Gina L. Calder, FACHE, named Administrator and Vice President
NAHSE CT Board Member and Chapter Founder, Gina L. Calder, FACHE has been named Administrator of the Milford Campus, Yale New Haven Health (YNHHS) and Vice President of Bridgeport Hospital. Gina served as the inaugural leader of Park Avenue Medical Center and administrative partner that led the creation of the Bridgeport Hospital Geriatrics and Palliative Care Clinical Program.
She was most recently the Vice President for Ambulatory Services, where she spearheaded a number of initiatives to grow multidisciplinary clinical programs. With over 11 years of leadership responsibility at Bridgeport Hospital, Gina has developed new and innovative programs along with operations management and leadership abilities.
M. Natalie Achong M.D., MHL, FACOG, President of the Hartford County Medical Association, receives 2018 New York University Nia Awards
Dr. Achong recently received the 2018 NYU Michael Parkes/ Janet Mock Award for her outstanding commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice through professional service and community engagement. The Nia awards are conferred each year to NYU students, faculty and to an Alumnus the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs.
Ena Williams, MBA, RN, CNEP , named Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Ena Williams has been appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH)- Saint Raphael's campus.
She has served as interim Chief Nursing Officer for the past year and has been instrumental in sustaining a culture of nursing collaborative governance and Magnet, enhancing the visibility of Patient Services throughout the organization and forging relationships with network hospitals, Yale School of Nursing and Yale School of Medicine.
Williams joined YNHH in 1992 as a staff nurse in Perioperative Services and has held a number of leadership positions, including nursing director of Perioperative Services and vice president and associate chief nursing officer.
She earned her B.S in Health Studies and Management from Charter Oak State College; her BSN from Western Governors University; an M.S in Science Management from Albertus Magnus College; and her MBA from Albertus Magnus.
A regionally and nationally recognized nursing leader, Williams is involved in numerous community organizations.