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Jeff Scionti Appointed Chief Executive Officer at Parkland Medical Center

Parkland Medical Center October 06, 2016

Parkland Medical Center is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Jeff Scionti as the chief executive officer (CEO) for the hospital. Scionti replaces Christopher Accashian who took a CEO position with an out-of-state hospital. Having been an employee of Parkland Medical Center since 1986, Scionti brings a wide breadth of healthcare management experience and passion to his new role. He has served in a number of leadership roles at Parkland Medical Center, including several stints in a CEO interim role, and as the hospital’s chief operating officer since 2007.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am delighted Jeff Scionti was chosen as Parkland’s new Chief Executive Officer,” said Kevin Breen, Chair of the Board of Trustees for Parkland Medical Center. “Jeff has a long record of achievement, operational expertise, and a commitment to quality that will help insure the future success of our community hospital.”

Jeff has over 30 years of healthcare experience and as CEO of Parkland Medical Center he provides leadership, compliance and operations oversight to the hospital and its offsite locations. He received his MBA in Business and his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Rivier University in New Hampshire. Jeff is an active member of the community, currently serving on the YMCA of Greater Londonderry Advisory Board and Salem Haven Nursing Home Board of Directors.

“Having been at Parkland for over 30 years, I am excited for the opportunity to lead such an outstanding organization,” said Scionti. “Parkland is a significant component of the greater Derry region and I look forward to continue working closely with the talented and dedicated team of physicians and staff at Parkland to ensure our patients receive the highest quality of care possible and that the healthcare needs of the communities we serve are met.”

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