Frank Corvino honored by state and town officials

Gathered at the Oct. 21 ceremony to honor Greenwich Hospital President/CEO Frank Corvino, at left, were, from left. Selectman David Theis; State Rep. Fred Camillo (R-151st), state Sen. L. Scott Frantz (R-36th), state Rep. Livvy Foren (R-149th), state Rep. Stephen Walko (R-151st), Brian Doran, MD, Greenwich Hospital COO, and First Selectman Peter Tesei.

Gathered at the Oct. 21 ceremony to honor Greenwich Hospital President/CEO Frank Corvino, at left, were, from left. Selectman David Theis; State Rep. Fred Camillo (R-151st), state Sen. L. Scott Frantz (R-36th), state Rep. Livvy Foren (R-149th), state Rep. Stephen Walko (R-151st), Brian Doran, MD, Greenwich Hospital COO, and First Selectman Peter Tesei.

It takes a lot to get a street named after you but the impact of decades of work shows now at Frank Corvino Way outside Greenwich Hospital.

On Oct. 21, First Selectman Peter Tesei, State Sen. L. Scott Frantz and members of the Greenwich Hospital family paid tribute to Frank Corvino, president and CEO of Greenwich Hospital, for 26 years of leadership at the hospital and in the community. Mr. Corvino is retiring after his decades of service and the town and supporters came out to formally thank him for all he had done.

Opening the ceremony held in front of the hospital, Brian Doran, MD, Greenwich Hospital chief operating officer, said “Frank has made Greenwich Hospital the standard by which all other area hospitals are measured. He not only led the building of this beautiful campus, but created a state-of-the-art medical facility that is recognized nationally for its high quality of care and commitment to patient safety and satisfaction.”

Mr. Frantz then shared a proclamation from the state, followed by Mr.Tesei’s proclamation that October 21, 2014 be declared Frank A. Corvino Day in Greenwich. The ceremony ended with the unveiling of two decorative street signs outside the hospital that read “Frank A. Corvino Way.”

“I share this honor with our hospital family and our community partners,” said Mr. Corvino. “Because, as you all know, it really does take a village.”

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