March 30, 2010

Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard Welcomes New Site Administrator

WEBSTER, Mass. - March 29, 2010 - Pamela Zouranjian has been appointed site administrator at Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard.
Zouranjian, a Milford resident with a background in health care management, will work closely with the staff of the comprehensive outpatient facility on a full time basis.

"Our Webster campus services a large population in the community, and we want to ensure it has a dedicated and appropriate manager to facilitate day-to-day operations and supervisory responsibilities," said Ed Moore, President and CEO of Harrington Hospital. "Pam is a valuable asset to the Harrington family, with a wealth of medical background and management experience in the healthcare field."

"I am excited to be joining such a passionate team of people," Zouranjian said. "I am looking forward to managing Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard, which is such a vital asset to the community."

Zouranjian will take on the responsibility as manager for the campus' outpatient services and Satellite Emergency Facility. She will spend time in each department to ensure all aspects of patient care are handled properly and safely.

Zouranjian will also devote some of her time in the community, visiting organizations, peer groups and attending health fairs and town events. She looks forward to educating families and individuals about the Harrington HealthCare System, which is continually expanding to offer medical facilities, comprehensive patient care and emergency services across Southern Worcester County.

"I think this opportunity will help give the Webster community a better connection to their healthcare options," Zouranjian said. "The [Harrington] HealthCare System is a wonderful resource to this region, and we want the community to recognize all the convenient services they can get right here in Webster."

Zouranjian comes most recently from Alliance Health Care Services, where she served as Regional Manager of Operations, overseeing the daily operations of three oncology departments. Prior to her work at Alliance, Zouranjian spent five years in management positions at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, most recently serving as Director of Outpatient Cancer Services.

Zouranjian received her Associate Degree in Radiation Therapy from Gwynedd-Mercy College in Pennsylvania, and attended Northeastern University in Boston to work toward her Health Management degree. She is affiliated with several professional organizations, including the New England Society of Radiation Therapy, and has contributed work in oncology publications.

In her free time, Zouranjian enjoys spending time with her family, including her three children who are busy with many sporting activities. She also enjoys playing tennis and reading.