A Strong and Trusted Chapters Health System Leadership Team
Andrew Molosky, MBA, CHPCA
As the new president/CEO of Chapters Health System, Andrew knows that the future holds unlimited opportunities for the organization to serve, grow, innovate and most importantly, continue to care for its various communities at the most vulnerable time of their lives.
Andrew has served in senior leadership positions in the post-acute areas of hospice, home care and community-based services for the last 16 years. He recently was the President and Chief Operations Officer of UnityPoint at Home, which is the ambulatory enterprise of UnityPoint Health, the nation’s 11th largest, not-for-profit integrated health system. Prior to joining UnityPoint, Andrew held regional leadership positions with Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, Amedisys Hospice and Palliative Care, and Odyssey Healthcare. The first seven years of his career were with Heartland Hospice and Home Health covering the Ohio markets as Regional Director of Operations.
Andrew completed his undergraduate degree cum laude at the University of Toledo, with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Exercise Science and Cardiac Rehabilitation. He received his Master of Business Administration from the Ken Blanchard College of Business at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. He holds certifications from the Duke University Palliative Care Partnership and the Hospice Education Network. Andrew is a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Administrator and is pursuing his Fellowship from the American College of Healthcare Executives.
As chief financial officer, David O’Neil is responsible for the financial operations of Chapters Health System; provides direct supervision of finance, accounting, revenue cycle, financial planning, decision support and information technology and serves as financial advisor to Chapters Health System senior leadership and the boards of directors.
David has more than two decades of experience serving as chief financial officer with healthcare systems.
Prior to joining Chapters Health System, David held senior leadership positions with Morton Plant Mease Health Care in Clearwater, Town and Country Hospital (now known as Tampa Community Hospital) in Tampa, Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital (now known as Florida Hospital North Pinellas) in Tarpon Springs, and Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tennessee.
David earned his undergraduate degree in Business/Accounting from Minnesota State University, Mankato in Mankato, Minnesota and his Master’s degree in Hospital Administration from the College of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois.
As chief information officer, Sheryl Sypek oversees all aspects of development of the strategic direction and operational oversight of the clinical Information Technology Department. Sheryl is focused on capturing and transforming the business culture into creativity, collaboration and innovation to enable the integrated care delivery model that supports excellence in quality of care and sound business decision-making for Chapters Health System.
Sheryl has led provider IT organizations as a CIO for the last 20 years, including Cape Cod Healthcare in Hyannis, Massachusetts, Jordan Health System in Plymouth, Massachusetts and Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin, Vermont. She also was the Vice President of Information Technology for Infinium Software and most recently was Vice President of HealthNET Systems Consulting. She brings expertise in both strategic and operational leadership for health care information technology across the continuum of patient care.
Adam Stanfield, MBA
As executive director of the Chapters Health Foundation of Chapters Health Foundation, Adam Stanfield is responsible for overall leadership for the development team including strategic visioning, operational management, staff development and community relations and awareness; and the launch of the foundation including the identification, cultivation and recruitment of a separate community-based board of directors; and the overall expansion of fundraising capabilities.
Adam has 25 years of senior level management experience with both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, which includes leadership roles with two foundations. At the beginning of his career, he entered J.C. Penney’s Management Training Program and quickly progressed through multiple positions, ultimately becoming the youngest Operations and Personnel Manager within the Washington, DC Metro area. Adam moved into the philanthropic arena as Executive Director and Chief Development Officer of Hands of Hope Clinic in Atlanta. During his tenure with this organization, he secured $234,000 in grants, expanded the corporate donor base and increased individual contributions. The following four years of Adam’s career were devoted to the community-based Piedmont Henry Hospital Foundation in Stockbridge, Georgia, where he raised more than $4 million and implemented an enterprise-wide grant program. Since 2014, Adam has held the position of Chief Executive and Development Officer for SPCA Florida in Lakeland, where he implanted an annual fundraising campaign and increased corporate funding by more than 200 percent.
Melody Stried is the executive director at LifePath Hospice. She joined the organization in October 2018. In her role as executive director, Melody is directly responsible for overseeing the operations and services that LifePath Hospice delivers in Hillsborough County. She manages more than 625 staff members who provide care for approximately 1,350 patients each day.
