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October 18, 2021 POWER 25 HEALTHCARE

2021 Power 25 Health Care: Sabrina Trocchi

Mental health care came into sharp focus during the pandemic and one of the major providers in the state is Wheeler, which has steadily expanded its services over the past 18 months.

Sabrina Trocchi

Sabrina Trocchi is responsible for leading the $85-million organization, which offers integrated primary care, behavioral health, prevention/wellness, child welfare, community justice and special education services to over 50,000 people annually.

Trocchi became president and CEO right before the pandemic hit Connecticut’s shores in Nov. 2019. Under her leadership and throughout the course of the pandemic, the organization continued its efforts to become more of a statewide integrated healthcare provider. During this period, Wheeler’s fifth federally qualified community health center opened in Plainville; it expanded its community healthcare facilities in Waterbury and New Britain; and broadened services at its Hartford community health center.

During the pandemic, Trocchi and her team also spearheaded the conversion of services to virtual telehealth and collaborated with communities to implement COVID testing and vaccinations. Wheeler also launched a companywide diversity and inclusion initiative.

Trocchi holds a Ph.D. in public health from UConn and a master’s in public administration from the University of Hartford.

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