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The Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Henry Ting has been named to the new position of Chief Health Officer for Delta Air Lines. Ting most recently was the Mayo Clinic’s Chief Value Officer. The world-famous Clinic is located in Rochester, Minnesota, not far from Delta’s hub in Minneapolis.

Delta previously teamed with the Clinic regarding Covid-19 employee testing, cleaning strategies, and methods to reduce virus transmission.

(Left) Dr. Henry Ting Chief Health Officer for Delta Air Lines

“Caring for our people is a core responsibility that flows from our values,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian wrote to employees. “In this new role, Henry will lead us in rethinking and reimagining our approach to health and well-being, utilizing new technologies, artificial intelligence, data strategies and innovative partnerships.”

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Delta has been among the earliest to adopt industry policies that include mask requirements for all passengers, blocking of middle seats through March and rigorous cleaning and safety protocols on the ground and in the air.

Dr. Ting earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Cornell University, master’s degree in business administration from the University of St. Thomas, and doctorate of medicine from Harvard Medical School.


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