Tulane Health System recently welcomed Niki Marcelle as its new vice president of cardiovascular and pulmonary services. She will lead growth, service and operational initiatives for those service lines.

“Niki's experience in growing services translates very well with Tulane Health System's vision for the cardiovascular and pulmonary service lines,” said Tom Patrias, chief operating officer at Tulane Health System. “She has a proven track record of leading operational efficiencies, physician collaboration, capital deployment strategies and targeted geographic outreach and development.”

Marcelle joins Tulane Health System after serving as the cardiovascular and interventional radiology service line leader at Bellin Memorial Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Her prior experience includes leading the diagnostic service line at another Green Bay health system as well as director-level leadership roles in radiology and nuclear medicine in Richmond, Virginia, and Greenville, North Carolina.

Marcelle earned a bachelor's of science degree in nuclear medicine and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh. She is also a member of the American Healthcare of Radiology Administrators.