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Ronald L. Violi

Chief Executive Officer

Wheeling Hospital Inc

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Wheeling Hospital Inc

1 Medical Park

Wheeling, West Virginia,26003

United States

Company Description

With two hospitals, two clinics, four outpatient centers, a continuous care center and wellness center, Wheeling Hospital provides premium health care to residents of the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia and Eastern Ohio. From labor and delivery to speciali...more

Background Information

Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh


Chief Executive Officer

Children


Chief Executive Officer

Violi


Affiliations

Pittsburgh CLO

Board Member


R & V Associates

Founder


Federal Reserve Bank

Board Member


Civic Light Opera

Board Member


Pittsburgh Italian Scholarship Fund

Board Member


H2Web

Board Member


The Appliance Store

Founder


Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative

Board Member


Education

associate's degree

business


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August, 2013 | WV Center on Budget and Policy

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*Wheeling Hospital CEO Ronald Violi is paid as a contract employee through his consulting firm R&V Associates.
Wheeling Hospital states his salary as CEO was $1,155,000 in 2011, however his firm received total compensation of $3,529,030 directly from the hospital, for "services as CEO and other consulting services." Earlier this year, the mayor of Pittsburgh made headlines when he announced he would be challenging the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's tax-exempt status, claiming the hospital does not perform enough charity care for the nearly $6 billion in gross revenue it takes in annually. His position does not come without precedent, however, as a number of cities around the country have begun exploring Payment in Lieu of Taxes, or PILOT, programs. PILOTs target non-profit organizations like hospitals and universities that often generate millions of dollars or more yearly but do not pay local property or income taxes. According to the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which has published a number of reports on the topic, non-profits may provide essential benefits to the people of a city, region or state yet they still pose a cost on the municipalities in which they are located by consuming public services, such as police protection and roads. While going so far as to challenge a hospital's non-profit status in West Virginia is overkill, it may be worth examining PILOTs around the state, especially as municipal budgets continue to shrink and hospitals continuetogrow. EDIT: Updated CEO compensation graph to reflect officially listed salary of Ronald Violi at Wheeling Hospital rather than the $3.5 million his consulting firm received as initially posted.-bm


R & V Associates » Ronald L. Violi

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Ronald L. Violi
Ronald L. Violi | 412.434.6300 | rlvioli@rvassoc.net Ron Violi has the combined experience of a self-made, retail entrepreneur with decision-making at the highest levels of the corporate health care industry. His unique background makes him extraordinarily suited to guide business leaders who face issues relative to launching a new business, as well as growing and solving inefficiencies in established and mature businesses. Background Mr. Violi is a native of Sharpsburg, PA. He and his wife Patti live in Pittsburgh. They have three children and five grandchildren - all residing in Pittsburgh. Entrepreneurship In 1975, Ron had a vision to implement specialty appliance stores to compete with the then dominant player - the department store. Dedicated execution of that strategy resulted in him co-founding The Appliance Store, which he grew from a start-up store into a retail chain of 58 stores operating in three states. As CEO, Ron lead his co-founder in the development of marketing strategies, implementation of growth through both management and acquisitions, and the ultimate exit strategy of how and when to divest the business. Health Care Expertise As a long-time advocate for children, Ron was elected to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees in 1987. Following years of involvement and demonstration of innovative philanthropic support and leadership, Ron was appointed president and CEO in 1998 to lead the Hospital in times of economic and strategic challenges. Under his leadership, Children's became a successfully operated business, yet maintained as its priority the Hospital's mission to improve the health and well-being of all children through excellence in patient care, teaching and research. Ron served as president and CEO for eight years and also as CEO and chairman of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Board of Trustees. During his leadership, the Hospital faced such challenging issues as transition into managed care, consolidation of employees/business units, financial planning, and the implementation of the first paperless electronic medical records system in the country. During his leadership, fundraising through governmental relations and foundation fundraising efforts increased by $20 million. Since January 2006, Mr. Violi, through R & V Associates, has been involved in the turnaround and management of Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV and currently serves as its chief executive officer. Ron is active on the boards of several local non-profit organizations, including the Civic Light Opera, the Pittsburgh Italian Scholarship Fund and the Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland, Ohio. Ron is an advisor to the President of Point Park College in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, who served five years for his Country. Ronald L. Violi


R & V Associates » Ronald L. Violi

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Ronald L. Violi
R & V Associates > Ronald L. Violi Ronald L. Violi Ronald L. Violi | 412.434.6300 | rlvioli@rvassoc.net Ron Violi has the combined experience of a self-made, retail entrepreneur with decision-making at the highest levels of the corporate health care industry. His unique background makes him extraordinarily suited to guide business leaders who face issues relative to launching a new business, as well as growing and solving inefficiencies in established and mature businesses. Background Mr. Violi is a native of Sharpsburg, PA. He and his wife Patti live in Pittsburgh. They have three children and five grandchildren - all residing in Pittsburgh. Entrepreneurship In 1975, Ron had a vision to implement specialty appliance stores to compete with the then dominant player - the department store. Dedicated execution of that strategy resulted in him co-founding The Appliance Store, which he grew from a start-up store into a retail chain of 58 stores operating in three states. As CEO, Ron lead his co-founder in the development of marketing strategies, implementation of growth through both management and acquisitions, and the ultimate exit strategy of how and when to divest the business. Health Care Expertise As a long-time advocate for children, Ron was elected to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees in 1987. Following years of involvement and demonstration of innovative philanthropic support and leadership, Ron was appointed president and CEO in 1998 to lead the Hospital in times of economic and strategic challenges. Under his leadership, Children's became a successfully operated business, yet maintained as its priority the Hospital's mission to improve the health and well-being of all children through excellence in patient care, teaching and research. Ron served as president and CEO for eight years and also as CEO and chairman of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Board of Trustees. During his leadership, the Hospital faced such challenging issues as transition into managed care, consolidation of employees/business units, financial planning, and the implementation of the first paperless electronic medical records system in the country. During his leadership, fundraising through governmental relations and foundation fundraising efforts increased by $20 million. Since January 2006, Mr. Violi, through R & V Associates, has been involved in the turnaround and management of Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV and currently serves as its chief executive officer. Ron is active on the boards of several local non-profit organizations, including the Civic Light Opera, the Pittsburgh Italian Scholarship Fund and the Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland, Ohio. Ron is an advisor to the President of Point Park College in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, who served five years for his Country. Ronald L. Violi


wtov9.com

"The ranking validates the high level of care provided to our trauma patients," said Ron Violi, Wheeling Hospital chief executive officer.


www.weirtondailytimes.com

"Our goal has always been to keep patients close to their homes and their loved ones," said Wheeling Hospital CEO Ron Violi.
Harmon and Violi have signed a letter of intent for the transaction.


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