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Southampton Hospital Appoints New Director of Human Resources

Vivian F. Lee joins the hospital staff.

Southampton Hospital appointed a new director of human resources. 

Vivian F. Lee, a Sag Harbor resident, has joined the administrative staff at the Southampton Village hospital.

Southampton Hospital President and CEO Robert S. Chaloner said, “Ms. Lee brings extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of human resources to Southampton Hospital. We are very pleased that she is joining our organization.” 

The position was previously held by Paul Davin.

Lee served as the human resources director at The Street, Inc., a digital financial media company, where she managed recruitment, oversaw payroll administration and implemented a web-based performance management program. She also served as the human resources manager for corporate operations and organizational development at Talent Partners.

According to the hospital, she holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Boston University and a master’s degree in organizational psychology from Columbia University.  

Know Vivian Lee? Happy to see this appointment? Tell us in the comments section below.

Paul Misut February 28, 2013 at 07:47 PM
what is the salary? I would say $150K is fair, but something tells me that is way off. For example, if she were to receive, per day, 1 millionth of 1 percent of my recent not-so-serious ermegency room visit, that would be equivalent to about $488,905. Oh, and my other question is this: Doesn't the tuckahoe school dsitrict realize that if they can hold on for just a few more years, then they should be able to get all the tax revenue they need from the new hospital? Of course that is a big if. Which leads me to another question, why are those boardmembers such weaklings? THIS MAY BE WORTH A READ: http://healthland.time.com/2013/02/20/bitter-pill-why-medical-bills-are-killing-us/ .

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