David Mayer, M.D., Lawrence Linder, M.D., Warren Green and Andrea Hyatt C.A.S.C. have been elected to three-year terms on the Maryland Patient Safety Center’s Board of Directors.
Mayer is currently the corporate vice president of quality and safety for MedStar Health. Mayer’s has held numerous leadership roles including, co-executive director for the UIC Institute for Patient Safety Excellence, associate chief medical officer at GME, director of UIC’s Patient Safety Leadership Program, associate dean for curriculum and professor of anesthesiology at University of Illinois Chicago.
Linder is the senior vice president and chief medical officer of the Baltimore Washington Medical Center. For the past 24 years, Linder has been an emergency physician for both BWMC and for the Doctors for Emergency Services at the Medical Center of Delaware. He has been an administrative leader for 22 elite medical and health systems and has served on over 40 medical-based committees.
Green is the president and CEO of Lifebridge Health. Throughout his career in health care, which has spanned several decades, Green has served in a variety of leadership capacities for major healthcare institutions throughout the region, including executive director of the Eye and Ear Hospital of Pittsburgh, CEO of Sinai Hospital, Sinai Health System and now LifeBridge Health. His corporate knowledge and leadership abilities are also seen in his work on professional boards and committees such as the American Red Cross, Center Club of Baltimore and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore.
Andrea Hyatt is the head administrator for the Dulaney Eye Institute and president of the Maryland Ambulatory Surgery Association. Before working at the Eye Institute, she has served as the business manager of SurgiCenter of Baltimore and United Foot Care Centers. Hyatt has served on various boards over the years and currently is active with the Maryland Health Care Commission and the Beth El Board of Directors.