Abhinav Rastogi, MBA, MIS, has been named President and CEO of Temple University Hospital (TUH), effective January 1, 2022. Michael A. Young, MHA, FACHE, will remain President and CEO of Temple University Health System (TUHS).
“Abhi’s effective leadership and thorough familiarity with the day-to-day operational and financial performance of Temple University Hospital make him ideally-suited to take on the challenges and the opportunities that lie ahead for TUH,” said Michael Young. “As Executive Vice President of Temple University Health System and Chief Operating Officer of TUH since July 2020, Abhi has worked closely with physician and administrative leaders across all of TUH’s campuses. His outstanding talent for anticipating needs and implementing coordinated action to address issues before they become problems has contributed significantly to TUH’s ongoing success and growth.”
During his 19 years at Temple, Rastogi has served as director of the Project Management Office, Associate Hospital Director of the Pulmonary Service Line, and Senior Vice President Professional Services. Before that, he was a pharmaco-economic data analyst at Temple University’s School of Pharmacy, a consultant for IBM, and a project team leader at Tata Infotech. He earned his MBA/MIS degree from Temple University’s Fox School of Business and Management. Rastogi came to Temple University as an international student after earning his Bachelor of Engineering degree from Mumbai University. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and holds a certificate in IS/IT Project Management.
Young and Rastogi will work together closely to facilitate a smooth transition. Rastogi will focus on the operational effectiveness and financial health of TUH’s Main, Jeanes, Episcopal, and Northeastern campuses while Young focuses on TUHS and its ongoing integration. Rastogi will also work closely with Health System, Hospital, and Medical Staff leadership to invest in medical services and technologies that advance TUH’s long-range goals and plans, in concert with Temple University and Temple’s healthcare enterprise.