Donato J. Stinghen, M.D., has been appointed as medical director for the new Kate Creedon Center for Advanced Wound Care, scheduled to open at 815 Atlantic Ave. in Marina Village the week of June 25, Alameda Hospital officials announced Wednesday.
Dr. Stinghen is board certified in general surgery and has practiced at Alameda Hospital for 32 years, most recently as a member of the General Vascular Surgery Medical Group, hospital officials said in a press release.
He has previously served the hospital as president of the medical staff and as chairman of the hospital's Surgery Committee.
“Don’s surgical and medical expertise, combined with his extraordinary leadership skills and passion for delivering the best possible outcomes make him an ideal fit for this critically important position,” said Alameda Hospital’s CEO, Deborah Stebbins.
Stinghen graduated with honors from the University of California, Davis and received his M.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed his internship and residency programs at Highland Hospital in Oakland.
In addition to Dr. Stinghen, the center’s physician panel will include Dr. Lorraine Bonner, Dr. Jenna Brimmer, Dr. Stephen Danne, Dr. Robert Gingery, Dr. Jag Khraira, Dr. Christina Kwok‐Oleksy and Dr. Anthony Poggio
The Kate Creedon Center is an outpatient program of Alameda Hospital that will focuses on chronic and non‐healing wounds.