New Andrews hospital CEO takes office in June
Dr Marvin Rouhotas will join Andrews Memorial Hospital in June as its chief executive officer, replacing Dr Patrick Rutherford who has headed the health facility for two decades.
Rutherford retires at the end of this month.
Rouhotas, who is an American, is said to have 20 years of experience in hospital administration.
Andrews is a 60-bed facility with four operating rooms. It is a private hospital aligned with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Speaking about the facilities, outgoing CEO Rutherford touted the hospital's offerings in a press release, including its diagnostics services, saying "there are improved laboratory facilities and, today, the hospital is in great demand as it offers one of the best services of its kind in Jamaica".