About

Executive Leadership

  Frank A. Corvino
President and Chief Executive Officer
Executive VP, Yale New Haven Health System

Under Corvino’s leadership, Greenwich Hospital has become a premier healthcare facility with a national reputation for clinical excellence, patient satisfaction and safety. Prior to joining Greenwich Hospital in 1988, Corvino was an executive vice president at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center in the Bronx, N.Y. He received his undergraduate degree in pharmacy at Fordham University and completed his graduate training at St. John’s University. He serves on the boards of the Connecticut Hospital Association, Greenwich Emergency Medical Services and the Norwalk Community College Foundation. Corvino has received numerous awards, including the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the Malcolm T. MacEachern CEO Award, and has been honored by the Columbus Citizen’s Foundation and many other organizations.  
   
  Brian J. Doran, MD
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Before assuming his current post, Dr. Doran was Greenwich Hospital’s Senior Vice President for Medical Services and Chief Medical Officer. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital and was in full-time clinical practice in Greenwich Hospital’s Department of Emergency Medicine until 2007 when he became director of the department. Dr. Doran is a graduate of Chicago Medical School and earned an MS in health care management from Harvard University. 
 
   
  Christine Beechner, RN
Vice President, Patient and Guest Relations

Beechner is responsible for Greenwich Hospital’s service excellence and patient satisfaction initiatives and is a frequent national speaker on these topics. A registered nurse with more than 30 years of healthcare experience, Beechner has served as president of the American Board of Perianesthesia Nursing Certification, and been active on on many other local, state and national nursing specialty committees. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Mount Saint Mary College.  
   
  Susan Brown, RN, MSN
Senior Vice President, Patient Care Services

Brown is responsible for nursing excellence and superior clinical outcomes in the Patient Care Services Dept. Her nursing career began at University Hospitals of Cleveland followed by positions in Florida and New York. She first came to Greenwich Hospital as nurse manager in obstetrics and pediatrics and later became director of women’s and infants’ health at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Bridgeport before returning to Greenwich in a similar capacity.  She has a nursing degree from Adelphi University and a master’s degree in nursing from Columbia University. 
   
  Eugene Colucci
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Vice President, Yale New Haven Health System
Colucci has been Greenwich Hospital’s CFO for more than 20 years.  He previously served as chief financial officer and controller of Mount Vernon Hospital in Mount Vernon, N.Y. A certified public accountant, he is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. Colucci has a bachelor’s degree from Niagara University and a master of business administration from St. John’s University in New York.  
 
  Deborah Hodys
Vice President, Legal Services & General Counsel
Deputy General Counsel, Yale New Haven Health System
Hodys provides legal counsel to Greenwich Hospital and the Yale New Haven Health System. Before coming to Greenwich Hospital in 2007, Hodys previously held positions at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System; Park Avenue Health Care Management; Garfunkel, Wild & Travis; and Stroock & Stroock & Lavan. She is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from New York University. 
   
  Marc Kosak
Vice President, Administration

Kosak provides oversight of Security, Spiritual Care, Lab/Pathology, Diagnostic Imaging, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation in addition to Cardiology, Pulmonary & Wound Care, Environmental and Food Services, and the Diabetes and Weight Loss Center. He began his career at Greenwich Hospital as administrative director of Physical Medicine. Previously, Kosak worked at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital. Kosak earned his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy at Daemen College and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.  
   
  Nancy Levitt-Rosenthal
Senior Vice President of Health Systems Development
Vice President, Yale New Haven Health System
Levitt-Rosenthal facilitates the future direction of the hospital through strategic planning and business development. Before joining Greenwich Hospital, she held posts at Iowa Health Systems and Market Opinion Research in Detroit. Levitt-Rosenthal is the Connecticut chapter president of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on numerous community and professionals boards.  She has a master’s degree in public health from the University of Michigan. 
   
  Spike Lipschutz, MD
Senior Vice President, Medical Staff/Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Lipschutz provides leadership in areas of clinical quality, performance improvement and patient safety. Prior to coming to Greenwich Hospital, he served as senior vice president of medical affairs at South Shore Hospital in Massachusetts. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and later completed his internal medicine internship and residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. 
 
   



Dana Marnane
Vice President, Public Relations
Director of Public Relations, Yale New Haven Health System
Marnane joins an integrated Marketing, Public Relations and Government Relations team to spearhead media relations across the Yale New Haven Health System. She previously served as Vice President of Communications and Awareness and National Director of Communications at Autism Speaks in New York over the past seven years. Prior to joining Autism Speaks, Dana was the Publicity Manager for Lord & Taylor in New York for ten years and Communications Director for U.S. Sailing in Newport, Rhode Island. Dana is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
  Melissa Turner
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Greenwich Hospital and Bridgeport Hospitals
Vice President, Yale New Haven Health System
Turner develops and implements human resource strategies at Greenwich Hospital and Bridgeport Hospital. Before coming to Greenwich Hospital in 2007, she was director of human resources with Office Depot’s Business to Business Division in Trumbull, Conn. Turner has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Kansas and completed the Advanced Human Resources Leadership Development Program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
   
  Jim Wright
Vice President, Greenwich Hospital Foundation
As chief development officer for the foundation, Wright provides leadership to ensure overall philanthropic support of Greenwich Hospital. He comes to the hospital after serving as director of development for Yale-New Haven Hospital. In this position he managed Yale-New Haven Hospital's areas of special events, planned giving, corporate and foundation relations and development services. Prior to Yale-New Haven Hospital Wright was director of development for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Wright earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Toledo and Master of Fine Arts, Theater at CUNY Brooklyn College.
   
  Medical Staff Officers 
   
  David D. Evans, MD
Chief of Staff 
  
   
  Paul J. Apostolides, MD
Assistant Chief of Staff 
   
  Athanassios Petrotos, MD
Secretary 
   
  Ellen N. Wolfson, MD
Treasurer
   
  Department Directors & Section Heads 
   
  Hospital Trustees & Greenwich Health Care Services, Inc.