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Christopher M. Dadlez, President and CEO
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center was founded in 1897 as a refuge for immigrants who wanted to know that their faith and traditions would be understood and appreciated when it came time to seek medical care. From the beginning, Saint Francis has recognized that our institution’s strength is derived from individuals from many backgrounds working together.
Although reflecting the communities we serve has always been at the core of our mission, Saint Francis has pledged to take this commitment to another level with a variety of progressive measures within the hospital and at the state and national levels.
Marcus M. McKinney
To lead our internal initiatives, Saint Francis has named Marcus M. McKinney, D. Min., L.P.C., to the new post of vice president of Community Health Equity and Health Policy. Dr. McKinney is also the director and co-founder of the Curtis D. Robinson Men's Health Institute at Saint Francis, a role he will maintain. In addition, Saint Francis has assumed a leadership role in the Connecticut Hospital Association’s Diversity Collaborative. This collaborative seeks to engage all of Connecticut’s hospitals in a cooperative process to develop and implement strategies to:
Christopher M. Dadlez, president and CEO of Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center and chairman of the Connecticut Hospital Association Board of Trustees, is a leader of this initiative at Saint Francis and on the state level. Mr. Dadlez also holds leadership roles in the American Hospital Association, where he serves as a member of the AHA Equity of Care Committee.
Click here to view video on the Diversity Collaborative event.
(L-R) Saint Francis board member Curtis D. Robinson; Roslyn Brock, chair of NAACP's national board; and Saint Francis President and CEO Christopher M. Dadlez chat at CHA's Diversity Collaborative kick-off breakfast.Photo: Chris Volpe Photography
Sister Judith Carey, R.S.M., Ph.D., vice president of mission integration at Saint Francis, speaks to hospital leaders at the CHA Diversity Collaborative kick-off breakfast.Photo: Chris Volpe Photography
José Ortiz, president and CEO of the Hispanic Health Council with Marcus McKinney, D. Min., LPC, vice president of community health equity and health policy at Saint Francis.Photo: Chris Volpe Photography
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