Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M., traveled to St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, June 18 during which he had an opportunity to officially meet the hospital’s new president, Daniel C. Moen, and offer his support for Moen and the continued Catholic mission of the Trenton-based hospital.
Moen, who assumed the presidency position in April, is a highly seasoned healthcare executive with more than 35 years of health system and hospital leadership experience, particularly within Trinity Health System, the parent of St. Francis Medical Center. Within Trinity Health, he has served as president and CEO of the Sisters of Providence Health System in Springfield, Mass. Moen was instrumental in the formation of Trinity Health New England, a $1.4 billion regional health ministry, serving as the regional ministry’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. Previously, he acted as interim president and chief executive officer at St. Mary Medical Center, Langhorne, Pa. Moen has also consulted with Trinity Health and its Regional Health Ministry leadership on high-priority projects, including regionalizing services and colleague engagement.
During their meeting Bishop O’Connell also shared about his own experience as a patient in St. Francis Medical Center and the care he received soon after he had been named Bishop of the Trenton Diocese in June, 2010.[[In-content Ad]]