PAGNY Board Honors Antonio D. Martin for His Many Years of Service to New York City Health + Hospitals

PAGNY Board Honors Antonio D. Martin for His Many Years of Service to  New York City Health + Hospitals

Dr. Luis Marcos (left), PAGNY CEO, and Dr. Bijan Safai (right), President of PAGNY’s Board of Directors, present a plaque of appreciation and gratitude to Antonio Martin, former EVP of NYC H+H

The PAGNY Board of Directors last month honored Antonio D. Martin, who after dedicating more than three decades to serving the New York City public hospital system is stepping down to take a senior executive position in Texas. For the last five years, Mr. Martin has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the NYC Health + Hospitals, where he was an unwavering advocate of PAGNY and its mission to provide patient-centered care to New York City’s underserved communities.

PAGNY Board Honors Antonio D. Martin for His Many Years of Service to  New York City Health + Hospitals

Dr. Bijan Safai thanks Antonio Martin for his support and leadership

Dr. Bijan Safai, President of the PAGNY Board of Directors, said, “We wish Mr. Martin the best of luck in his future endeavors and thank him for being such a supportive partner of PAGNY throughout his tenure at NYC Health + Hospitals.”

Dr. Luis R. Marcos, PAGNY CEO, said, “It has been a pleasure to work closely with Tony over the years in his many senior positions in the City’s hospital system. There has been no stronger champion of PAGNY. His leadership and guidance will be missed.”

PAGNY Board Honors Antonio D. Martin for His Many Years of Service to  New York City Health + Hospitals

Antonio Martin accepts a plaque of appreciation at meeting of PAGNY Board of Directors

At NYC Health + Hospitals, Mr. Martin oversaw the restructuring of the City hospital system and had broad operational responsibility for the organization. Previously, he served as Executive Director of NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County and Executive Director of NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens. Mr. Martin is joining the executive team at Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston, Texas, where he will be reunited with Dr. Benjamin Chu, former president of NYC Health + Hospitals.