Monmouth Medical Center recently announced the addition of Eric Carney
to the facility’s leadership team as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
In this position, Carney will be responsible for the oversight of all
the clinical and non-clinical departments at Monmouth Medical Center.
He previously served as vice president of operations at Saint Barnabas
Medical Center and site administrator for the Barnabas Health Ambulatory
Care Center. In this role, he led efforts to develop an ambulatory network
by acquiring and transitioning freestanding cardiac imaging sites, sleep
laboratories and an infusion center to Saint Barnabas Medical Center,
as well as establish an outpatient laboratory network. He also served
as project lead for the Cyberknife vault project and was service line
leader for Oncology and Neurosciences.
Carney began his career at RWJBarnabas Health more than 20 years ago as
a respiratory therapist. In 1997, he was promoted to administrative director
of respiratory care at Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville. Since
then, he has served in numerous positions of increasing responsibility
across the health system, including administrative director of clinical
operations and assistant vice president of clinical operations at Union
Hospital and assistant vice president of ambulatory services at Saint
Barnabas Medical Center.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in management science from Kean University
and is working on a master’s of Healthcare Administration through
Johns Hopkins University. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare
He is a resident of Howell.