At its recent annual meeting, Windham Hospital announced the addition of two new board members, and seven corporators who will help govern and guide the facility. Outgoing board chair Dennis Hannon passed the leadership of the board on to long-time corporator and board member Lin Klein, PhD. Klein, a faculty member in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut, officially assumed the Chair position at the close of the January meeting. Hannon commented that he “has enjoyed his years leading the Board, and now leaves the position in the extremely capable hands of Lin Klein.” Also introduced as incoming Directors of the Hospital were Patrice Crosbie, a member and President of the Auxiliary to Windham Hospital for many years, and Craig Elliott, MD, a Mansfield pediatrician. Joining the roster of corporators for the Hospital were Theodore (Todge) Armata, Jr., Owner, Ted’s IGA of Hebron, Lynn Bloom, Department of English at the University of Connecticut, pediatrician Craig Elliott, MD, William Gammell, PhD, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at Eastern Connecticut State University, State Representative Greg Haddad of Mansfield, Christine Coble Ingraham, Director, CT Pathology Laboratories, Inc., and Ed Osborn, Director of University Relations at Eastern Connecticut State University.
Windham Hospital is a 130-bed acute care hospital serving thousands of people in northeastern Connecticut. For nearly 80 years, Windham Hospital has been renowned for its outstanding physicians and extraordinary nursing care and today offers a unique combination of talent and technology in patient care as a member of Hartford HealthCare, Connecticut’s premier healthcare system.