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April 27, 2022

Spectrum Health Systems appoints three new leaders as part of expansion

Photo | Courtesy | Spectrum Health Systems Spectrum Health Systems' Charles J. Faris Recovery Center in Westborough

As part of Spectrum Health System’s expansion, the nonprofit organization announced on Tuesday it was adding three new employees to help manage its integrated care, fiscal reporting, and business development. 

The three new hires are Christina Cronin, formerly of the Taunton Community Crisis Intervention Team, James Luks, former director of accounting at Sevita Health Care in Worcester, and George Timmons, who previously served as program director at the Washburn House in Worcester. 

The new hires come as Spectrum Health Systems, which is based in Worcester and provides addiction treatment throughout Massachusetts, announced in March it was expanding its senior leadership team to allow further growth and expansion of the organization.

“The recent expansion of our leadership team was a crucial step in fortifying our infrastructure,” said Kurt Isaacson, president, and CEO of Spectrum Health Systems, in a press release. “These strategic new hires further strengthen our ability to operate efficiently and effectively, while providing the highest quality of care.”

Cronin will serve as the executive director of integrated care at Spectrum Health Systems and is tasked with developing new healthcare models and services.

Luks will be responsible for implementing financial policies and producing impact reports.

Timmons will serve at Spectrum Health Systems' subsidiary, the New England Recovery Center, maintaining relationships with the wider community as well as implementing marketing and business development plans for the center.

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