Beth Duffy, MBA
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
East Norriton, PA
Beth Duffy is Chief Operating Officer of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, where she has guided the development of the center, overseeing the completion of an estimated 100,000 individual tasks involved in the $350 million project. She previously served as Vice President and Director of Activation Planning, where she collaborated with Montgomery Health System leaders, physicians and employees to create a patient-focused hospital consistent with Einstein’s mission and vision. Duffy began her 28-year career with Einstein as a unit manager and advanced through various positions of increasing leadership and responsibility, including Associate General Director and Assistant Vice President. In 2001, she was named Vice President of Healthcare Services, with executive oversight for 15 clinical, ancillary and nursing departments consisting of more than 1,500 employees with operating expenses of over $183 million. During her career, Duffy became an expert in regulatory matters, successfully leading Einstein through many accreditation and licensure surveys. Among her accomplishments were the implementation of a pharmaceutical program that saved the hospital $1 million a year, and coordination of an initiative that reduced inpatient length of stay from 6 to 5.2 days. Duffy joined Einstein in 1984 after completing her Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration at Temple University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh in 1982.