GSRN Promotes Mike Cirba to CIO and Welcomes Back Mike Bonner as Vice President, Neurosciences
Mike Cirba recently was promoted to chief information officer (CIO) of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, and Good Shepherd recently named Michael A. Bonner, MBA, as vice president, Neurosciences.
Lehighton resident Cirba has been with Good Shepherd since 2007, most recently serving as interim CIO. Prior to joining Good Shepherd, Cirba was Director of Systems at CIGNA Pharmaceutical in Horsham and Director of Systems Architecture at Eclipsys Corporation in Malvern. He also served for 10 years as Director of Information Technology at MossRehab Hospital in Philadelphia. Cirba received a bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University.
As CIO, Cirba leads all information technology (IT) functions for Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, based in the Lehigh Valley, and Good Shepherd Penn Partners, based in Philadelphia. He will continue to advance electronic clinical applications, such as these current IT projects: a new electronic medical record repository and new single sign-on technology that will eliminate the need for clinicians to sign on to multiple systems.
Schnecksville resident Bonner recently rejoined Good Shepherd after spending almost five years as director, Specialty Program Development, for Lehigh Valley Health Network. Bonner previously worked for Good Shepherd from 1992 through 2006, last serving as director, Neurorehabilitation Services.
Bonner earned a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services and public health administration from East Stroudsburg University. He also holds an MBA from DeSales University. Bonner is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, serving on the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Facilities committee. He is an affiliate of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Healthcare Executive Network. Bonner serves on the Business Advisory Council at DeSales University.
As Good Shepherd’s vice president of Neurosciences, Bonner leads the Neurorehabilitation Service Line and oversees inpatient and outpatient neurorehabilitation programs, such as the Stroke Program, Concussion Program, Vision Program and Rehabilitation Technology Program.