Patrick Green named new president and CEO of L+M Healthcare

Thursday, April 6, 2017
NEW LONDON, CT (April 6, 2017) – After a national search, Patrick L. Green, FACHE, has been named the new president and chief executive officer of L+M Healthcare and executive vice president of Yale New Haven Health. L+M Healthcare, a member of Yale New Haven Health, includes Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, Westerly Hospital, the Visiting Nurse Association of Southeastern Connecticut and other ambulatory services throughout the market. Green, whose appointment is effective June 5, 2017, will succeed Bruce Cummings who announced his retirement in January.

Green is currently the senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer of St. Anthony Hospital, a member of Centura Health – the largest health system in Colorado. St. Anthony Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center in Lakewood, CO, where Patrick is also responsible for a market that consists of a vast ambulatory network that includes neighborhood health centers, ambulatory surgery centers and urgency care centers. Green began his tenure at St. Anthony Hospital in 2012 as chief operating officer, and was instrumental in achieving unprecedented growth as well as strong financial viability and operational excellence. In addition to hospital strategic and daily planning, Green is responsible for the operational oversight of systems of care, including oncology, neurosciences, the heart and vascular care programs for the mountains and north operating group.

“We are delighted to attract someone with Patrick’s talent as the new president of Lawrence + Memorial,” said Marna P. Borgstrom, CEO of Yale New Haven Health and Yale New Haven Hospital. “He brings a wealth of experience running organizations within complex health systems. As we continue to develop the recent affiliation of L+M with Yale New Haven Health, Patrick will play a critical role through his hospital and health system responsibilities.”

“Working collectively with our colleagues at Yale New Haven Health, we were able to generate an exceptionally strong list of candidates for the president and CEO position at L+M,” said Alan Hunter, chair of the L+M Healthcare Board of Trustees. “We are very pleased to welcome Patrick to our organization and believe that he will bring the type of exceptional leadership that these uncertain times demand.”

Patrick is an accomplished healthcare executive with over 19 years of experience leading non-profit health systems and academic medical centers in complex markets and has a successful track record of community involvement, associate engagement, and building physician relationships.

Green, a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, earned a bachelor’s degree from Langston University in Langston, OK, and an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK. Green, his wife LaNece, and their son Peyton are looking forward to their move to New England.

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, a member of Yale New Haven Health, is a non-profit, 280-bed general and acute care hospital providing patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric and obstetrical patients in southeastern Connecticut and southern Rhode Island since 1912. Lawrence + Memorial offers cardiac acute, step-down and rehabilitation programs and is the only eastern Connecticut hospital that performs emergency and elective angioplasty. www.lmhospital.org

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