Min Godwin named Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for University of Maryland Capital Region Health
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University of Maryland Capital Region Health
Cheverly, MD (May 29, 2020) – Min Godwin has been named the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for University of Maryland Capital Region Health (UM Capital), effective immediately. Godwin has served as the interim COO since June 2019.
Godwin joined University of Maryland Medical System in 2012, where she has held roles in the Information Technology division of the system, overseeing high profile migrations and managing budgets in excess of 30 million dollars. Most recently, Min served as UM Capital's Vice President of Information Systems and Technology.
Godwin has a strong reputation for being a transformational leader, achieving greater efficiency and efficacy by tangibly optimizing processes, systematically coaching individuals and teams and reducing costs.
"I am honored to take on this role as Chief Operating Officer," says Godwin. I look forward to continuing efforts to strengthen UM Capital's operations and being on the team with my valuable colleagues who show heart and dedication to this organization daily."
Since her time as interim COO, Min has been instrumental in overseeing UM Capital's operating expenses and working with to ensure the organization is financially viable.
"Min is focused on seeing our organization thrive and I could not be more pleased to have her accept this permanent role," says Nathaniel Richardson, President and CEO, University of Maryland Capital Region Health. "I look forward to working closely with Min to see our organization reach new heights."
Godwin received her Master of Business Administration from Dartmouth Tuck School of Business; a Master of Art in Education from Columbia University; and a Bachelor of Art from Amherst College.
About University of Maryland Capital Region Health
Providing primary and specialty health care services to Prince George's County and the neighboring area, University of Maryland Capital Region Health was established in September 2017 upon formal affiliation with the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), and is committed to making a positive impact on the health and well-being of patients and families. University of Maryland Capital Region Health operates the University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly, University of Maryland Laurel Medical Center, University of Maryland Bowie Health Campus, and the University of Maryland Family Health & Wellness Center in Suitland. Together, community physicians and University of Maryland School of Medicine (SOM) faculty provide clinical expertise across a range of specialties and programs including: acute rehabilitation; anesthesiology; critical and chronic ventilation care; emergency medicine; neonatology (including the County's highest level neonatal intensive care unit); orthopedics; vascular surgery; a certified and designated primary stroke center; and the State's second-busiest trauma center. University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty also lead the highly-regarded cardiac surgery program at UM Prince George's Hospital Center. A new state-of-the-art regional medical center is expected to open in Largo in 2021. For more information, visit www.umcapitalregion.org.
About the University of Maryland Medical System
The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) is a university-based regional health care system focused on serving the health care needs of Maryland, bringing innovation, discovery and research to the care we provide and educating the state's future physician and health care professionals through our partnership with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the UM Schools of Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work and Dentistry in Baltimore. As one of the largest private employers in the State, the health system's 28,000 employees and 4,000 affiliated physicians provide primary and specialty care in more than 150 locations and at 13 hospitals. UMMS' flagship academic campus, the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore is partnered with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and is recognized regionally and nationally for excellence and innovation in specialized care. Our acute care and specialty rehabilitation hospitals serve urban, suburban and rural communities and are located in 13 counties across the state. In addition, UMMS operates health insurance plans serving Medicare and Medicaid members. For more information, visit www.umms.org.