LAKE, FLAGLER AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES, Fla., November 21, 2018 – Michelle Rosato has been selected to serve as the regional administrator of oncology services for the AdventHealths located within Lake, Flagler and Volusia counties. This includes AdventHealth DeLand in DeLand, AdventHealth Fish Memorial in Orange City, AdventHealth Flagler in Palm Coast, AdventHealth Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach, AdventHealth New Smyrna in New Smyrna Beach, and AdventHealth Waterman in Tavares.
In this role, Rosato is responsible for developing a patient-centered cancer program using the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary framework.
Rosato has nearly 20 years of experience and most recently served as the director of radiation oncology operations for AdventHealth Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach and AdventHealth Flagler in Palm Coast. During this time, she led the multidisciplinary teams in the delivery of safe, high quality cancer care.
A Daytona Beach resident, Rosato earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and economics from Empire State College in Buffalo, New York, and is a licensed radiation therapist.
About AdventHealth Central Florida Division - North Region
AdventHealth’s parent company, Adventist Health System, has announced that it will soon change its name to AdventHealth. Based in Altamonte Springs, Adventist Health System is one of the nation’s largest faith-based health care systems with nearly 50 hospital campuses in nine states and more than 80,000 employees. As of Jan. 2, 2019, the AdventHealths in Lake, Flagler, and Volusia counties will adopt the AdventHealth name and logo. This name change is not the result of a merger, acquisition or change in ownership, but part of our efforts to help consumers easily identify AdventHealth’s care locations and services. We remain steadfastly committed to delivering whole-person care for the mind, body and spirit and our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ remains the same.