Margaretville, NY – Dr. Paul Llobet, Margaret Hospital’s medical
director, became the critical-access hospital’s executive director.
LlobetHe replaces Sandra Horan, who held the position since 2010 in addition
to being the chief nursing officer of HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley.
Horan remains as CNO and adds management oversight of HealthAlliance Mental
Health Services, HealthAlliance President and Chief Executive Officer
David Scarpino said in announcing the change.
Margaretville Hospital’s new medical director will be announced shortly.
Llobet’s new leadership position includes responsibilities for Margaretville
Hospital’s day-to-day operations.
“He will carry out his work in concert with the overall direction
of the HealthAlliance healthcare system as part of the HealthAlliance
Executive Cabinet,” Scarpino said.
Llobet, board certified in internal medicine, has been with Margaretville
Hospital since September 2010. He started out as the emergency room director
before becoming the medical director in 2012. He also runs a private general
medicine practice with his wife, Dr. Holly Llobet, who is also board certified
in internal medicine.
Paul Llobet, who turns 41 in October, graduated from the Universidad Autónoma
de Guadalajara School of Medicine in Jalisco, Mexico, in 2002. He served
from 2004 to 2007 as a medical resident at Ican School of Medicine at
Mount Sinai’s Cabrini Medical Center in New York City.
Before moving to Fleischmanns in 2010, Llobet was affiliated with St. Vincent’s
Catholic Medical Center and Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City
and Stony Brook University Medical Center on Long Island.
He is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine, which certifies
physicians who practice internal medicine.
Because of his new role, Llobet is now an ex officio member of the Margaretville
Hospital board. He is also a member of the HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s
Avenue Campus board and of the HealthAlliance Strategic Planning Committee.
He is additionally chairman of the steering committee of the HealthAlliance
Physician Network, facilitating the coordination of patient care across
conditions, providers, settings and time. The idea behind this coordination,
known as clinical integration, is to achieve care that is safe, timely,
effective, efficient, equitable and patient-focused. Llobet speaks English