Annual Event Benefits Programs and Services at Monmouth Medical Center
More than 350 guests recently attended Monmouth Medical Center Foundation’s
44th annual Crystal Ball Gala held at The Molly Pitcher Inn in Red Bank.
The event celebrated Monmouth Medical Center’s achievements and
continued growth and honored Frank J. Vozos, M.D., FACS, with the highly
esteemed Physician Leadership Award.
As President and CEO of Monmouth Medical Center for 17 years, Dr. Vozos
oversaw a period of tremendous growth in both physical expansion and services.
He currently serves as Executive Vice President, RWJBarnabas Health and
Chief Executive, Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus.
Dr. Vozos’ significant accomplishments during his tenure at Monmouth
Medical Center include the expansion of cancer services and the dedication
of the Cheryl L. Diamond Cancer Care Pavilion which connects all Leon
Hess Cancer Center services under one roof, centralizing comprehensive
care, and sustaining world-class protocols close to home. He oversaw the
expansion of the Eisenberg Family Center, and dedication of the Geriatric
Emergency Medicine (GEM) Unit and The Unterberg Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Vozos also orchestrated a partnership between the international non-profit
Cancer Support Community and Monmouth Medical Center which provides cancer
patients and their family members with access to a host of professionally
led programs of support, education and hope, all free of charge.
“As Monmouth has evolved, so has Dr. Vozos’ role within the
RWJBarnabas Health system,” said Bill Arnold, President and CEO
of Monmouth Medical Center. “Drawing on his vast experience as a
surgeon, medical staff leader and hospital chief executive, he is helping
to shape clinical integration, strategy and system growth while also overseeing
the day-to-day operations at Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus.
It is a privilege for me and all of his colleagues to continue to work
side-by-side with him.”
Dr. Vozos began his career at Monmouth Medical Center in 1975 in a five-year
residency program in general surgery. He has been a dedicated member of
the greater Long Branch community ever since. A fellow of the American
College of Surgeons and a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery,
Dr. Vozos served as program director of the general surgery residency
program at Monmouth Medical Center for 20 years and President of the hospital’s
900-member Medical and Dental Staff. In 1998, Dr. Vozos was named President
and CEO of Monmouth Medical Center.
Tara Kelly, vice president of development, Monmouth Medical Center Foundation;
Amy Mansue, president, Southern Region, RWJBarnabas Health; Frank Vozos,
MD, FACS, executive vice president, RWJBarnabas Health and chief executive,
Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus; and Bill Arnold, president and
chief executive officer, Monmouth Medical Center.