Overview Provided to APD’s Incorporators
September 21, 2012—On September 19, 2012 forty APD incorporators gathered for a breakfast meeting in the Dwinell Room at Harvest Hill to learn about the leadership transition, the hospital renovation and the building a new Day capital campaign.
Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital Incorporators play a very important role as ambassadors and advocates for the hospital. Although they come from different towns within the Upper Valley, they share a common commitment to the future of health care in our community.
Harry G. Dorman, III, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer, opened the meeting with the announcement of his upcoming retirement. He then introduced incoming President and CEO Susan E. Mooney, MD, MS, Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, who spoke about the strategic vision for APD. Dr Mooney explained that APD’s overarching goal is to “improve the quality, decrease costs, and expand access” of the community-based health care that we provide.
Incorporators also took part in tours of the newly renovated Donald Faulkner Dickey Medical—Surgical Wing, which will be occupied by APD patients during the next few weeks. “While we are fortunate to have a strong foundation for the future, there are clearly challenges ahead,” stated Dorman. “I truly believe that all of us at APD are engaged in a collaborative endeavor to improve our physical environment to better serve our patients while continuing to provide personal care.”