J.W. Childs Appoints Scott Ciccarelli as CEO of Urology Management Associates

13 Dec 2018 News

New Jersey Urology (“NJU”) the leading urology service provider in New Jersey and J.W. Childs Associates (“JWC”), a leading middle-market private equity firm has appointed Scott Ciccarelli as the Chief Executive Officer to the recently formed Urology Management Associates (“UMA”) that provides administrative services to NJU.

“Scott joining is a critical step in the future of UMA and NJU as we strengthen our team to further grow and develop our leading urology centered group,” said Adam Suttin, Managing Partner of JWC.

The partnership between NJU and J.W. Childs represents a unique opportunity to combine the clinical leadership from NJU with the capital and strategic business expertise from J.W. Childs to position the organization for growth and success.

“Our goal is to enable physicians to focus on the delivery of transformative urological care with exceptional outcomes, patient satisfaction, and health cost certainty,” said Ciccarelli, CEO of UMA. “I am honored to be joining the premier physician urology group in the U.S. and look forward to the opportunity of working collaboratively with both the physicians and the UMA team to build a best-in-class management services organization (MSO).”

Scott is an accomplished executive with more than 25 years of experience gained at SRS Health, GE and Meridian Medical Management, with proven operations execution and leadership. In his most recent role, Scott served as President and CEO of SRS Health, a company that provides services and solutions to high volume surgical specialties.

Scott’s background in EHR/PM/RCM will be essential in helping to choose an appropriate IT system for NJU that will drive clinical and operational excellence. The plan includes leveraging his background in outcomes and patient engagement to help advance NJU’s mission – providing high quality urologic care that is comprehensive, compassionate, coordinated, innovative, and accessible to the patients and facilities they serve.

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