About Yale New Haven Health System
Marna P. Borgstrom
President and CEO, YNHHS
CEO, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Mrs. Borgstrom received her Master's of Public Health at Yale School of Medicine, and has been at Yale-New Haven Hospital since 1979 where she has held positions of increasing responsibility. She assumed her current position in 2005. She serves on several national and local boards, including VHA, Inc. in Dallas, the Association of American Medical Colleges, The Coalition to Protect Americaís Healthcare and the Connecticut Hospital Association.
Chief Information Officer, YNHHS
Mr. Barchi earned his bachelor's degree at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, and served as a naval officer at sea on cruisers. He earned his master's of engineering management from Old Dominion University. Before coming to YNHHS, he was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Carilion Health System. He was previously Chief Operating Officer of several companies in the telecommunications industry.
Gayle L. Capozzalo
Executive VP, Strategy and System Development, YNHHS
Ms. Capozzalo received a Master of Science degree in public health services management from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She joined the system in 1997. Her experience includes senior corporate development and strategic planning positions, most recently with Sisters of Charity Health Care System based in Houston. Ms. Capozzalo is vice chair of the board of directors of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, a member of the editorial board for Quality Management in Health Care and a fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives.
Norman G. Roth
Executive VP, YNHHS
Interim President and CEO, Greenwich Hospital
Roth joined Greenwich Hospital in August 2014 as the interim chief operating officer (COO) and moved into his current role in January 2015. Roth began his career in the Yale New Haven Health System in 1979. In his most recent role, he served as the COO of Bridgeport Hospital. Previously, he was senior vice president for Administration at Yale-New Haven Hospital. With over 30 years of experience in an academic medical center setting and most recently in a community hospital setting, he has experienced all aspects of Hospital management, operations, administration and facilities. Roth was the project executive for the development and construction of the Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven and in opening the Smilow Cancer Hospital Campus at Greenwich. He is currently a board member of The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce and Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council. Roth holds a Masterís degree in Health Care Administration from George Washington University. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Executive Vice President, YNHHS
President, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Mr. D'Aquila received his graduate degree in hospital administration from Yale School of Medicine and his bachelor’s degree in economics from Central Connecticut State University.
Before joining Yale-New Haven Hospital in 2006, he was a senior vice president and chief operating officer of New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Previously, D’Aquila was executive vice president and chief operating officer at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport.
William S. Gedge
Senior VP, Payor Relations, YNHHS
Mr. Gedge holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in biology and sociology with a minor in business administration from Macalester College. He has more than 18 years of progressive managed care experience. Prior to joining the system in 1998, Mr. Gedge served as vice president of payer and provider services for Allina Health System. He is currently an associate editor of Managed Care Quarterly and speaks nationally on managed care issues and their impact on providers.
William M. Jennings
Executive VP, YNHHS
President and CEO, Bridgeport Hospital
Mr. Jennings earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from Miami University in Ohio and a master's of health administration from Ohio State University. He served as president and chief executive officer of SSM St. Mary's Health Center, a 582-bed urban teaching hospital in St. Louis, MO, and president of the SSM St. Louis Heart Institute. Before that, role, Jennings served as administrator and chief operating officer at Morton Plant North Bay Hospital on Florida's west coast.
Alan B. Kliger, MD
Senior VP for Medical Affairs and Chief Quality Officer, YNHHS
Dr. Kliger received his undergraduate degree from City College of New York and his MD from SUNY Upstate Medical Center in New York. After completing his internship and residency at State University Hospital, Update Medical Center in Syracuse, Dr. Kliger accepted a fellowship in nephrology at Georgetown University. He joined Yale University School of Medicine in 1975 where he has held various faculty positions. He currently is a clinical professor of medicine. He is widely published and is a member of the American Society of Nephrology, the International Society of Nephrology and the American College of Physicians (Fellow). Formerly the senior vice president, chief medical officer at the Hospital of Saint Raphael, Dr. Kliger is past president of the Renal Physicians Association and serves on its Quality, Safety and Accountability Committee. He is past president of the Forum of ESRD Networks and chairman of the steering committee for the NIH Frequent Hemodialysis Study.
Senior VP of Human Resources, YNHHS
Senior VP of Human Resources, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Mr. Myatt earned a B.S. in psychology from Virginia State University and a master’s in
business administration from Arizona State University. He came to Yale-New Haven after five years as associate vice chancellor and chief human resources officer at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Previously, he was vice president of human resources for North Carolina Baptist Hospitals of Wake Forest University and Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Robert Nordgren, MD
Chief Executive Officer, Northeast Medical Group (NEMG)
Mr. Nordgren is the first CEO for Northeast Medical Group, Yale New Haven Health System's medical foundation. He received his undergraduate degree from Williams College and his MPH and MD from Columbia University. He trained at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, serving in his final year as chief resident in pediatrics. Before YNHHS, he was associate medical director at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester in New Hampshire and an adjunct faculty member of the Dartmouth Medical School department of pediatrics. He also served as the executive director of child health services in Manchester.
Christopher M. O'Connor
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, YNHHS
Mr. O'Connor received his Bachelor's of Economics and Master's in Health Service Administration from George Washington University in Washington, DC. He was previously President and Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital of Saint Raphael. Prior to that role, he served as president of the Caritas St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, the flagship of hospital system affiliated with the Archdiocese of Boston and Tufts School of Medicine; and vice president of clinical operations for the Ochsner Health System in New Orleans.
James M. Staten
Executive VP, Corporate and Financial Services, YNHHS
CFO and Senior VP for Finance, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Mr. Staten received a Bachelor of Science degree in business/economics from the State University of New York in Oneonta. Prior to joining the system in 2000, Mr. Staten was a senior vice president in charge of finance for New York Presbyterian Hospital and New York's largest health care system, New York Presbyterian Health Care System. Previously, he served as Ernst & Young's director of New York State Reimbursement Consulting Services and was a partner with Pannell Kerr Forster in the firm's health care management consulting and auditing practices.
Yale New Haven Health System Board of Directors
Marna P. Borgstrom, President & Chief Executive Officer
Vincent A. Calarco, Secretary
Joseph R. Crespo, Chairman of the Board
Mary C. Farrell
Carlton L. Highsmith
Thomas B. Ketchum
John L. Lahey
Marvin K. Lender
Newman M. Marsilius, III
Julia M. McNamara, Vice Chair
Barbara B. Miller
Daniel L. Mosley, Esquire
Meredith B. Reuben
Elliot J. Sussman, M.D.
James P. Torgerson