John Shevock

Shevock Appointed to Council of Regents

Tuesday, March 19, 2024 | Awards & Recognitions
John D. Shevock, FACHE, FACMPE, senior director of operations Oncology Service Line and executive director of Bayhealth Cancer Institute, has been appointed to the Council of Regents, the legislative body of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Shevock will take office March 23, 2024, prior to the Congress on Healthcare Leadership. As a Regent, Shevock will represent ACHE’s membership in Delaware.

With an understanding of ACHE’s policies, programs and services, the Council harnesses its collective skill and will to advance ACHE’s vision, mission and values. The Council of Regents provides advice and counsel to the Board of Governors and has the important responsibility of electing the Board of Governors and its Chair. It is through the Council’s support that the Board of Governors can steer the national organization and carry out ACHE’s mission to advance its members and healthcare leadership excellence.

Shevock has served in his current role at Bayhealth for almost 20 years. Previously, he was director of operations, oncology services and manager, radiation oncology at Bayhealth.

Currently, Shevock is board chair of Delaware Hospice Board of Trustees, delegate representative to the Association of Community Cancer Centers. He is also a member of the Delaware Technical and Community College Terry Campus Advisory Council, Delaware Cancer Consortium’s Delaware Cancer Registry Advisory Council, the Cancer Support Community of Delaware Kent County Advisory Council, and the Preliminary Review Committee for the Delaware Supreme Court. He has previously served as a member of the Board of Professional Responsibility for the Delaware Supreme Court, board member of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce, Greater Milford Chamber of Commerce, and is a graduate of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce Leadership Central Delaware.

Shevock is a graduate of North Carolina State University and holds a bachelor of science in animal science and a master of science in Management. He lives in Dover, Delaware with his wife Allison and sons Samuel and Joel.

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