Board of Trustees, Senior Leadership Bios

Officers

Michael Mancuso., Board Chairman
Michael Mancuso

Mike Mancuso joined Lawrence General's Board of Trustees in August 2019 and is the Chief Executive Officer of Peloton Advisors LLC. A resident of Andover, he is a former CEO of Philips Healthcare in Andover, MA. He is recognized as a thoughtful leader and change agent in technological innovations including the use of mobility in health care, development of hospital to home solutions, genomics, wearable computing, and integrated medical devices. Prior to joining Philips, Mr. Mancuso was the CEO of three software companies involved with wireless, video, and data management.

Mr. Mancuso brings strong non-profit experience including his most recent work serving previously on the Board of Trustees at the Merrimack Valley YMCA as well as the American Heart Association of Boston. He and several other colleagues founded the Music & Youth Initiative, a non-profit that creates music clubhouses in the United States. Its mission is to provide free music lessons and music productions to inner city children.


Laurel Sweeney, Treasurer

Laurel Sweeney

Laurel Sweeney is an independent consultant with subject-matter expertise and extensive experience in health policy, reimbursement, and health economics. Until March 2018, Ms. Sweeney was the global lead for Health Economics and Market Access at Philips Healthcare where she built and led a global team of market access professionals.  In 2018, she launched Access Strategies, LLC, a consulting firm that advises medical technology and digital health companies on their market access strategies, including value proposition design, evidence requirements, and payment pathways.  Laurel also serves as an advisor on the American Medical Association’s Digital Medicine Payment Advisory Group (DMPAG).

Mark Johnson, Esq., Secretary

Mark Johnson

Mr. Johnson is founder of Johnson & Borenstein LLC, a mid-size real estate and civil litigation law firm located in Andover, MA. He has been practicing law in Andover since 1986  and focuses on real estate development, land use planning and permitting, resolution of real property disputes and representing clients in residential, commercial and construction financing transactions as well in corporate and civil litigation matters. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Johnson attended The American University in Washington, D.C. and the Boston University School of Law (JD, LLM). He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and the District of Columbia. Mr. Johnson currently serves on the Town of Andover Permanent Town Building Advisory Committee, the West Elementary School Building Committee, and the Andover High School Facilities Study Committee. He chairs the Facilities and Grounds Committee of the Lawrence General Hospital Board of Trustees.

Deborah J. Wilson, President and CEO

Deborah J. WilsonMs. Wilson has more than 34 years of experience in health care finance and operations. Prior to becoming the president and chief executive officer at Lawrence General, she served as chief executive officer at Bridgewater Goddard Park Medical Associates and as the senior vice president of Operations at Signature Healthcare. She spent six years at Deloitte Haskins & Sells and then worked at Partners HealthCare System. 

She has overseen key strategic initiatives including completion of the Andover Medical Center site and Lawrence General's multi-year Master Facility Plan, which included a new surgical building and inpatient renovations. She is the past president of the Healthcare Financial Management Association's Massachusetts-Rhode Island Chapter and served on its board for eight years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance from Boston College. 

Lisa Crutchfield, Esq., SHRM-SCP, Assistant Corporation Secretary

Lisa CrutchfieldLisa has many years of experience in human resources and labor relations. Her most recent role was with Tenet Health as the Massachusetts Market CHRO, overseeing Human Resources for MetroWest Medical Center and Saint Vincent Hospital. Lisa's prior health care experience also includes serving as the Senior Vice President of Labor Relations for CareOne/HealthBridge Management, overseeing labor and employee relations for over sixty long term care and assisted living centers across several states, and performing in the role of Senior Labor Counsel with Cambridge Health Alliance. Lisa is a graduate of Smith College and attained her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School. 

Senior Leadership

Deborah J. Wilson, President and Chief Executive Officer

Deborah J. WilsonMs. Wilson has more than 34 years of experience in health care finance and operations. Prior to becoming president and chief executive officer at Lawrence General, she served as chief executive officer at Bridgewater Goddard Park Medical Associates and as the senior vice president of Operations at Signature Healthcare. She spent six years at Deloitte Haskins & Sells and then worked at Partners HealthCare System. 

She has overseen key strategic initiatives including completion of the Andover Medical Center site and Lawrence General's multi-year Master Facility Plan, which included a new surgical building and inpatient renovations. She is the past president of the Healthcare Financial Management Association's Massachusetts-Rhode Island Chapter and served on its board for eight years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance from Boston College. 

Eduardo Haddad, MD, President, Lawrence General Hospital Medical Staff

Eduardo HaddadDr. Haddad is President of the Lawrence General Hospital Medical Staff, Chair of the Board of LIHPN (Lawrence Integrated Health Provider Network), the Chief of Medical Affairs and the physicians’ representative on the Board of Trustees. A resident of North Andover, Dr. Haddad has been seeing patients in Lawrence and the Merrimack Valley for three decades. He is a practicing nephrologist who trained at Massachusetts General Hospital and strongly advocates for the value of locally delivered health care. Dr. Haddad serves as medical director for DaVita dialysis in North Andover, and for the acute dialysis unit at Whittier Rehabilitation hospital in Bradford, MA.


