CHARLESTON, S.C. — There are now three finalists for the job of president of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
The Post and Courier reports the college board of trustees hopes to select a new president within the next several weeks to replace Dr. Ray Greenberg.
Greenberg left last year for a position at the University of Texas hospital system. About 50 people applied for the job.
The three finalists are Dr. David Cole, now the chairman of surgery at MUSC; Dr. Joanne Conroy, chief health care officer for the Association of American Medical Colleges; and Dr. Ora Pescovitz.
Pescovitz is the CEO of the University of Michigan Health system and executive vice president for medical affairs at the University of Michigan.