Mary K. Moscato, FACHE

Mary Moscato is President of Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, the flagship facility of Hebrew SeniorLife in Boston. She is a seasoned health care executive with 25+ years in C-level, progressive experience in post-acute care delivery systems and management of multi-site clinical operations. She is recognized nationally for her advocacy role regarding the impact on federal regulations for specialty hospitals and community-based programs and she is experienced in building cohesive partnerships with a variety of stakeholders.

Prior to joining Hebrew SeniorLife, Mary served as Chief Executive Officer at Care Alternatives, a multi-site provider of community-based, health care services and as Senior Vice President of the Northeast Region of HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospitals. Mary holds an MBA and MPH from Boston University, and a BS from Northeastern University. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Helen Chen, MD

Helen Chen is Chief Medical Officer at Hebrew SeniorLife serving as senior clinical advisor and overseeing the organization's Department of Medicine. Dr. Chen brings over 20 years of experience with evidence-based geriatric clinical care and training to her role along with her longstanding interest in caring for our country's growing senior population to long-term care programs, post-acute rehabilitation, and community-based health care services including home care and adult day health.

Prior to joining HRC, Dr. Chen served as Chief Medical Officer at the Center for Elders’ Independence in Oakland, CA, a nationally recognized, multi-site, non-profit Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) designed for seniors whose health problems make it impossible for them to stay at home without the help of caregivers. A graduate of Brown University Medical School, she completed both her residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship program in Clinical Geriatrics at UCSF. Dr. Chen holds board certifications in geriatric medicine as well as hospice and palliative care.

Davin Janicki, MPH, MS

Davin Janicki is Vice President of Quality and Regulatory Affairs of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. Davin has a depth of experience and knowledge of both post-acute and acute care issues.

Prior to joining Hebrew SeniorLife, Davin was the Director of Patient Safety, Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management at Quincy Medical Center and Director of Quality Management at Kindred Hospital Boston as well as a Process Improvement Project Manager at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Davin received his BA from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and holds an MPH from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a MS from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. 

Tammy Retalic, MS, RN

Tammy Retalic is HSL's Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services. She has nearly 25 years of health care experience and spent the past ten years at Hebrew SeniorLife working with the organization's leadership team, employees and seniors as the Director of Professional Development, Infection Control and Occupational Health. Prior to joining HSL in 2004, Retalic worked at Marlborough Hospital in Marlborough, Mass., as the Director of Inpatient Medical Surgical and Outpatient Pain/Oncology Services from 1999 to 2004. As a registered nurse and cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist, Retalic also held positions at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Mass., Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Mass., and Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, Mass. Retalic received her undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont and an M.S. in nursing from Boston College.

Scott Ariel

Scott Ariel is the Executive Director of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Dedham. Prior to this position, he was Vice President of Operations and Administrator of Miami Jewish Health Systems, Florida's largest long-term care community, as well as Florida Pace Centers.

From 2008 to 2012, Ariel was Vice President of Post Acute and Support Services at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston.

Mr. Ariel has been employed in health care since 1984. Prior to joining HRC in 2008 he was the Chief Operating Officer of Northeast Specialty Hospital-Braintree. Ariel graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College and was awarded his graduate degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University.