Stein named one of The Daily Record's Most Admired CEOs
For immediate release: July 14, 2016
Twenty year veteran of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
BALTIMORE, MD. The Daily Record has named Sheldon Stein, president and CEO of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (MWPH) as one of Maryland’s 2016 Most Admired CEOs.
The Daily Record created the Most Admired CEOs awards program to recognize talented business CEOs and nonprofit executive directors throughout Maryland for their leadership and professionalism. The winners were selected based on their leadership and vision; competitiveness and innovation; community leadership and service; financial performance and growth; corporate leadership and board service; and nonprofit involvement.
This year's winners were selected by a panel of business and legal professionals and a representative of The Daily Record.
"Strong decision making, creativity, leadership and commitment to a better Maryland defines this year's Most Admired CEOs," said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. "They are leaders who have in-depth knowledge about running a company or organization yet also inspire and motivate others to achieve their goals. The Daily Record is honored to recognize their outstanding leadership."
Stein and the other winners will be honored Sept. 22 at a dinner at the BWI Hilton. Winners will be profiled in a special magazine that will be inserted into the Sept. 23 issue of The Daily Record and available online at www.TheDailyRecord.com.
“I am humbled and honored by this recognition,” said Stein. “Every day is a privilege and I am humbled to serve this special group of children alongside our committed staff, owners and board members.”
Last month MWPH celebrated its ten year partnership with the University of Maryland Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Learn more about all the winners here.
About Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital: Where Children go to Heal and Grow
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital provides family-centered, integrated care to children with serious, chronic or complex medical needs. Since 1922, the hospital has helped children heal from illness and injury, and now treats more than 8,000 patients each year. With locations in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, the 102-bed post-acute hospital is a jointly owned affiliate of the University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine. For more information, please visit mwph.org.