ACHE Induction of Hospital Administrator

On Sunday, March 22, Mrs. Coralie L. Adderley, Chief Hospital Administrator at the Princess Margaret Hospital, was inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Professionals, an international professional society of more than 30,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals and healthcare systems.

ACHE is known for its prestigious credentialing and educational programs and has more than 80 chapters.  In addition to years of experience in healthcare management, applicants must pass the Board of Governors Examination in Healthcare Management to become a Fellow.  Fellows are described as leaders in their organizations and the field.  They are actively involved in healthcare and civic organizations.

Mrs. Adderley began her professional career at the Princess Margaret Hospital in 1986. She has also worked at Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre; and as Chief Operating Officer at Doctors Hospital for a number of years.  A graduate of Andrews Academy, Berrien Springs, Michigan; Mrs. Adderley obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Hospital Administration from Florida International University.

Born in South America to Bahamian missionary parents, Drs. Wendell and Althea McMillan, Mrs. Adderley enjoys serving people, and sharing her wealth of experience with staff, colleagues, and her two siblings, Mrs. Laurel Long, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources at the University of Alabama, and Mr. Wendell R. McMillan II.  Mrs. Adderley has devoted her entire professional life to the delivery of quality healthcare.  She is married to Ethan Adderley.