Advocate Condell Medical Center has named Libertyville resident Greg Pritchard as Chair of the Advocate Condell Governing Council. Libertyville resident David Johnson was named Vice Chair, and Green Oaks resident David Williams has been named as a new appointee to the Governing Council.
Pritchard, a Senior Vice President & President, Surgical and Respiratory Care at Hill-Rom, has served on the Advocate Condell Governing Council as Vice Chair since 2009. Pritchard has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, serving in management positions at American Hospital Supply, Baxter, Allegiance and Cardinal. He is the past Chairman for District 128 Foundation for Learning. Pritchard received a B.A. from Duke University in 1980.
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Johnson is a Board Member of Penson Worldwide, and has served as a member of the Advocate Condell Governing Council since 2008. He was formerly a Vice President of DLJ/Pershing Company from 1969 to 1979 and served as First Vice President of marketing and operations at the Chicago Board Options Exchange from 1979 to 1982. Johnson was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley for from 1982 to 2005. Mr. Johnson attended the New York School of Finance.
Williams is currently a Senior Vice President at the Northern Trust Company, and is also the Managing Director for its Wealth Advisory Team in Chicago. Williams has over 26 years of experience in financial services, with a degree in Economics from Ohio University, and an MBA in Finance from Loyola University.
"We are pleased to have Greg Pritchard, Dave Johnson and David Williams on our Governing Council," said Dominica Tallarico, President of Advocate Condell. "Their dedication to our mission of service to the community is greatly appreciated."
The role of Advocate Condell's Governing Council is to support hospital leadership in their pursuit of the hospital's goals, represent the community's interests to the hospital and to serve as an ambassador in the community. Governing Council members are appointed to three-year terms.