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Welcome and bienvenue

Standing O puts out the welcome mat for Lin H. Mo, the new president of Mount Sinai Beth Israel Brooklyn.

Prior to this appointment, our pal Lin worked wonders at New York Community Hospital for the past 18 years, as president and C.E.O., improving safety, boosting the facility, recruiting many new physicians, and broadening the clinical scope of services.

He was also honored by many local organizations, and it is no wonder that Mt. Sinai is thrilled to have snatched him away.

“We are very fortunate to recruit such an outstanding leader and administra­tor,” said Dr. Kenneth Davis, C.E.O. and president of Mount Sinai Health System.

Lin, happy to be moving on up, told Standing O that it was an honor and a privilege to be asked to manage Mount Sinai Beth Israel Brooklyn.

“I am thrilled to be working in collaboration with Mount Sinai to ensure that the best quality and care is provided to our residents,” he said.

Standing O is honored to be giving Lin a “Standing O.”

Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Brooklyn [3201 Kings Highway, at New York Avenue in Marine Park (718) 252–3000].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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