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Hospital Association Presents Awards for Commitment to Healthcare
Date:1/16/2009

PRINCETON, N.J., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Several individuals and organizations were honored at the 90th Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Hospital Association today at the Hyatt Regency Princeton.

NJHA's 2009 Distinguished Service award was presented to John K. Lloyd, FACHE, from Oceanport, president and CEO of Meridian Health in Neptune. Lloyd was honored for his years of service and leadership to Meridian Health, its patients and communities as well as his commitment to healthcare far beyond the hospital's walls. In 1997, Lloyd led the merger of Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune and Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank, to create Meridian Health. Under his leadership, Meridian is now a nationally recognized healthcare leader with a special focus on clinical quality, nursing excellence and innovative technology applications.

The NJHA Healthcare Professional of the Year award was presented to Lois Greene, RN, MBA, from Newark, of Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark. As vice president of oncology and hematology services, Greene also serves as administrative director of The Connie Dwyer Breast Center and the hospital's Regional Cancer Center, overseeing the "In the Pink" program. Greene's commitment to the fight against cancer is evidenced by her involvement in a number of organizations including her appointment as president-elect for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, North Jersey Affiliate and board member of the American Cancer Society.

The NJHA Hospital Trustee of the Year award was presented to John L. Colaizzi, Ph.D., RPh, from East Brunswick, of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick for his dedicated service and leadership. Colaizzi has been a member of
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