WellSpan Health has named Victoria M. Diamond as senior vice president for the health system, and president of WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital.
Diamond, who has been with WellSpan since 2015, previously served as vice president of ancillary services for the health system, where she led the planning, development and opening of the WellSpan Health and Surgery Center in Hanover. Prior to that, she served as vice president and chief operating officer of WellSpan York Hospital.
“Vicky’s talents and strong leadership have been assets for WellSpan,” said John Porter, executive vice president and chief operating officer, WellSpan Health. “Her achievements in four years with the health system show that she is well-positioned to drive WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital toward continued success in her new and expanded role.”
As president of WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital and senior leader for WellSpan VNA Home Care, she will also serve as lead executive for WellSpan Specialty Services Board of Directors.
“I’ve seen firsthand the exceptional work of WellSpan clinical teams and caregivers and it’s an honor to lead such a talented group at WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital,” said Diamond. “The teamwork approach at WellSpan exemplifies the spirit of this community and it’s fulfilling to be a part of a health system with such strong roots in York County.”
Diamond will also continue to lead WellSpan’s ancillary services, including ambulatory surgery services, laboratory and imaging services, outpatient pharmacy, rehabilitation services, employer services and occupational health, among others.
Previously she served as senior vice president of clinical operations at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Mass. She also served as the executive leader of the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center. Diamond also held various administrative and leadership positions at Partners HealthCare in Boston and NYU Medical Center in New York City.
Diamond has a master’s degree in public administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Queens College, City University of New York.
She is an active leader in the local community, serving on numerous boards, including the United Way of York County.