Alumnus Steve Mackin named president of Mercy Hospital St. Louis

Alumnus Steve Mackin named president of Mercy Hospital St. Louis

TU alumnus Steve Mackin (MBA ’08) has been named president of Mercy Hospital St. Louis. He joined Mercy in March as senior executive for business line development and while in that role, provided leadership in supporting the development of key service areas with an initial focus on cancer services in Mercy’s east region. Prior to joining Mercy, Mackin spent nearly 19 years with Cancer Treatment Centers of America, a national network of five hospitals that serves adult cancer patients. During his tenure, he progressed from a management fellow to executive positions including chief operating officer and interim president of the organization. Mercy Hospital St. Louis, part of Mercy’s eastern Missouri region, is an 859-bed comprehensive teaching hospital. The 80-acre site houses a nine-level heart and vascular hospital, a cancer center, a comprehensive children’s hospital and a surgery center.

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