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News from Unity

Unity Appoints Vice President of Brand & Talent Management

Unity Health System is pleased to announce that Maryalice Keller has been appointed vice president of Brand & Talent Management. In this role, Keller will oversee Unity’s Corporate Communications, Human Resources, and Education Services departments.

Keller was named acting vice president for Human Resources in April 2009, and appointed to this role permanently in August 2009. She directs all aspects of Human Resources policy development and administration, including recruitment, compensation and HRIS, employee relations, and benefits programs. She also oversees organizational development and talent management activities.

Keller has served in various capacities since joining Park Ridge Health System in 1987 as assistant director of Public Relations. At the time of the affiliation between Park Ridge and St. Mary’s Hospital, she served as vice president of Development & Communications. She helped guide the process of merging the two Foundations, and was instrumental in developing the Unity Health System identity and brand.

Keller holds a B.S. in Journalism from Boston University. She is a long-time member of the Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development and the American Marketing Association, and was a member of the inaugural Leadership Rochester program in 1991. She serves on the board of directors for the School of the Holy Childhood and as chairs of its Public Relations & Development Committee. She is a volunteer with Operation Welcome Home.

Keller lives in Pittsford with her husband, Wade Keller. 

Unity Health System provides a complete network of health care services from the Unity Park Ridge Hospital Campus in the town of Greece, the Unity St. Mary’s Campus in Rochester, and at numerous other sites throughout Rochester and western Monroe County. Services include inpatient and outpatient hospital care and surgery, a family birth place, women’s health services, chemical dependency and mental health, physical medicine and rehabilitation, adult day health and home health programs for older adults, retirement communities, child care, and laboratory services, among many others.