WINTHROP-UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NAMES CHAD HOFFMAN-FRAGALE, MBA, SPHR, ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Wantagh, NY, native, Chad Hoffman-Fragale, MBA, SPHR, has been appointed Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at Winthrop-University Hospital.
Chad Hoffman-Fragale, MBA, SPHR, Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at Winthrop-University Hospital.
Under the leadership of Stacey Pfeffer, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at Winthrop, Mr. Hoffman-Fragale will support the continued growth and expansion of the 591-bed major academic teaching hospital, which boasts nearly 7,000 employees. His primary areas of responsibility include Recruitment, Compensation, Performance Management and Employee Relations.
A seasoned human resources professional, Mr. Hoffman-Fragale most recently served as the Director of Human Resources for Agfa Corporation. Prior to that, he held Senior Human Resources positions at St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers in Manhattan and Auburn Memorial Hospital in Auburn, NY.
Mr. Hoffman-Fragale is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from The State University of New York, Oswego, and a Master of Business Administration from Excelsior College in Albany, NY.
Founded in 1896 as Long Island’s first voluntary hospital, Winthrop-University Hospital is a major healthcare provider with a deep commitment to medical education and research. A regional healthcare resource committed to the dignity and well being of every patient, the Hospital has over a century of experience providing high quality, comprehensive healthcare services. The Hospital has received prestigious accreditations including its New York State (NYS) Regional Perinatal Center (RPC) and the NYS Department of Health-Designated Stroke Center. Additionally, Winthrop-University Hospital is a NYS-designated Regional Trauma Center and its cardiac care services have been consistently recognized by New York State for its quality outcomes.
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