Daniel P. Walsh, President and CEO of Winthrop,
displays the Senior Healthcare Executive of the Year
Award he received from the Metropolitan Health Administrators’ Association.
aniel P. Walsh, President and Chief Executive Officer of Winthrop, has been named Senior Healthcare Executive of the Year for Long Island by the Metropolitan Health Administrators’ Association (MHAA).
Mr. Walsh has been President and CEO of Winthrop since January, 1999. Previously, he
served for 16 years as President and CEO of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. Mr. Walsh began his career in healthcare as Director of Healthcare Facility Planning and Review at the Comprehensive Health Planning Agency in 1974. This agency evolved into the Nassau-Suffolk Health Systems Agency, where Mr. Walsh was named Deputy Executive Director. In 1978, he became Chief Executive Officer of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council. He joined Good Samaritan Hospital as Executive Vice President in 1981.
Highlighted among his many voluntary
leadership positions, Mr. Walsh served as Chairman of the New York State Catholic Health Conference; Nassau-Suffolk Health Systems Agency; and Nassau Suffolk Hospital Council. He was recently elected to the Board of the Greater New York Hospital Association. He continues to serve on various statewide and regional healthcare committees.
A Diplomate of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Mr. Walsh holds Masters degrees in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and Business Administration from Michigan State University.
He earned a Bachelors degree in Economics
from Rutgers University.
Founded in 1969, the Metropolitan Health Administrators’ Association (MHAA) is a recognized Healthcare Executive Group of the American College of Healthcare Executives. MHAA is an
organization of over 325 healthcare professionals actively working in hospitals and health-related organizations in the New York metropolitan area.
It is dedicated to furthering the professional
development of its members through an
emphasis on continuing education and
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inthrop seeks volunteers to assist in various areas of the Hospital. Many challenging
opportunities are available. With a commitment of as little as a few hours each week,
volunteers can help make a difference in the lives of patients and Hospital staff.
Volunteer work at Winthrop is interesting and rewarding. In addition to personal fulfillment,
volunteers have the opportunity to make new friends and learn new skills. For further information about volunteer opportunities at Winthrop, please call Carmela Anglim, Director of Volunteer Services, at (516) 663-2391.