The following is an announcement from the Visiting Nurse Association of Boston:
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF BOSTON & AFFILIATES NAMES NEW PRESIDENT & CEO
Reynold G. Spadoni to Lead the Nation’s Oldest Home Healthcare Organization
BOSTON — The Visiting Nurse Association of Boston & Affiliates (VNAB), the oldest home healthcare organization in the country and one of the largest in New England has recently named Reynold G. Spadoni as President and Chief Executive Officer.
John Murphy, Chairman of the VNAB’s board of directors, expressed confidence in Spadoni’s ability to lead the agency’s comprehensive home health programs.
“Rey has extensive experience in the health care arena, including several leadership positions in public health, managed care, community health centers and hospitals.” said Murphy, “Rey is a highly respected leader with a strong sense of mission and ethics. He has demonstrated a keen eye for expanding programs and creating new opportunities while maintaining focus on quality patient care. I know that the organization, our patients, their families and the community will benefit from his tremendous skills.”
“I’m extremely pleased and honored to join an organization with such a rich history of serving patients and families throughout Eastern Massachusetts.” said Spadoni, “VNAB’s mission, track record and exceptional staff are compelling and vital during this time of great change in our industry and I’m thrilled to have been given this opportunity.”
Spadoni joins the organization from his role as Vice President of Operations and Development at Atrius Health/Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates.
Spadoni has a career that spans more than 25 years working in various leadership roles in the health care industry. He previously held senior management positions at Quincy Medical Center, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Dimock Community Health Center, Ernst and Young and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
In his new role, Spadoni assumes overall responsibility for administration of the Visiting Nurse Association of Boston & Affiliates, which includes end-of-life support through VNA Hospice Care and private pay services through VNA Private Care.
The VNAB is one of the largest home healthcare agencies in New England with more than 500 employees and an operating budget of $44 million. In 2008, it provided 250,000 home care visits to more than 12,000 patients. Spadoni has a B.A. from Holy Cross College and an M.B.A. from Boston University.
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