Center.

At Oswego Health, Dr. Mandanas has been a performance-excellence and quality leader. He has an in-depth knowledge of national trends and has translated broad strategies into specific objectives and goals related to quality. Dr. Mandanas is currently the president of the Medical Society of the State of New York for Oswego County and is a member of the American College of Physicians and of the American College of Chest Physicians.

Along with his Oswego Health duties, Dr. Mandanas also provides care to patients in his private practice, allowing him to keep current on health trends in the community at large.

undefinedBarry Ryle
Chief Information Officer

Barry Ryle is Oswego Health’s Chief Information Officer, a position he has held since 2011.

In this capacity, Ryle oversees the health system’s technology operations, from strategic planning and implementation to information security management.

Among his responsibilities are ensuring Oswego Health’s physicians and its 1,200 staff members possess the advanced technology allowing them to provide excellent patient care and that community members have access to their medical records through the Oswego Health portal.

Ryle earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Excelsior College in Albany, and his Master’s Degree from SUNY IT in Utica. A 22-year U.S. Army veteran, he retired with the rank of Major serving as the CIO for Evans Army Community Hospital at Fort Carson, Colorado.

undefinedJason Santiago
Chief Operating Officer, The Manor at Seneca Hill & Springside at Seneca Hill

Jason Santiago joined Oswego Health in August 2014. He previously served in leadership positions in nursing home and assisted-living facilities. Santiago previously was the administrator at Camillus Ridge Terrace, an assisted-living facility in Camillus. In this role, he established a quality assurance program, increased occupancy, and established strong relationships with residents and staff. Santiago has also worked at the Auburn Nursing Home, where he earned his administrator's license and was promoted to assistant administrator. In addition to his administrator experience, Santiago has strong financial acumen and held the position of treasury analyst at the Chubb Corporation in Warren, New Jersey. He holds a master of public administration in health services management from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry and graduated from the Dale Carnegie management and leadership training program.

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