Salem residents Rich Bane and Julie M. Shea have been named to the newly formed Board of Overseers at Salem State University. The board will assist the president and university in a wide range of activities that support and advance Salem State’s initiatives.
Bane is the president and chief executive officer of BaneCare Management, a senior care center operating out of Salem. Shea is a teaching paraprofessional in the Salem Public Schools.
Lahey Health, the affiliation between Lahey Clinic and Northeast Health System, announced the following promotions to its senior executive team: Gregory Bazylewicz was named chief network development officer, Derek Bellin was named vice president for institutional advancement, Pauline M. Pike was named vice president for business development, Donald Snell was named executive vice president and chief operating officer, and Mary Anna Sullivan was named chief quality officer. Lahey Health consists of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, Beverly Hospital, and all of Northeast Health System.
Aviv Centers for Living in Peabody made the following promotions and personnel changes: Terry Halliday was named vice president of sales and marketing, Jeff Gopen was named executive director of skilled nursing and will also assume leadership in program development and expansion, Megin Hemmerling was named executive director of assisted living, Nancy Milewska was named director of human resources, Ellen Gordon was named director of resident and community relations, Donna Crescenzo will continue as Aviv’s controller and also assume the responsibility of chief compliance officer, and Nicole Lombard Lee was named director of rehabilitation services.
Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston received accreditation from the National Institute for Jewish Hospice for the third year in a row. As a part of the ongoing education required for accreditation, all HNSGB staff are trained in a variety of specialized areas, including Jewish aspects of consolation and bereavement; concerns about entering a hospice; Jewish religious rituals at death and during the mourning period; specific Jewish belief customs and traditions; and the needs of orthodox, conservative, reform and secular Jews.
HNSGB is one of six hospice providers in Massachusetts accredited by the National Institute for Jewish Hospice.