Matt Shelak currently serves as the President of Delaware County Memorial Hospital at Crozer Keystone Health Network. He joins Crozer Keystone after serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Roxborough Memorial Hospital. Matt spent six years at RMH from 2009 to 2015, in progressively accountable leadership roles leading up to chief operating officer. He then spent two years at Pottstown Memorial Medical Center as COO and Jennersville Regional Hospital as interim CEO. After an extensive search for RMH’s new leader, it became clear that the best choice was someone who knows the hospital and the community.
Matt’s background reveals a roster of clinical positions, dating back to his days at Temple, Capital, RehabCare and Nazareth Hospital as an occupational therapist. It was at Nazareth that he started his career as a hospital administrator, putting his Temple University MBA to work. From there, he quickly escalated to chief operating officer at RMH, and soon held responsibilities at Roxborough’s sibling facility, Lower Bucks Hospital, in Bristol, Pa.
In addition to earning an MBA from Temple University, Matt earned a certificate in occupational therapy from Temple, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Millersville State University. He is a member of the Tri-County Health Care Council, and has been a volunteer coach for youth sports for many years. Matt has actively served as a member of the Temple University College of Public Health Board of Visitors since 2017.