St. Francis Medical Center, 601 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton 08629-1986; 609-599-5000. Christy Stephenson, president/CEO. www.stfrancismedical.org.
St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton has named Christy Stephenson, a registered nurse and MBA, to replace its resigning CEO, Jerry Jablonowski.
Jablonowski retired effective September 13 after 10 years on the job. Stephenson was previously the hospital’s executive vice president of strategic and clinical transformation. Before that, Stephenson was president and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson at Hamilton for nearly a decade.
“Christy brings to her position a legacy of healthcare leadership, a proven track record of quality care and robust clinical expertise,” said David L. Knowlton, chairman of the St. Francis Medical Center board of trustees and president of the Healthcare Quality Initiative of New Jersey (U.S. 1, September 4). “She will continue St. Francis’s legacy of service to the Trenton community with compassion and a special commitment to the underserved.”
Stephenson has a bachelor of science from Rider University and an MBA from the Temple School of business. She is a member of the board of the Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, 1 Hamilton Health Place, Hamilton 08619; 609-586-7900; fax, 609-584-6525. Anthony J. Cimino, CEO. www.rwjhamilton.org.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton has signed a lease with Burris Construction Company to allow Burris to develop a short stay private rehabilitation facility on RWJ Hamilton’s campus.
Once construction is complete, the post acute rehabilitation center will be operated and managed by Genesis HealthCare. The facility will contain 110 rooms to be constructed in two phases.
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Rosenbaum Insurance Agency, 353 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; 609-454-3753. Kirt Rosenbaum.
Rosenbaum Insurance Agency, an insurance sales company working with the Farmers insurance group, opened an office on Nassau Street in late August. The two-person office sells personal, commercial, and life insurance.
Carnegie Surgical, 118 Dey Street, Hightstown; 609-249-2695; fax, 208-439-7273. www.carnegiesurgical.com.
Carnegie Surgical, a maker of medical instruments, has closed an office it occupied on Everett Drive. The company’s main office is in Hightstown.
MSG Global Solutions, 302 Carnegie Center, Suite 102, Princeton 08540; 609-524-0401; fax, 609-452-0065. www.msg-systems.com.
MSG Global Solutions has moved from 1 Independence Way to the Carnegie Center.
New Jersey Business & Industry Association, 10 West Lafayette Street, Trenton 08608-0230; 609-393-7707; fax, 609-695-0442. Philip Kirschner, president. www.njbia.org.
The business advocacy group has moved from 102 West State Street to 10 West Lafayette Street.
iXP Corp., 103 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540; 609-759-5100. William E. Metro, CEO. www.ixpcorp.com.
An item in the September 4 issue of U.S. 1 listed incorrect contact information for iXP. The company has moved from South River Road in Cranbury to 103 Main Street in Forrestal Village. Its new phone number is 609-759-5100.
iXP has added 100 employees over the last four years and seen a 50 percent increase in revenue since 2012. CEO William Metro says the company has done more business with local governments as municipalities privatize police dispatching and public safety tasks.