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Vol. 60, Issue 47
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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

   

O’Hern Receives WHA Trustee of the Year Award

Pat O’Hern received the WHA Trustee of the Year Award at a ceremony held November 16 in Door County. A Board member of Door County Medical Center since 2005, O’Hern served as vice chair in October 2008 and became chair in October 2009.

In nominating O’Hern, CEO Gerald Worrick noted his vision and tireless dedication to both the hospital and the community.

"Pat brought special passion to community health care needs in Door County," according to Worrick. "His support of the MDCMC Dental Clinic, which serves low-income children and adults, has led to a great expansion of much-needed dental services for the disadvantaged in our community."

In presenting the award, WHA President/CEO Eric Borgerding recognized O’Hern for his leadership and for mentoring other Board members.

"Pat is clearly focused on ensuring that the residents of Door County have access to high-quality, high-value health care through his leadership and support of clinical excellence and putting the patient first," Borgerding said. "Wisconsin is fortunate to have knowledgeable, committed community leaders serving on our governance boards."

This story originally appeared in the November 23, 2016 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

O’Hern Receives WHA Trustee of the Year Award

Pat O’Hern received the WHA Trustee of the Year Award at a ceremony held November 16 in Door County. A Board member of Door County Medical Center since 2005, O’Hern served as vice chair in October 2008 and became chair in October 2009.

In nominating O’Hern, CEO Gerald Worrick noted his vision and tireless dedication to both the hospital and the community.

"Pat brought special passion to community health care needs in Door County," according to Worrick. "His support of the MDCMC Dental Clinic, which serves low-income children and adults, has led to a great expansion of much-needed dental services for the disadvantaged in our community."

In presenting the award, WHA President/CEO Eric Borgerding recognized O’Hern for his leadership and for mentoring other Board members.

"Pat is clearly focused on ensuring that the residents of Door County have access to high-quality, high-value health care through his leadership and support of clinical excellence and putting the patient first," Borgerding said. "Wisconsin is fortunate to have knowledgeable, committed community leaders serving on our governance boards."

This story originally appeared in the November 23, 2016 edition of WHA Newsletter