HARTZ Search is excited to announce the placement of Christine Stuppy as the new Chief Strategy Officer for Mayfield Brain & Spine!
After an extensive national search, Mayfield Brain & Spine, has selected Ms. Christine Stuppy to join their team! Christine will be their new Chief Strategy Officer responsible for providing visionary leadership and strategic direction for Mayfield Clinic. Ms. Stuppy will focus on improving performance by developing, communicating, and executing strategic objectives designed to differentiate Mayfield Clinic as the premier neurological provider as well as accelerate growth and sustainability.
Our sincere congratulations to Ms. Christine Stuppy and Mayfield Brain & Spine!
Ms. Stuppy joins Mayfield from the Department of Veterans Affairs, where she held the title of Executive Director, Strategic Planning and Analysis, Chief Strategy Officer, Veterans Health Administration, where she was accountable for enterprise-wide strategic and operational planning for Veterans Health Administration, the largest healthcare system in the country, encompassing approximately 160 medical centers, residential treatment facilities and community living centers, and over 1700 outpatient centers, serving over nine million Veterans. Prior to the VA, Christine worked for several years leading strategy and business development for the community division of Johns Hopkins Health System.
Ms. Christine Stuppy earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Finance and Accounting, from the University of Minnesota, and her MBA from Drexel University.
The Mayfield Clinic of Cincinnati, Ohio, has treated hundreds of thousands of patients since its establishment in 1937 by Frank H. Mayfield, MD. Internationally recognized as a leader in neurological surgery, Mayfield has forged a rich and lasting heritage through technical innovation, research, and a commitment to patient care. Mayfield physicians are continuously recognized among the Best Doctors in America and Top Doctors in Greater Cincinnati. Mayfield Clinic’s 20 neurosurgeons and 30 affiliated physicians, nurses and clinical staff, treat approximately 25,000 patients each year from more than 35 states and 13 countries, and perform over 6,000 surgical cases and 10,000 interventional procedures annually. Mayfield Clinic has 4 practice locations throughout the metropolitan service area. Affiliated clinical business ventures include Mayfield Brain & Spine, Mayfield Spine Surgery Center, Mayfield Physical Therapy, Mayfield Education & Research Foundation, and the Mayfield Surgical Innovation Center. The Mayfield Clinic provides clinical and surgical services for nearly all the hospitals in the Cincinnati metro market.