About Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Senior Management

Mary Moscato, President, Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

As President, Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, Mary draws on her dynamic background in health care operations and management to lead the organization in its commitment to providing the highest quality care available to seniors in Greater Boston. In addition, she will help develop the organization’s strategic plans in further expansion of its health care services.

Mary has nearly three decades of health care leadership and most recently served as president and CEO for Care Alternatives, a multi-state provider of community-based health care services. She received her undergraduate degree from Northeastern University and an M.B.A. and M.P.H. from Boston University.

 Helen Chen, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Helen Chen, M.D. joined Hebrew SeniorLife in August 2013 as CMO for HSL Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Chen relocated from California where she served as CMO at the Center for Elders’ Independence, a nonprofit Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, and held an academic appointment of Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Chen graduated from the Brown University Program in Medicine and is board certified in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care. In her role as CMO, Dr. Chen serves as HSL’s senior clinical advisor and oversees HSL’s Department of Medicine.

Robin Lynch, Vice President, Quality and Regulatory Affairs

As Vice President, Quality and Regulatory Affairs, Robin Lynch will apply her health care leadership experience to the planning, design and administration of a quality performance improvement initiative at the Dedham and Roslindale campuses. She will also serve on the organization’s Quality Council and direct and facilitate integration of the quality functions with infection control, security, safety and regulatory affairs and other areas in daily operations at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center.

Katherine Howard, Vice President, Finance, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

As vice president, Finance, Katherine is responsible for HRC's revenue and contract arrangements with payors, including planning for potential risk-sharing and bundled payment arrangements with Accountable Care Organizations, as well as regulatory, cost reporting, and compliance matters for HRC.  She also supports key initiatives with analysis for service line and strategic planning.

Katherine has been with HSL for 13 years and has more than 30 years of health care experience, including financial management at Massachusetts General Hospital and Partners Healthcare and health policy research at Abt Associates. She holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from McGill University and an M.B.A., with a concentration in health care management, from Boston University.

Greg Toot, Vice President, Post-Acute Care and Professional Services

At HRC, Greg Toot will oversee key operations, including the Medical Acute Care Unit (MACU), Rehabilitative Services Units (RSU), Rehabilitation, as well a number of professional services, such as the clinical laboratory, pharmacy, radiology, and respiratory therapy. Additionally, Toot will manage the departments responsible for referral services, clinical marketing, and discharge planning.

Tammy Retalic, Vice President, Nursing and Patient and Family-Centered Care Services

As Vice President, Nursing and Patient and Family-Centered Care Services, Tammy is responsible for the administrative and clinical functions of the Nursing, Social Services, Recreational Services and Creative Arts departments, as well as compliance with all federal and state regulations. She will be working in partnership the VP for Quality, to ensure HSL’s clinical quality standards are achieved.

Anne Thomas, Executive Director and Administrator, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center at NewBridge on the Charles

As Executive Director and Administrator of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center at NewBridge on the Charles, Anne spearheaded the June 2009 opening of the facility.  Anne is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the 268 bed facility (220 long-term care beds and 48 sub-acute beds).  HRC at NewBridge on the Charles NewBridge  implemented the first of its kind model of care, which honors resident choice and quality of life, while empowering household work teams to build a strong, vibrant community.  

Prior to joining Hebrew SeniorLife, Anne was the Vice President/Assistant Administrator of a 368 bed nursing home in Riverdale, New York.
Anne is a licensed nursing home administrator with a 25 year career devoted solely to working with older adults.  As a licensed social worker with a specialty in group work, Anne has a strong commitment to and affinity for older people.

Anne received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Providence College and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Hunter College.

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