Clockwise from upper left, Tami J. Chomicz, RN, BSN; Kristen Clark, RN, MSN; Nicholas Browning, MD; and Arnold DoRosario, MD.

Tami J. Chomicz, RN, BSN, has been named patient service manager, Yale New Haven Transplantation Center (WP 9). She joined YNHH 27 years ago as a staff nurse at the Women's Surgical Center and Temple Recovery Care Center. She has also served as a nurse care coordinator for Interventional Radiology at the former Hospital of Saint Raphael and was most recently assistant patient service manager for the Heart and Vascular Center Procedural and PICC Team at the Saint Raphael Campus. She earned her BSN from Chamberlain College of Nursing and is pursuing a master's degree with an executive track.

Kristen Clark, RN, MSN, has been named patient service manager, Yale New Haven Children's Hospital Emergency Department, Critical Care Transport Team and Pediatric SWAT Team. Since joining YNHH 21 years ago she has held a number of leadership positions, including assistant patient service manager, Labor and Birth, and most recently, APSM, Children's ED. Clark earned her BSN at Saint Anselm College and her MSN in nursing administration from Southern Connecticut State University.

Arnold DoRosario, MD, has been named chief medical officer, Northeast Medical Group (NEMG). His responsibilities include continuing to oversee population health initiatives for NEMG. Before joining NEMG, Dr. DoRosario was the founding member and medical director of PriMed, a 120-provider multispecialty group. He received his medical degree from Universidad De Navarra, Facultad De Medicina, Pamplona, Spain, and completed his residency at St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport. He is an assistant clinical professor at Yale School of Medicine.

Nicholas Browning, MD, has been named medical director, Occupational Health, for Yale New Haven Health System's New Haven delivery network. Earlier this year, Northeast Medical Group became the home of Yale New Haven Health's occupational healthcare providers. Dr. Browning received his MD from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed his residency at Greenwich Hospital.