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New President, CEO of Trinity Health Of New England Officially Takes Reins

HARTFORD, Conn. — Dr. Reginald Eadie has officially taken the reins as president and CEO of Trinity Health Of New England. Named to the position in January, Eadie succeeds Roger Spoelman, who has been serving in an interim capacity since the prior president and CEO, Christopher Dadlez, stepped down at the end of 2017.

“Dr. Eadie is a well-respected, pragmatic healthcare leader with extensive experience in managing complex hospital operations, as well as expertise in clinical integration and transformation,” said Kevin O’Connor, chair, board of directors, Trinity Health Of New England. “We are confident his talents will not only support the advances we have already made around strategic alignment and integration, but will also help us accelerate efforts to reach new levels of service to our community through the delivery of people-centered care.”

Board-certified in emergency medicine, Eadie has 20 years of healthcare experience that includes numerous leadership roles such as CEO, chief operating officer, and chief medical officer. He most recently served as senior vice president and regional chief operating officer at Detroit Medical Center (DMC), a $2 billion regional academic healthcare system comprised of seven hospitals and two Michigan universities. Prior to this position, he served as president and CEO for three hospitals within the DMC system and as chief medical officer for DMC’s Harper University and Hutzel Women’s Hospitals, where he is credited with achieving full integration of the three hospitals, implementing a LEAN management system, and increasing the hospital market share through improvements in physician satisfaction.

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