1. Mark R. Tolosky

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  2. About Mark R. Tolosky

    Mark R. Tolosky

    Mark R. Tolosky is the President/CEO of Baystate Health.  

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    1. We do believe in keeping care local and close to home.
      In CEO of Wing Memorial Hospital in Palmer welcomes potential acquisition by Baystate Health System
    2. In a place like this it is just an incredibly disciplined process.
      In Baystate Health president and CEO Mark Tolosky to step down; Dr. Mark Keroack named successor
    3. We have revitalized a part of Springfield with our northern edge medical campus.
      In Baystate Health president and CEO Mark Tolosky to step down; Dr. Mark Keroack named successor
    4. I think a physician obviously has a quicker grasp of clinical issues.
      In Baystate Health president and CEO Mark Tolosky to step down; Dr. Mark Keroack named successor
    5. I am most appreciative of this recognition and humbly accept the Advocate Award on behalf of the entire Baystate Health organization, of which it is my privilege to serve. I am most grateful for their support over the years.
      In Baystate Health President honored with prestigious award
    6. This is a sizable investment in Baystate Health and our community – and it is greatly appreciated.
      In MassMutual donates $3 million to Baystate Medical Center’s Springfield expansion
    7. Our mission is not just to take care of people when they are sick, it is to be a partner to our communities and a good corporate citizen, and we believe that contributing again to the city of Springfield is the right thing to do.
      In Baystate Health agrees to payment in lieu of taxes to Springfield; city to pursue contributions from other nonprofits