Marna Borgstrom has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale New Haven Health since 2005. With revenues of more than $5.5B, Yale New Haven Health is the largest health system in the region. Marna began her career at Yale-New Haven Hospital over 40 years ago and served in a variety of staff and operational roles prior to her current position.
Marna chairs the board of the Healthcare Institute and is the past chair of the Coalition to Protect America’s Healthcare and Vizient, a Dallas, Texas-based health care company. She serves on several other boards including the American Hospital Association, the Connecticut Hospital Association and New Haven Promise. She is also a director of Cryolife in Atlanta, GA.
Marna has been recognized for her commitment to community service and the health care field with numerous awards. She also holds five honorary doctorate degrees.
Marna received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and was awarded a master’s of public health by the Yale University School of Epidemiology and Public Health. She is a lecturer at the Yale School of Epidemiology and Public Health, from which she received the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2018.
Education & Training
- MPHYale School of Public Health (1979)
- BAStanford University (1976)