Sean Dardeau, CEO of Mary Black Health System — Spartanburg has been promoted to oversee the system’s entire Upstate operation.
Joshua Self will remain CEO of Mary Black Health System — Gaffney, according to the system.
Dardeau has more than 20 years of health care experience and has been with Mary Black since 2014. Since that time he has overseen the construction of a helicopter landing pad at the Spartanburg campus and efforts to reduce emergency room waiting times to under 30 minutes.
“It is a privilege to work with our talented and dedicated employees, medical staff and trustees to deliver high quality, safe care with a personal touch,” said Dardeau, in a news release. “We are very appreciative of the trust placed in us by our Spartanburg and Cherokee County communities and we will continue to strive for excellence in everything we do.”
In the last three years, the Spartanburg campus has also upgraded the Center for Rehabilitative Medicine and Behavioral Health and is in the process of expanding its Family Birthing Center.
The Mary Black Physicians Group has opened a new obstetrics and gynecology practice, a cardiology practice and vascular, urology and orthopedic offices. A primary care practice has recently been opened in Inman and construction is underway for an additional provider location in Spartanburg — Mary Black Physicians Group Family Medicine - Cedar Springs.
The Mary Black Health System is comprised of Mary Black Health System -Spartanburg, Mary Black Health System – Gaffney and Mary Black Physicians Group.