City and State Name Nine NYC Health + Hospitals Employees to Borough “Power 100” Lists
City and State Name Nine NYC Health + Hospitals Employees to Its Borough’s “Power 100” Lists
Seven CEOs of NYC Health + Hospital are among influencers recognized for their leadership and service to New Yorkers in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx
New York, NY
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that nine health system employees, including seven executives, have been named to City & State’s “Power 100” lists in brooklyn, queensand The Bronx. City & State is the premier media organization dedicated to covering New York City and local politics and politics. Each person on the Power 100 list is recognized for outstanding leadership, professional achievement, and unwavering commitment to serving New Yorkers.
City & State’s Bronx Power 100 winners:
Christopher Mastromano, MBA
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi | North of Central Bronx
Christopher A. Roker, MBA
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln
Associate Director of Communications, NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi
City & State’s Brooklyn Power 100 Winners:
Grégory Calliste, FACHE
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County
Svetlana Lipyanskaya, MPA
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island
City & State’s Queens Power 100 winners:
Helen Arteaga Landaverde, MPH
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst
Marketing and Community Relations Manager AAPI, MetroPlusHealth
Neil J. Moore, MBA, MPA, FACHE
CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens
“This well-deserved recognition by City & State amplifies what we already know at NYC Health + Hospitals: our employees are some of the most capable, dedicated and caring people you will ever meet,” said Mitchell, President and CEO. from NYC Health + Hospitals. Katz, MD. “I want to thank my colleagues for their exceptional leadership and unwavering commitment to serving New Yorkers from all walks of life.”
“While I appreciate the honor City & State have bestowed on me, I accept this award on behalf of all of my colleagues at Jacobi,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi | Christopher Mastromano, CEO of North Central Bronx, MBA. “Over the past few years, there have been many challenges, and the heroes who work here, the medical professionals and the administrative staff have risen to the challenge each time.
“During this transformational time at Lincoln, I am honored to be recognized and recognized by City & State,” said Christopher A. Roker, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln. “However, I am as good as my team and would like to share this recognition with them, as we continue to work with integrity, compassion, responsibility, respect and excellence.”
“Woodhull continues to innovate and move forward despite recent difficult times. I am grateful to lead the Woodhull team for their perseverance and drive to excel despite the obstacles and challenges we have endured over the past few years,” said Gregory Calliste, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull. “We appreciate our Woodhull community for their engaging support. We also thank our patients who repaid their respect by allowing our healthcare workers to treat them with care and empathy.
“It is a tremendous professional honor to help tell the story of NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi over the past ten years,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi Deputy Director of Communications John Doyle. “The mission of our health system – to treat everyone, no matter who they are, where they come from or their ability to pay, is a noble undertaking and I feel privileged to play a small part in sharing the stories. of our healthcare heroes.”
“I am extremely honored to have received this recognition from the city and state. I consider it a great privilege to advocate for my community through my role at Health + Hospitals, a public healthcare system that provides excellent care to all, regardless of background, immigration status or ability to afford treatment,” said Helen Arteaga Landaverde, MPH, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst. “I look forward to continuing to expand Elmhurst’s programs and services and increasing access to healthcare so our communities remain resilient, healthy and strong.
“As a former journalist, I tend to ask for those who couldn’t ask. As a medical professional, I want to take care of those who have not been cared for,” said Luna Liu, MetroPlusHealth AAPI Marketing and Community Relations Manager. “Health care is not a privilege, it is a fundamental right.”
“I am extremely honored to have been named one of New York City and State’s Power 100 Leaders in Healthcare,” said Neil J. Moore, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens, MBA, MPA, FACHE. “The work we engage in every day here in Queens for our community is an ongoing commitment and responsibility to ensure that we continue to provide high quality health care to those in need. As the population of our borough continues to grow, our hospital is taking on an increasingly important role in enabling our community to lead healthier lives. I accept this acknowledgment not just for myself, but on behalf of the entire NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens staff.
“I am honored to be recognized on City & State’s Brooklyn Power 100 list as a powerful leader and will continue to uphold our mission to provide quality health care to a culturally and linguistically diverse population, regardless of background. ability to pay”, said Sheldon McLeod, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County.
“I am grateful to be named to City & State NY’s Brooklyn Power 100 list again,” said Svetlana Lipyanskaya, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island. “Providing state-of-the-art health care to the people of South Brooklyn and surrounding communities is an honor. Here in the future NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health and its Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospital, excellent care for all is a right. , not a privilege.
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