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Trish Hannon, FACHE

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President and Chief Executive Officer 

Trish Hannon became the tenth President and Chief Executive Officer of New England Baptist Hospital in November 2009.  

Prior to joining the Baptist, Ms. Hannon served as Chief Operating Officer for Baystate Medical Center and Senior Vice President for Health Care Operations for Baystate Health, a $1.7 billion integrated care delivery system comprised of three hospitals, 1,200 physicians and 10,000 employees serving Western New England. Ms. Hannon has more than thirty-five years of experience in health care administration.

Since Ms. Hannon has taken the reins of the 120-year-old hospital in Boston, New England Baptist Hospital has refocused its mission as a New England’s only orthopedic specialty hospital focused on patients who suffer with musculoskeletal diseases and related disorders.  Recognized as a top hospital for orthopedics by US News & World Report, New England Baptist Hospital has also achieved top decile performance in clinical quality reported by The Joint Commission, Premier, and Healthgrades. New England Baptist recently was honored with the Press Ganey National Guardian of Excellence Award for top performance in patient satisfaction, for the sixth consecutive year.

Ms. Hannon is a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives, and recently served as President of the College’s Massachusetts chapter. She is a member of the Massachusetts Hospital Association’s Board of Trustees, and serves as a board member for the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University. Ms. Hannon also currently serves on the Health Care Leadership Committee for the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley and the National Arthritis Foundation Board as a Governance and Executive Committee member.

Ms. Hannon received her undergraduate education in nursing at Marymount University, holds an MBA from New York Institute of Technology and an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University.

Ms. Hannon has an extensive history of service to community organizations, including Reading for the Blind, School Volunteers for Literacy, and the Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts.  She was awarded the honor of Woman of Distinction for her leadership roles in non-profit organizations.