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August 23, 2016

Good Samaritan Medical Center Announces New VP of Operations Director of Quality and Patient Safety

Matt has served as Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Good Samaritan Medical Center (GSMC) since June of 2014.  In this capacity, he led a team responsible for all quality, patient safety, risk management, infection control, regulatory, performance improvement, and patient advocacy activities.
In addition, Matt has served as the Manager for EMS Operations since October of 2015.  He focused on the day-to-day relationships with multiple EMS partners to strengthen education, efficiency, and the customer and patient experience.
“Matt’s promotion to Vice President of Operations will allow him to continue to use evidence-based practices, strategies and action plans to help align and achieve local and system goals,” said John Jurczyck, FACHE, President, Good Samaritan Medical Center.
He will have oversight of multiple hospital departments including Facilities, Environmental Services, Radiology, Laboratory Services and Food Services.
Prior to his tenure at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Matt held several positions within the Steward Health Care system including Manager of Performance and Regulatory Preparedness at Morton Hospital from 2013-2014, Quality and Performance Improvement Analyst for Steward Corporate Offices in Boston from 2011-2013 and a position in Finance and Administration at Carney hospital from 2009-2011.
Matt attended Boston College where he received a B.A. in History with a focus on Business Law and Economics. He is currently working towards a Master’s Degree from Southern New Hampshire University in Business Administration with a focus on Healthcare Administration.
“Matt is a dynamic leader who has cultivated positive relationships with staff and physicians within our organization and at the corporate level,” Jurczyk continued. “His reputation for collaboration and accountability will be assets as Good Samaritan continues to become the premier regional choice for health care.”