Christine Reilly has been named as the new president and chief executive officer of The Boston Home on Dorchester Avenue. Reilly formerly served as the executive director of Spaulding Nursing & Therapy Center in West Roxbury.
The Boston Home provides specialized clinical care and residential services for adults with advanced progressive neurological diseases, primarily advanced Multiple Sclerosis.
“I am incredibly excited to have the opportunity to join The Boston Home community,” said Reilly, “I am very impressed with the warmth and skill of the staff and how they make sure each resident is able to live comfortably, independently and as fully as possible. I especially appreci-ated the long conversations with the residents themselves. I learned so much from them. Clearly The Boston Home is a very close supportive community.”
“We are delighted to welcome Christine as The Boston Home’s next president and CEO,” said Randolph G. Hawthorne, chair of The Boston Home’s Board of Trustees. “She is a skilled leader with deep experience in long-term and subacute care from regulatory expertise to resident engagement and empowerment.”
Reilly received her BS in healthcare administration from Stonehill College. She is a member of the Massachusetts Senior Care Association Board of Directors and the recipient of numerous Partners in Excellence awards.
“Christine is a focused and thoughtful leader who understands both the challenges and opportunities The Boston Home faces in the years ahead.
The search committee is confident her thoughtful leadership style, engaging manner and commitment to those we serve provides the right fit for The Boston Home,”stated Karen Quigley, TBH board member and chair of the selection committee.