GREENWICH, Conn. -- Nancy Levitt-Rosenthal, senior vice president for health systems development at Greenwich Hospital, recently received the Senior Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award.
Levitt-Rosenthal is also vice president of strategy and regulatory planning for Yale-New Haven Health System. She lives in Easton.
The award, given by the Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives, was presented at the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives annual meeting June 25.
The award recognizes an individual who exemplifies leadership, lifelong learning, integrity and the advancement of health-care management excellence throughout his or her career.
Levitt-Rosentha recently concluded her tenure as president of the Connecticut Association of Health Care Executives.
The American College of Healthcare Executives is an international professional society of more than 40,000 health-care executives who lead hospitals, health-care systems and other health-care organizations.
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