Riley Hospital CEO resigns

The president and CEO of Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health has resigned.

Dan Fink, who joined the hospital nearly six years ago as chief operating officer, said in a memo to Riley staff that his last day is Friday. He did not provide a reason for his resignation.

“It has been a pleasure to serve alongside you over the past six years, first as COO and most recently, as CEO,” Fink said in the memo. “I have been fortunate to lead a team that is truly committed to the highest standards in patient care.”

Fink served as CEO the past two years and oversaw the opening of the $475 million Riley Simon Family Tower, the hospital’s single largest expansion.

Marilyn Cox will serve as interim president and CEO while Riley conducts a national search for a new leader.

Cox, a 21-year veteran of the hospital, has served as senior vice president for nursing and patient care services since 1991.

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