SAYRE – Guthrie has announced that Guthrie President and CEO Dr. Edmund Sabanegh has been named to the Board of Directors for the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP).
According to a press release, HAP’s 28-member board is made up of health care leaders from across the commonwealth. The board sets the association’s strategic direction and priorities related to fostering a robust hospital community and promoting access to high-quality care across the commonwealth.
“I am proud to welcome Dr. Edmund Sabanegh to HAP’s Board of Directors,” said Nicole Stallings, President and CEO of HAP. “As an accomplished physician and health care leader, Dr. Sabanegh brings valuable experience and perspective to HAP’s work advancing high-quality clinical care and strengthening hospitals’ and health systems’ mission to improve the health of their patients and communities.”
HAP represents more than 230 hospitals as well as the patients and communities they serve. Board members serve three-year terms. Additional information about HAP and the board is available online.
The Guthrie Clinic is a non-profit multispecialty health system that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Based in Sayre, Pennsylvania, The Guthrie Clinic is one of the nation’s longest established group practices, founded in 1910 by Dr. Donald Guthrie with a vision of providing patient-centered care through a clinically-integrated network of employed providers. It is an industry leader in the use of technology and electronic medical records to provide high-quality care. Among The Guthrie Clinic’s 6,500 caregivers are more than 700 physicians and advanced practice providers, representing the spectrum of medical specialties and sub-specialties. The Guthrie Clinic is a five-hospital system with a large network of outpatient facilities that spans nearly 9,000 square miles in Pennsylvania and upstate New York. It is dedicated to training the next generation of health care leaders, offering seven residencies and three fellowships.