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METROHEALTH SYSTEM NAMES NEW COMMUNICATIONS VP

 METROHEALTH SYSTEM NAMES NEW COMMUNICATIONS VP
 CLEVELAND, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland's MetroHealth System has appointed James G. Gosky as vice president, communications. Gosky begins his new position Dec. 30.
 Gosky comes to MetroHealth from University Hospitals of Cleveland, where he was director of corporate communications. Prior to joining University Hospitals in 1986, he was MetroHealth's assistant director of public relations.
 Gosky will report directly to the system president and chief executive officer, Henry E. Manning. "We're very pleased to welcome Jim back to MetroHealth," said Manning. "We look forward to him filling a key role in our communications strategies."
 As one of the largest hospital systems in Ohio, The MetroHealth System must communicate effectively with a very broad audience. Gosky will be resposible for this systemwide effort with the primary goal to enhance the legitimate reputation of the system as a tertiary level academic medical center.
 Gosky, 34, is president-elect of the American Society for Health Care Marketing and Public Relations and has served on the society's board of directors for the past three years.
 Named to "Who's Who in Public Relations" in 1991, Gosky is a member of the Public Relations Society of America; a past president of both the Ohio Society for Hospital Public Relations and Northeast Ohio Hospital Public Relations Association; and is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators and Association of American Medical Colleges.
 A 1979 graduate of Bowling Green State University, Gosky resides in Lakewood with his wife and three daughters.
 The MetroHealth System is comprised of MetroHealth Medical Center, MetroHealth Saint Luke's Medical Center, MetroHealth Center for Rehabilitation, MetroHealth Hospital for Women, MetroHealth Center for Skilled Nursing Care and MetroHealth Clement Center for Family Care. Metro Life Flight, based at the medical center, is the country's second-busiest emergency air transport system, serving Ohio, neighboring states and Canada. The system also operates an emergency-care facility in Solon, Ohio, and major medical office buildings in Cleveland, Solon, Shaker Heights and Beachwood, Ohio.
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 /CONTACT: Sheryl L. Sereda of the MetroHealth System, 216-459-5712/ CO: MetroHealth System ST: Ohio IN: HEA SU: PER


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