Chief Financial Officer
Debbie joined Pembroke Hospital as the Chief Financial Officer in November 2021. Prior to Pembroke Hospital, Debbie was the Chief Financial Officer at a similar Hospital. She has worked in Non-Profit Community Services, as well as Home Health and Hospice Service’s and Addiction Services. She has held the title of Vice President of Revenue Cycle, where she managed the entire Revenue Cycle from Admissions to Discharge for 4 Behavioral Health Organizations, including residential and educational services.
Debbie earned her Lean Six Sigma Green Belt working with HealthAlliance Hospital (Umass). As the Executive Director of Finance and Business Operations, she participated in the lean project to understand and reduce 30-day re-admissions to the Hospital, positively affecting the bottom line and reducing the Medicare penalty for re-admissions. She then went on to earn her Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, leading a project on the risk of Value Based Purchasing.
Debbie is also a Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR), earning that certification from HFMA, and is currently working on her Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP). Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and a Master’s in Business Administration, with a concentration in Healthcare Informatics.
Director of Risk
Caleb has a track record of facility improvement, financial growth, and healthcare leadership with previous titles of Executive Director, Regional Director of Operations, and Lead Therapist. Caleb had this to say about his role at Pembroke, “I counsel for a living, mentor in my spare time, and try to better my patients lives one day at a time. I believe that results are measured by outcomes and not words. I strive to improve the day to day operations of the facility and help to maintain a proper balance between providers and administration.”
Caleb has been awarded as an innovative practitioner and manager recognized for reorganizing, restructuring and significantly improving inefficient clinical, medical and operational practices. He went on to say “I love our facilities development, which has included creating new organization roles, managing new team members, collaborating with colleagues, recruiting local and distant professional talent, and starting new initiatives to improve patient care”.
Director of Systems and Leadership Development
Frank grew up on the South Shore and recently moved back to Massachusetts after spending the last 30 years on the West Coast. Most recently he was the Administrator and Chief Operations Officer for Santa Rosa Behavioral Healthcare Hospital. Prior to that he held leadership positions at LifeStance, and several behavioral health start-ups in the treatment and recovery industry.