Anthony (Tony) Campagna, Chief Executive Officer
Tony has been an employee of the Conemaugh Health System since 1981 where he began as the hospital’s microbiologist, eventually becoming the Director of Laboratory Services in 1988. He was named Executive Director of Diagnostic Services in 2008 at which time his responsibilities included the oversight of the ancillary departments (laboratory, imaging and emergency medicine). In January 2015, Tony was appointed Vice President, Ancillary and Post Acute Services and in 2018 he took on responsibility for the Support Services Division as well.
He is also responsible for leading the organization’s Lean Six Sigma journey and has previously served as a Keystone Alliance for Performance Excellence (KAPE) examiner.
Tony received his Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Biology in 1981 from the University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown, his Medical Technology certification from Conemaugh’s Memorial Medical Center in 1982, and his Masters Degree in Business Administration from St. Francis University.
Tony is Board Certified, Medical Technology (1983) and Board Certified, Specialist in Microbiology (1988), both from the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. He has been a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists since 1983. He is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Pamela Swansboro, MS, RN - CNO
Pam Swansboro joined the Conemaugh Meyersdale Medical Center in January 2019 as Chief Nursing Officer. She has served in the Conemaugh Health System since 2006 bringing with her more than 23-years of nursing and administrative experience. Pam served as the Director of Nursing at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center from 2006 to 2019. Prior to joining the Conemaugh Health System team, she was a nurse educator/employee health nurse in a LTAC facility, and a supervisor then director for a community hospital.
A native of Johnstown, Pam holds a BSN from Edinboro State College and a Master Degree in Nursing Administration from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
She is an appointed member of the PA Governor’s Office for the Organ Donation Advisory Committee. She serves on local advisory boards for high schools, career and technology centers, and local universities to promote and recruit future healthcare workers.