Patrick L. Green, FACHE, President and CEO of L&M Healthcare and Executive Vice President of Yale New Haven Health, was recently elected to Chelsea Groton Bank’s Board of Trustees. Green became a Corporator of the Bank in 2020.
Green is filling the remaining term of retiring Lead Trustee Dennis Cambria, DDS, who served as a Bank Corporator since 1992 and was named a trustee of the Board of Directors in 1994. Cambria was named Lead Trustee of the Board in 2008, and held that position until retiring from the Board in December of 2021. Cambria will continue to serve as a Corporator.
“It’s been a pleasure and an honor to work with Dr. Cambria as our Lead Trustee over the years. We deeply appreciate his commitment to our team members, our customers and the communities we serve,” said Michael Rauh, President and CEO of Chelsea Groton Bank. “We also look forward to welcoming Patrick to our Board. Patrick’s extensive background in administration makes him an exciting addition to our Board of Trustees. He’s a proven leader with an understanding of what it takes to provide world class service.”
Green has spent over 20 years in healthcare administration at hospital systems throughout the country.
Since 2017, Green has been President and CEO of Lawrence and Memorial Healthcare which is comprised of L+M Hospital (308 beds) and Westerly Hospital (125 beds), the Visiting Nurses Association of Southeastern CT, Smilow Cancer Waterford, 14 Ambulatory locations, and an ambulatory surgery center. Yale New Haven Health System is Connecticut’s leading healthcare system, comprised of Yale New Haven Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, Westerly Hospital and Northeast Medical Group.
In each role Green has held, he has successfully grown operating margins, expanded facilities or product lines, and deepened relationships with employees and communities.
Green currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut Hospital Association, American Hospital Association (AHA) Regional Policy Board 1 – New England, Hospital Association of Rhode Island (HARI), Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, American Heart Association and the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut.
Green earned a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Langston University, and an MBA in Healthcare Finance from University of Central Oklahoma.