Dr. Richard Stahl, of Madison, has been appointed senior associate dean for strategic relationships at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University.
In his new position, Stahl is responsible for providing the oversight of the clinical, educational and research relationships required to fulfill the clinical components of the third and fourth years of the medical school’s curriculum. The medical school’s principal clinical partner is St. Vincent’s Medical Center, and it also has affiliations with other hospitals in the state, including the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, Griffin Hospital, Jewish Senior Services, the Jewish Home, Middlesex Hospital, MidState Medical Center and Waterbury Hospital. Stahl will continue to maintain a clinical practice in plastic and reconstructive surgery in Guilford.
“Dr. Stahl is an important addition to the medical school’s leadership team,” said Dr. Bruce Koeppen, founding dean of the medical school. “His experience and expertise will help the school establish and maintain the important clinical and community relationships we need to provide an exceptional educational experience for our students.”
Stahl, who has more than 35 years of leadership experience, comes to Quinnipiac from the Yale New Haven Health System, where he most recently served as vice president for clinical services. While at the Yale New Haven Health System, Stahl served in several leadership roles, including assistant medical director of surgery, the Emergency Department; co-director, Yale Comprehensive Breast Center; associate chief of the Department of Surgery; associate chief of staff; executive director, Perioperative Services; and vice president of the Ambulatory Services Division. He also was a member of the senior operations group.
Stahl earned his medical degree at Vanderbilt University and completed his residency training in general surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where he served as chief resident. He also completed a residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Emory University, where he also served as chief resident. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from Emory and a MBA from the University of New Haven.