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Mercy Flight Central selects new CEO

Rochester Business Journal
May 23, 2014

Mercy Flight Central has picked a retired U.S. Navy captain to serve as its next president and CEO.

Jeffrey Bartkoski, who has 30 years of active duty commissioned service, has been picked by the non-profit organization’s board of directors to take over the leadership role.

Bartkoski had a designation as a naval aviator, flying in multiple helicopter squadrons throughout his career.

In his final Navy assignment, Bartkoski served as the commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit at the University of Rochester, as well as the professor of naval science at the university.

Bartkoski is to take over June 2.
 
Mercy Flight Central was founded as a non-profit in 1992 to provide air medical services to residents

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