Anthony Alley, MSN, RN, Vice President of Quality & Safety/Chief Quality Officer; Interim Chief Nursing Officer

Anthony AlleyAnthony oversees the continuous efforts to improve the quality of our care and ensure Lawrence General Hospital meets and exceeds the many regulatory requirements  and performance target measures set for hospitals and outpatient care settings. 

Prior to his role at Lawrence General, Anthony spent the last 17 years at Melrose Wakefield Healthcare, where his responsibilities were incredibly wide ranging. Anthony has a Master’s in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a board- certified nurse executive, certified healthcare finance professional, and has also earned his Six Sigma green belt. Anthony currently serves as the nurse executive on the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing and has recently been appointed to the Massachusetts Hospital Association’s Clinical Issues Advisory Council. Anthony is an active member of many professional organizations that include, The American College of Healthcare Executives, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Healthcare Financial Management Association,  Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and the National Association of Healthcare Quality. 

Dan Breen, Chief Development Officer

Dan BreenDan has more than 35 years of experience across a variety of sectors including higher education, arts organizations, and independent schools. He previously held leadership roles at Ogunquit Playhouse, George School, Middlebury College, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Dan is excited to raise support for Lawrence General’s mission and vision.

As Chief Development Officer, Dan is responsible for increasing fundraising success, including the design and implementation of a comprehensive development plan to support the mission and strategic goals of Lawrence General. Dan reports to the President and CEO and works closely with the Board of Trustees. Dan is a fourth-generation Lawrencian and has a Bachelor of Science from Worcester State University. 

Lisa Crutchfield, Esq., SHRM-SCP, Chief Human Resources Officer

Lisa CrutchfieldLisa has many years of experience in human resources and labor relations. Her most recent role was with Tenet Health as the Massachusetts Market CHRO, overseeing Human Resources for MetroWest Medical Center and Saint Vincent Hospital. Lisa's prior health care experience also includes serving as the Senior Vice President of Labor Relations for CareOne/HealthBridge Management, overseeing labor and employee relations for over sixty long term care and assisted living centers across several states, and performing in the role of Senior Labor Counsel with Cambridge Health Alliance. Lisa is a graduate of Smith College and attained her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School. 

Gerald Greeley, MHA, CHCIO, Chief Information Officer

Gerald GreeleyGerald has more than 30 years of experience in health care information technology. Throughout his career, Gerald has held IT leadership positions including four years as Chief Information Officer at Signature Healthcare and he led IT at Winchester Hospital for 16 years prior to that. His current responsibilities at Lawrence General include leadership over Information Technology, Clinical Informatics, Telecommunications and Biomedical Engineering. Gerald has extensive experience with multiple Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems, Data/Analytics and IT Security.

Gerald received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Stonehill College and a Master's of Health Administration (MHA) from Simmons University. He is a Certified Healthcare Chief Information Officer (CHCIO), member of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

Robin Hynds, MSN, RN, CPHM, Chief Operating Officer 

Robin HyndsRobin Hynds is a Senior VP with over 20 years of experience in health care. She has extensive knowledge of health care leadership and management, assuming executive as well as senior consulting positions in strategic operations, provider network, service line development, revenue enhancement and ambulatory care management. Additionally, Robin is instrumental in applying significant emphasis on high level strategies that counter new trends and care models as it relates to population health and community engagement.

Her expertise includes building a post-acute network and achieving success through delivery system transformation initiatives at both the local and state level. Her recent work during COVID-19 has been ensuring adequate access to care for under-served communities. She has built top notch service lines and is currently working on creating and operationalizing the hospital's Medicaid ACO strategy and new Clinically Integrated Network, among other related risk contracts.

She has served on many community boards, most recently being appointed to MassHire Merrimack Valley Workforce Board as well as active engagement with the Massachusetts Hospital Association as Vice Chair for Continuum of Care Council. Her leadership role is also valued to implement strategic goals related to keeping care local, improving quality of care, patient experience and ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion overall.

She is a Registered Nurse and has a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Master’s Degree in Nursing Administration from Endicott College.

George Kondylis, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Dr. George KondylisAs Chief Medical Officer and former Chief of Emergency Medicine at Lawrence General Hospital, Dr. George Kondylis has been an integral player in helping shape the Emergency Center to what it is today. Over the last 20 years, he has been instrumental at transitioning us to a brand new Emergency Department in 2005, creating an EC pediatric area, EC ultrasound program, and most recently, an ECOU observation unit which has shown noteworthy efficiencies in patient throughput.

He has been an important leader for the medical staff, chairing the Credentials Committee and taking on further hospital leadership roles in the Hospitalist Program and GLFHC residency program.

George graduated from Boston University, attended Medical School at Wake Forest, and finished his Residency in Emergency Medicine at SUNY Syracuse. He has substantial experience both here and UMass Medical Center in Emergency Medicine, Emergency Management Services program supervision and LifeFlight programs.