Queen's names 5 new members to Board of Trustees

HONOLULU (AP) - The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii and the owner of furniture retailer C.S. Wo & Sons are among five new members of the board at the Queen's Health Systems.

The parent company of The Queen's Medical Center said Tuesday Chamber of Commerce President Sherry Menor-McNamara and C. Scott Wo would join the Board of Trustees.

First Hawaiian Bank Vice President Gary Caulfield, surgeon Dr. Steven Nishida and retired venture capitalist Robert Momsen are also joining the board.

The Queen's Health Systems is Hawaii's oldest family of health care-related companies. It's one of Hawaii's largest private sector employers with about 4,500 employees.

Molokai General Hospital and The Queen Emma Land Company are among the companies owned by The Queen's Health Systems.

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