A Structural Examination of Norwalk Hospital


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A Structural Examination of Norwalk Hospital
Norwalk Hospital is a 328-bed acute care (inpatient) community hospital in southwestern Connecticut, just a few miles east of the New York border, in what is technically a commuting suburb of New York City. It is a not-for-profit institution, with a 19-member board of trustees. The board includes three physicians who have some affiliation with the hospital, the President and Chief Executive Officer, Geoffrey Cole, and a variety of retired and active businesspeople and government officials (Norwalkhospital.org). As in most not-for-profit hospital structures, the CEO reports to the trustees, and the remainder of the non-physician staff reports to Cole and his delegated managers. It appears that...
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.....the mission of providing high-quality healthcare to the people of Norwalk, Connecticut.
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