Dr. Justin Lundbye of Waterbury, Connecticut, Hospital Receives Leadership Award for COVID Outreach

Dr. Justin Lundbye of Waterbury, Connecticut, Hospital Receives Leadership Award for COVID Outreach
August 15, 2020

Waterbury Hospital‘s Dr. Justin Lundbye received the Waterbury, Connecticut, Regional Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Council Leadership Award at a virtual ceremony on Aug. 4, 2020. The leadership award is presented to a health professional who embodies the qualities required to improve healthcare in the community by raising awareness, initiating change, enhancing quality of care, and/or creating new services.

Dr. Lundbye was instrumental in setting policies to protect patients, employees, and our community during the COVID-19 surge, guiding the hospital through tremendous change to meet the needs of COVID-19 patients and the community. He also led a team that established a COVID-19 drive-through sampling station in record time, making Waterbury Hospital only the second outpatient testing site in Connecticut. Dr. Lundbye helped educate the public as a medical

Dr. Justin Lundbye with the Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Council Leadership Award he received. Dr. Lundbye was instrumental in setting policies ensure safety during the COVID-19 surge, guiding the hospital through tremendous change to meet the needs of COVID-19 patients and the community. He also led a team that established a COVID-19 drive-through sampling station in record time, making Waterbury Hospital only the second outpatient testing site in Connecticut.

Dr. Lundbye also helped educate the public as a medical spokesman and media expert for the hospital on issues related to COVID-19.