Wilmington Hospital hosted the current Leadership Delaware class June 4-5 at the Brandywine Conference Center.
The fellows in the Leadership Delaware program, which offers a series of issues-oriented forums and experiences to educate tomorrow’s leaders, listened to a number of experts discuss over two sessions the current changes in the health care industry.
Scott Siegel, Ph.D, director of Cancer Psychology at Christiana Care, and Hiran Ratnayake, senior manager of Media and Government Relations, are in the current class.
Christiana Care speakers at the Leadership Delaware program included: Janice E. Nevin, M.D., MPH, president and CEO; Edmondo J. Robinson, M.D., MBA, FACP, senior vice president and executive director, Christiana Care – Wilmington, and associate chief medical officer; Randall Gaboriault, MBA, chief information officer and senior vice president; John J. Goodill, M.D., director of Palliative Medicine Education and Outreach; Neil Jasani, M.D., MBA, FACEP, chief academic officer, vice president of Medical Affairs, designated institutional officer, assistant dean for Academic Affairs, with Jennifer Kelly McCoy PA-C, lead surgical physician assistant, physician assistant student education coordinator; Nicholas J. Petrelli, M.D., Bank of America endowed medical director, Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute; Daniel J. Elliott, M.D., MSCE, FACP, FAAP, co-director, Ambulatory Medicine Research & Clinical Outcomes, Medicine-Pediatrics Faculty, Department of Medicine; Timothy J. Hennessy, M.D., primary care physician; Michael Rosenthal, M.D., former chair of the Department of Family & Community Medicine.
- The sessions were organized by Christiana Care senior vice president, Acute Care and Neurosciences, Michael Eppehimer, MHSA, who is a member of Leadership Delaware’s Class of 2013.