Monongahela Valley Hospital Thrives With Consistent Leadership


(June 24, 2019 - Carroll Township, Pa.)

R. Carlyn Belczyk photo
R. Carlyn Belczyk serves as Chairman of the MVH, MVHR and The Monongahela Valley Hospital Foundation boards.
When Monongahela Valley Hospital (MVH) and its parent organization, Mon-Vale Health Resources, Inc. (MVHR), begin their new fiscal years on July 1, 2019, they will do so with strong leadership teams committed to the health and wellness of the residents of the mid-Monongahela Valley.

The organizations' elected officers, which have served together in their roles since 2017, include Chairman R. Carlyn Belczyk, Vice Chairman Jeff M. Kotula and Secretary Bradley M. Bassi.

Mrs. Belczyk is a certified public accountant who is accredited in business valuations and is a certified valuation analyst. She was first appointed to the MVH and MVHR boards in 2005. She was elected secretary in 2007, vice chairman in 2010 and chairman in 2015. Mrs. Belczyk also serves as the chairman of The Monongahela Valley Hospital Foundation Board of Directors.

Mr. Kotula, who is president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, was elected to the Board of Directors of Mon-Vale Health Resources, Inc. in 2008 and to the hospital's Board of Trustees in 2009. Mr. Kotula began serving as the secretary to both boards in 2010 and vice chairman of those boards in 2015.

Mr. Bassi is an attorney who is a partner with Bassi, Vreeland & Associates, PC in Charleroi. He was elected to the MVHR and MVH boards in 2012. He was elected secretary in 2017.

Since 2004, Louis J. Panza Jr. has served as the president and CEO and Daniel F. Simmons as the treasurer of MVH and MVHR.

Recent changes to the organizations' boards include the appointment of Dale K. Simpson to the MVHR Board and the election of Mark D. McGinley to the MVH Board of Trustees. Mr. McGinley also retains his directorship on the MVHR Board. Richard A. Barcelona, who served on both boards, and Anthony M. Lombardi, who was an MVHR board member, transitioned to emeritus status.

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