With the cut of a ribbon, MJHS Health System was joined by Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine at the official opening of the not-for-profit’s new corporate headquarters at 55 Water Street in Lower Manhattan.
After his first year as President and CEO of MJHS Health System, David Wagner has been named to this prestigious list of health care executives, “whose dedication, vision and provision of care reflect the best of the profession.”
This quarterly award recognizes NPs/PAs for going above and beyond in their duties, with Neso chosen for her “unparalleled patient care and advocacy, inspiring career path and dedication to the advancement of the profession” as part of our community-based palliative care program.
As MJHS Health System considered the succession plan for Elderplan/HomeFirst, it quickly became clear that our current needs would be best served by choosing two strong leaders who would work together to oversee operations.
The Board of Directors has selected David Wagner to assume the role of MJHS Health System President and CEO on January 1, 2022. Wagner has been with MJHS since 1999 and brings extensive experience on both the provider and payor sides of the system.
MJHS Health System announced today that its boards of directors recently elected six new members who are leaders in their respective sectors. The new Board Members offer extensive experience in health care, finance and human resources. All MJHS Board Members serve in a volunteer capacity. Learn More