Mary Lou Mastro


Meet Mary Lou Mastro, MS, RN, CEO.

Mary Lou served as System Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Edward-Elmhurst Health since 2016. With more than 45 years working in hospitals and health systems she has made it her mission to transform the healthcare experience by making it safe, seamless and personal. As CEO, Mary Lou led the EEH merger with NorthShore, helping to enable the creation of NorthShore – Edward Elmhurst Health as a regional destination for differentiated vibrant, community connected healthcare.

Mary Lou now serves as CEO of the South Region of NorthShore – Edward-Elmhurst Health, which includes Edward Hospital, Elmhurst Hospital, and Linden Oaks Behavioral Health.

Mary Lou earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from DePauw University and her master’s degree from Rush University in Chicago. Among many honors, she received the Rotary Club of Naperville’s Paul Harris Community Service award for advocacy of mental health awareness and transforming Linden Oaks into a regional resource for mental healthcare. She is past Chairman of the American Hospital Association Governing Council for Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Services and is a past Trustee on the Illinois Hospital Association Board.

She currently serves on the Regional Policy Board for the American Hospital Association. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and is a board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Chicago and the Kennedy Forum Leadership Council.

Don’t miss Mary Lou’s Healthy Driven Stories!

Number of Posts: 51
Contributor Since: 4/28/2017
Favorite Category: Popular

5 questions many people never ask their doctor – but should

February 26, 2018
Become an advocate for your health!

What are you working on?

January 18, 2018
What's your New Year resolution?

We are unstoppable

January 02, 2018
We never stop moving your health — or our technology, innovation and creativity — forward.

How gratitude and giving add perspective

December 20, 2017
When you’re obsessing about your own struggles and problems, it helps to do something nice for someone else.

Our mission: keeping you out of the hospital

December 15, 2017
Our goal is to teach you how to live the healthiest life possible.
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