March 13, 2020
Norm Mitry – CEO
Heritage Valley Health System
Norman Mitry is the current President and CEO of Heritage Valley Health System. He is a graduate of RMU where he majored in Finance & Information Systems. He received his Masters In Public Management from CMU. For thirty-six years he has been involved in financial and operational management.
Prior to joining Heritage Valley Health System, he held a variety of positions at Pittsburgh Mercy Health System including: Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, PMHS Chief Operating Officer; Director of Finance; Director of Quality; Manager of Cost Accounting and Budgeting.
In his current position under the direction of the Board of Directors, is responsible for the strategic direction and operation of the entire Integrated Delivery System (IDS) including but not limited to; two (2) full service acute care hospitals, two fund raising foundations, approximately 200 wholly-owned employed physicians in 70+ community based offices operating in four (4) wholly-owned corporations, a captive insurance company, and a number of free standing community based health centers. Heritage Valley Health System generates approximately $475 million in annual revenue, employs over 4,100 individuals, and provides clinical and medical services for over 425 medical staff members in order to meet the healthcare needs of approximately 350,000 covered lives in a sixty (60) mile service area.
So, come out and learn about this growing regional health care system which is independent of the two major health insurance plans.
March 20, 2020
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, is the nation’s largest vintage street race with 10 days of racing, car shows, parties, parades and motorsport events. This year will be the 37th annual race through the streets of Schenley Park.
This is a charity event with the mission to produce a world-class vintage automotive event while raising funds for autistic and intellectually/developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region. Because of the generous support from volunteers and sponsors they have donated $5.5 million since 1983.