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Attorney William P. Conaboy succeeds James L. Brady as Allied Health Services CEO

Attorney William P. Conaboy will succeed James L. Brady as chief executive officer of Allied Health Services.

Mr. Conaboy has served as chief general counsel for the organization and most recently as president.

Mr. Brady, 71, ends nearly half a century at the helm of the post-acute care provider during which time he rehabilitated Allied’s image after a scandal and expanded Allied’s mission and organization.

Allied delivers services from 40 facilities and employs about 3,000. Mr. Conaboy’s task will be marked by positioning Allied for pending health care reform.

Mr. Brady began his life and career in Michigan. He was assistant director of the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oaks, Mich. He joined Geisinger System Services in 1977, ultimately serving as vice president of operations where he was instrumental in the creation of Marworth drug treatment center and Geisinger’s acquisition of the former NPW Hospital in Plains Twp.

In 1986, he was appointed to lead what was then known as Allied Services for the Handicapped in the wake of a scandal and financial woes. The board of directors had ousted Allied leadership as federal and state authorities uncovered misappropriation of Medicare funds to pay for vacations, country club dues, even executive bonuses. Mr. Brady had to restore the organization’s relationship with regulators and deal with a multi-million dollar deficit.

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