Melody has an extensive background in hospice and palliative care in very visible roles and part of senior leadership teams. Recently as a consultant with Hospice Advisors, Melody worked on projects that included opening new hospice locations in Pennsylvania, developing a partnership for local hospices with a funeral home group, and starting a foundation for a for-profit hospice company. Previously Melody was the chief operations officer for Hospice of the Chesapeakein Pasadena, Maryland. In 2009, Melody joined Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care as the director of supportive care progressing to national director of supportive care and patient experience and lastly, executive director/vice president of operations.
Melody received her Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from MacMurray Collegein Jacksonville, Illinois, and her Master of Social Work with a healthcare emphasis from Loyola Universityin Chicago.
Ronald S. Schonwetter, MD, FACP, AGSF, FAAHPM
As the chief medical officer at Chapters Health System, Ronald S. Schonwetter, MD, FACP, AGSF, FAAHPM, is dedicated to accessible care for patients as they face the challenges of advancing age or illness. Dr. Schonwetter joined Hospice of Hillsborough (as Chapters Health System was known) in 1989 and was named executive vice president and chief medical officer in 2005.
Dr. Schonwetter is certified in Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He also previously earned certification as a medical director, a hospice administrator and in geriatric medicine.
Dr. Schonwetter earned his medical degree from the University of South Florida (USF) College of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency programs in the area of Internal Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. In addition, Dr. Schonwetter completed a two-year fellowship in geriatric medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Houston. He previously served as professor and division director of Geriatric Medicine at the USF College of Medicine as well as director of the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program.
Dr. Schonwetter has held various positions with the American Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine including serving as the board’s chair, and the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, serving as the academy’s president in 2006.
Pam Saucier, RN, BSN, MBA
As chief corporate compliance officer, Pam Saucier is responsible for corporate functions related to compliance, risk management, quality assessment and performance improvement, and regulatory affairs. Additionally, her responsibilities include the integration of interdisciplinary standards and practices, and clinical information systems to support clinicians and patient services throughout Chapters Health System. Pam oversees Health Information Management with the ultimate responsibility for setting clinical standards for all Chapters Health System affiliates.
Pam has 23 years of experience in hospice and clinical operations, including her role as the chief operating officer/senior vice president with Haven Hospice in Gainesville, Florida. She was responsible for the day-to-day operations for 12 offices and five inpatient hospice centers in a 13,000-square mile service area.
Dean H. Forman
As chief operating officer, Dean Forman oversees the day-to-day operations of the affiliates and programs of Chapters Health Systemand corporate support initiatives that reinforce the organization’s mission to address the issues related to aging, complex medical conditions and end-of-life concerns.
Dean has over 16 years in hospice operations. In his most recent roles as the Vice President of Operations for the Mid-Atlantic region with Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of Maryland, he was instrumental in the implementation of a strategic plan directing high-impact projects from concept through completion in order to create several hospital-based hospice inpatient units, and initiated and developed strategic partnerships in acute and post-acute environments including hospital-based and palliative care solutions.
Dean received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration Management & Organizational Development from Rider Universityin Lawrenceville, New Jersey and a Masters of Business Administration from La Salle University in Philadelphia.
Manfred “Kyle” Zenkner
Manfred “Kyle” Zenkner is the executive director at Good Shepherd Hospice. He joined the organization in July 2017. In his role as executive director, Kyle is directly responsible for overseeing the operations and services that Good Shepherd Hospice delivers in Polk, Highlands and Hardee counties. He manages more than 300 staff members who provide care for more than 545 patients each day.
Kyle started his 15 year career within hospice in positions that ranged from Executive Director to Vice President of Operations. In 2002, he joined Lion Hospice as the Executive Director/Administrator, where he was responsible for supervising operations for out-patient hospice and was successful in opening their new office in Dallas, Texas in 2005. Most recently, Kyle held the position of Vice President of Operations at Harbor Light Hospice in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, where he was responsible for the overall performance of six hospice agency programs and instrumental in achieving agency growth and fiscal solvency. He also has experience with acquisitions and the due diligence process for both privately held and public agencies.