Sussex VP caught in St. Clare's management shakeup

| 22 Feb 2012 | 07:54

    Sussex — The vice president who had been responsible for St. Clare’s Hospital in Sussex Borough is being ousted as part of a management reorganization announced by the hospital’s parent company. On Jan. 20, St. Clare’s Health System announced that five vice presidents will lose their jobs as part of a management shake-up, according to an announcement by president and CEO Leslie D. Hirsch. Stephen Bocskocsky, who had been vice president of St. Clare’s Hospital in Sussex, will leave that position on Jan. 30 and then oversee administration for St. Clare’s nursing facilities in Dover and Denville on an interim basis, said St. Clare’s spokesman Ben Martin. After Jan. 30, oversight of the Sussex hospital will be coordinated between the St. Clare’s management team and senior staff at the facility, said Martin.