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Jonathon S. Nalli ’94

Brother Nalli serves as Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent, Indiana and Senior Vice President, Ascension Health/Indiana Ministry Market Executive. St. Vincent is a 20-hospital system and one of the largest employers in southern Indiana. Founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1881, the St. Vincent Health System is comprised of quaternary facilities; tertiary and critical access hospitals, specialty centers and a multi-specialty physician group. St. Vincent is a leader in medical excellence delivering high quality care in service areas such as cardiovascular, women’s health, pediatrics, neurosciences, cancer care, orthopedics, bariatrics and trauma. St. Vincent is also the second largest teaching system in the state. In 2015, St. Vincent was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics™, a provider of data-driven analytics and solutions aimed at improving the cost and quality of healthcare.

Mr. Nalli came to St. Vincent in 2014, after a 15-year career with Community Health Systems (CHS) where he served as an executive of multiple markets within the national health system. Prior to joining St. Vincent, he served as CEO of a region in northwest Indiana, where he focused on the growth and development of a comprehensive physician network, and oversaw the development of new sites as well as significant capital construction and renovation projects.

Jonathon was named to the Times of Northwest Indiana “20 Under 40” list in 2008. In 2014, he was honored as an “Up & Comer” by Modern Healthcare – the leader in healthcare business news, research and data. Honorees are recognized as the industry’s rising stars that have made significant contributions in the areas of healthcare administration, management or policy. In addition, he was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Hall of Fame.

Brother Nalli graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Health Administration and earned his MBA from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He currently serves on many boards, including Advantage Health Solutions, Inc. (Board Member), Drexel University (College of Medicine Advisory Board Member), Indiana Hospital Association (Board Member), Indiana Health Information Exchange (Board Member), Indiana Chamber (Board Member), Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety (Board Member), Little Sisters of the Poor (Advisory Board Member), Marian University (Board Member), Suburban Health Organization (Board Member), University of Kentucky (MHA Board of Advisors), and United Way of Central Indiana (Board Member).

He and his wife, Cathleen, reside in Zionsville with their three children, Jonathan, Delaney and Hadley.