Elizabeth Acord Maribito
Elizabeth Acord Maribito is Vice President of Oncology Patient Services at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Western Regional Medical Center (Western). She joined CTCA in July 2005. Ms. Maribito spent two years working in various capacities within the corporation at both the hospital-level and corporate-level before focusing on LEAN/Six Sigma at CTCA. In July 2007, she joined Western as Director of Lean/Six Sigma Operations, helping design and build the hospital’s LEAN program.
In July 2008, Ms. Maribito was promoted to Director of Oncology Patient Services. In July 2010, she was promoted to Assistant Vice President, Oncology Patient Services, and later, Vice President of Oncology Patient Services. Ms. Maribito oversees the outpatient clinics, as well as the following departments: Clinics, Enterprise Scheduling, Care/Case Management, Intake, Mind-Body Medicine, Pastoral Care, Nutrition, Laboratory, Pathology, Rehabilitation Services, Medical Oncology, Physician Contracting, the Medical Staff Office and Clinical Research.
Ms. Maribito has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College, a Master of Science degree in medical informatics from Northwestern University, a Green Belt and Black Belt in Six Sigma from the University of Michigan and a master’s certificate in project management from the University of Wisconsin. She was recognized in 2012 by the Phoenix Business Journal as a “40 Under 40” recipient. Elizabeth is also an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Ms. Maribito has served as the Jewel Ball Auction Chair for the American Cancer Society and as Diamond Ball Co-Chair and Auction Chair for the West Valley Arts Council. She was a member of the Arizona Chamber Public Affairs Committee and AZ Hospital Association until 2011. In addition, she and her husband were recognized as one of “AZ’s Finest Couples” by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for their fundraising commitments to CF in 2011. She is also President of the Board for Green Movement Recycling Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of communities while creating a sustainable environment. Green Movement organizes recycling drives within communities to raise funds for distribution to churches and other non-profit organizations.