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May 19, 2017

Michal Frejka Named VP, COO, for Harrington Physician Services

SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass. – Harrington HealthCare System has announced Michal Frejka as the new Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Harrington Physician Services (HPS).

Michal has more than 28 years of executive healthcare operations management experience. He was most recently Chief Operating Officer at Murray Hill Medical Group, the largest free-standing primary care based multispecialty physician group in Manhattan, New York. His responsibilities included overall strategic management, physician management, accounts receivables and compliance.

Prior to Murray Hill Medical Group, Michal spent four years as Senior Vice President for Physiotherapy Associates in Pennsylvania, where he was responsible for the operations at 155 outpatient rehabilitation facilities and more than 750 employees.

Much of his professional career was spent within healthcare systems in New York State, including eight years at Fresenius Medical Care and eight years at Beth Israel Medical Center.

As Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for HPS, Michal will be responsible for the practice’s operational policies, objectives, initiatives, including the development of the organization to ensure future growth.

HPS is a multi-specialty physician group that includes more than 65 providers in more than a dozen locations across south central Massachusetts.

Michal received his Master of Science in Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and received his Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College in New York.

Born in Prague, Czech Republic, Michal lived in Switzerland and Chile as a child before moving to the United States and graduating high school in Princeton, New Jersey.


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