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Inspira Health Appoints New Assistant Vice President of Oncology Service Line

Inspira Health has appointed Lynne McShay, MHA as the new assistant vice president of its Oncology Service Line. She will oversee Inspira’s nationally accredited cancer programs and comprehensive cancer centers in Vineland and Mullica Hill. Inspira’s cancer services date back to 1979 and now include medical, radiation and surgical oncology specialists and an active clinical trials program.

McShay brings more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry to Inspira, most recently serving as the director of operations for the Abramson Cancer Center at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Her comprehensive knowledge of the oncology service line and extensive experience with both hospital and physician practice operations will support future growth and sharpen Inspira’s focus on meeting the oncology needs of South Jersey. McShay’s expertise also includes the development of tumor-site-specific strategies, high-functioning teams, and collaborative efforts with physicians.

“Lynne’s passion for her work is evident and her leadership experience will enable Inspira’s oncology program to continue to grow and develop,” said Amy Mansue, President and CEO of Inspira Health. “We welcome Lynne to the Inspira family and are grateful for the vast knowledge she will bring to our employees, patients and community.”

In her new role, McShay is responsible for the overall growth and development of the oncology service line, including coordination, development, physician relations and strategic planning for the program. She will also maintain direct oversight of oncology related operations across the network and actively identify and evaluate growth opportunities based on health care trends.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to take on this new role and to join a program with two highly regarded cancer centers that are providing leading -edge care and an exceptional patient experience close to home for South Jersey residents,” said McShay. “I’m looking forward to collaborating with employees and physicians across the network to deliver the best cancer care possible for our community.”

McShay holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Drexel University, as well as a Master of Science degree in healthcare administration and operations from Capella University. She has received multiple certifications from the Wharton School of Business (University of Pennsylvania) Executive Education Program, including operations management, financial accounting, leading organizational change, finance for executives, and women’s executive leadership.