Susan A. Fink, MA – Director of Development for Eagleville Foundation
For 20-years, Susan has served in Senior Leadership roles for multiple missions (Philabundance, Soroptimist Int’l, American Refugee Committee, Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation) advocating for and empowering under-represented women, the homeless, hungry, and unemployed, hospital patients, and large global populations displaced due to conflict and natural disaster. She has trained global board of directors and staff in fundraising, branding and communications. Susan has a background in mental health providing residential treatment and running a sub-acute psychiatric unit for adolescents. Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Shippensburg University in industrial and organizational psychology and a Master of Arts degree from Webster University in clinical counseling psychology. She studied international business at Schiller International University in Heidelberg, Germany, and The George Washington University. She has served on the boards of The Association of Fundraising Professionals as VP of Communications; and has served locally on the board of the Women’s Resource Center in Wayne, Pa. She is currently involved with Vision 2020 at Drexel University through their Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership.
Lisa M. Heidrick – Director of Operations for Support Services
Prior to joining Eagleville Hospital, Lisa worked for Temple University Hospital and brings over 25 years of experience in Operations. Her roles have included Director of Environmental Services and Director of Linen Services. Lisa spent the last seven years at Temple Hospital as the Space and Asset Manager which included the day to day operations of Space Management and Assets of a 1.2 million sq. ft. campus.
Denise Kitson – Director of Counseling Services
Prior to joining Eagleville Hospital in early 2015, Denise was Director of Clinical Services at Park Royal Hospital, an acute psychiatric hospital in southwestern Florida. She also served as the Clinical Manager at several other addiction and co-occurring treatment programs, such as Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, and Brandywine Counseling in Delaware. She has twenty years’ experience in clinical services including psychiatric treatment, addiction treatment, case management, staff development, and program management. Denise earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Rutgers University, a Master’s in Social Work from New York University, and holds an active LCSW license in Pennsylvania.
Jon Lepley, D.O. – Director of Medicine
Dr. Lepley has over 15 years of experience providing comprehensive primary medical care and addiction treatment. Prior to joining Eagleville Hospital, Dr. Lepley worked in the Philadelphia Department of Prisons where he designed and implemented a large scale program which provided medication to treat opiate addiction to individuals entering the jail in need of treatment. Under his guidance, this program gained national recognition and became the largest provider of medication assisted treatment in the city of Philadelphia. Dr. Lepley also proudly serves on an Advisory Committee for the Pennsylvania Physicians Health Program, which provides support and advocacy to physicians struggling with addiction or mental illness. Dr. Lepley is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. He earned his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2003.
Wendy Maneval – Chief Legal Officer
Over the past several decades, Wendy has been on forefront of developments in health law, health policy and institutional advancement. She has extensive experience representing diverse health care organizations on legal, regulatory, compliance and business matters, and assisting with strategic planning. Prior to joining Eagleville, she served as Senior Counsel and Privacy Officer at the Christiana Care Health System in Delaware, as in-house counsel at the Devereux Foundation, and as Partner and Of-Counsel for the Philadelphia-based law firm Post & Schell, P.C. Among her many publications and presentations, she was primary author of a two-volume treatise, Health Law and Litigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She received her J.D. degree from Temple University School of Law, and a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Richard Mitchell – Chief Information and Security Officer, Director of Information Technology
Rich directs an excellent team that is responsible for all of our technology needs. Rich brings over twenty-five years’ experience in the Financial and Healthcare Services industries. Prior to joining Eagleville Hospital he served as Manager of Technology Services in the data center at Catholic Health Initiatives in Exton, PA. Rich has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Pennsylvania State University.
Eugene J. Ott, Jr. – Chief Operating Officer
Gene has a demonstrated record of success as an effective senior executive leader with over 25 years of progressive healthcare experience in the areas of finance and operations. His previous experience includes roles as Associate Hospital Director / Vice President of Operations at several East Coast hospitals. Gene earned his Master in Health Administration from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Accounting from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Pennsylvania. Professional affiliations include: American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), and the Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging.
Elizabeth Pitts-Perrong – Vice President of Human Resources
Liz has over 25 years of progressive Human Resources Leadership in both the healthcare and manufacturing industries. Her previous experience includes roles as Vice President of Human Resources for Hazleton General Hospital and Sr. Vice President of Human Resources for Specialty Health LLC with oversight for hospitals in 3 states. She also held various Leadership roles in Human Resources for publicly held manufacturing companies including most recently as Divisional Director of Human Resources with responsibility for 14 locations across 6 states. She has a Master in Human Resources from Leicester University in Leicester, England and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications with a minor in Personnel from Bloomsburg University. She holds dual certifications in Human Resources with both an SPHR and SHRM-SPC. Professional affiliations include: Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM); American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Association (ASHHRA) and American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
Maureen Pollock – Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Pollock is the Chief Executive Officer of Eagleville Hospital. Before joining Eagleville Hospital as Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Pollock served as Director of Planning for Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital, was a Planning Analyst and Consultant for Medicon, Inc., and a Board Member of the Child Guidance Clinic of Delaware County. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from Widener University.
Alfred Salvitti, CPA – Chief Financial Officer
Al brings over twenty-five years’ healthcare finance experience to Eagleville Hospital. He served as CFO for several hospital and healthcare service organizations including one of the country’s largest private psychiatric hospitals–Hospital Group of America; and Alignis, a provider of chiropractic managed care services; and Future Health, a provider of managed care, disease management and wellness services. Al has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Drexel University, and is a CPA in Pennsylvania.
Judy Seyedroudbari – Director of Pharmacy
Judy arrived at Eagleville Hospital in 2013, and brings over fifteen years’ experience to our operations. Her tenure list includes Wesley Rehab Hospital, Select Specialty Hospital, Blue Mountain Hospital, as well as various consulting positions. Judy graduated from Creighton Pharmacy School in 1998.
Dr. Hani Zaki – Director of Psychiatry
Dr. Zaki came to Eagleville by way of Kirkbride Hospital in Philadelphia, where he served as Medical Director for the Dual Diagnosis Unit. He earned a Medical Degree from Cairo, Egypt and completed his psychiatric residency at the Medical College in Philadelphia. Dr. Zaki also completed an M.B.A/M.S. in Health Care Administration and Health Care Finance, and a Master’s of Human Resources Administration, from Temple University School of Business.