Trinity Health of New England announced Thursday that Dr. Reginald J. Eadie will become the system's new president and CEO on March 26.
Roger Spoelman has served as interim leader since Christopher Dadlez stepped down at the end of 2017.
Eadie last was senior vice president and COO for Detroit Medical Center. He previously was president and CEO at several DMC hospitals. He also served as chief medical officer at Harper University and Hutzel Women's Hospitals.
"For our colleagues and the people we serve in New England, Dr. Eadie will bring his vision, compassion and commitment to people-centered care," said Benjamin Carter, executive vice president at Trinity Health. "Dr. Eadie is a steadfast champion for better care, better quality and lower costs in U.S. health care, and Trinity Health is pleased he is on our team."
Trinity Health of New England includes four acute-care hospitals—St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Conn.; Springfield, Mass.-based Mercy Medical Center; Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs, Conn.; and Waterbury, Conn.-based St. Mary's Hospital. The system has annual revenue of $1.6 billion and 13,000 employees.