Meadowlands CEO voluntarily taking new role
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Commissioner Considine poses for portrait at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, July 20, 2010. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Commissioner Considine poses for portrait at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, July 20, 2010. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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SECAUCUS – Thomas Considine is resigning voluntarily as CEO of Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center and not being pushed out, according to njbiz.com.

Earlier reports indicated that Considine, who took over as head of the hospital on May 1, had run into conflicts with Richard Lipsky, Meadowlands’ co-owner and board chairman. Considine was initially told he would be running the hospital without interference. Instead he found his decisions repeatedly challenged by Lipsky.

According to the njbiz article, the situation resulted in Considine leaving voluntarily to take on a role with TruPlan, a healthcare plan sponsored by Meadowlands that was spun off as a separate, independent entity.

TruPlan is designed to provide different levels of health services, some with no deductibles or copays for members who use the Meadowlands hospital and doctor network. Considine’s role with the company has not been announced.

Nor have any settlement terms regarding his separation from his role as hospital CEO. When Considine took over three months ago he signed a three-year contract.

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Afif Escheik
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August 07, 2014
First of all my name is spelled AFIF ESCHEIK..... Secondly I wouldn't comment on any article about a place where I used to work, but I being that someone is willing to try and tarnish my name, I am taking valuable time from my regular life to comment.....

Meadowlands hospital would be a great place for patients and employees. That is of course if the negative publicity would cease.

Meadowlands hospital is equipped with upgraded state of the art equipment allowing patients to have better services both diagnostic and surgical.

I personally with the help of my team (you know who you are) have helped bring MHMC from where the past ownership left it to the new upgraded facility it is now.

Have a great day!

Former AVP Of Support Services

GET ALL THE FACTS BEFORE COMMENTING.
Affif Eschik
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August 06, 2014
This place is corrupt when will the government figure that out.