Alliance Health & Human Services. Care, support and peace of mind.
If you’re reading this, we know that you are going through a challenging process. While pictures of clean facilities, friendly nurses or happy outcomes can be reassuring, how can you be confident you’re making the right decision for you or a loved one? We believe it comes down to three things: Our experience, our expertise and our compassion.
Experience Since opening our first nursing facility in 1999.we have become one of the region’s most experienced provider of skilled nursing, rehab, foster care services and, more recently, hospice care. This means that we know (and have influenced) best-practices which allows us to provide more effective and efficient care. In addition, our reputation for excellence attracts the best and brightest care providers in the area who value our holistic approach, state-of-the-art equipment and innovative techniques.
At Alliance, we pride ourselves on providing our patients and clients with the highest level of skill and knowledge to ensure that they are getting the best possible care, guidance and support. Whether its innovative treatments and facilities, or just knowing how to navigate the complex logistical of health care, hospice, foster care and adoption, we know what it takes to achieve the best possible results.
At the heart of what we do lies a genuine compassion for the individuals and families we serve. We believe in fostering empathy and understanding among our staff, and ensuring that our facilities and processes reflect this commitment. We recognize the challenges and uncertainties that often go hand-in-hand with the services we provide, and it’s our mission to provide unwavering support and care.
Through the operations of our skilled nursing & rehabilitation facilities for elders, quality end of life care and specialized therapeutic foster care programs for at-risk children, Alliance Health & Human Services is dedicated to improving and enriching the lives of elders and children. We are committed to providing trusted, high quality, innovative treatment that delivers trust, confidence and results.
Our facilities provide a wide range of medical and rehabilitative services.
Our family of
non-profit outpatient rehabilitation services clinics.
A pioneer in compassionate skilled nursing, rehabilitation and rest home care for women of all faiths.
Improving quality of life through compassionate care for individuals and families facing an end-of-life illness.
Provide nurturing homes for children and youth with emotional or behavioral disorders.
Linda B. Corridan, RN, M.Ed.
J. Bruce Riley, CPA
Arthur Mourtzinos, MD, MBA
Reverend Jerome J. Janisko
Christopher Robbins, MA
Janice M. Hockensmith, MSW, MS
Tammy J. Brunetti, CPA, FHFMA
Alfred A. Gray, Jr., Esq.
Francis J. Grady
President and Chief Executive Officer
Frank Grady was selected to become the President and Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Health and Human Services in 2016. He joined Alliance in 2001, and has served as their Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice President of Finance. Mr. Grady has nearly 30 years of experience working in post-acute healthcare, with previous positions including Chief Financial Officer of Olympus Specialty and Rehabilitation Hospital, Senior Financial Analyst at Olympus Healthcare Group, and Senior Consultant with Zelenkofske Axelrod. He is a graduate of Bentley University with degrees in Business Management and a Master of Business Administration.
Tom Lavallee, CNHA, MBA
With over 30 years of experience in Skilled Nursing Facility management, Tom Lavallee has previously served as Vice President of Operations for both Radius Management Services and Oakwood Living Centers. In his current capacity, Mr. Lavallee’s responsibilities include budget monitoring, business development, and long-term strategic planning. Mr. Lavallee earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Worcester State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Western New England University. He is a Board member for the Massachusetts Senior Care Association, and for the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Health Care Administrators.
Paul B. Kemp, CPA
Paul Kemp has served in senior financial leadership roles in healthcare for over 30 years. In his current capacity, Mr. Kemp oversees the financial operations for Alliance Health and Human Services. His responsibilities include budget development, cashflow forecasting and management, lender and government compliance reporting, vendor management, managed care contracting and management of all non-clinical information technology systems. Prior to joining Alliance, Mr. Kemp served as the Chief Financial Officer of Radius Management Services, and Senior Vice President of Finance for the Olympus Healthcare Group. He is a Massachusetts Certified Public Accountant and holds a B.S. in Accounting from Fairfield University.
Elaine Hansen, RN
Elaine Hansen oversees clinical programming, regulatory compliance (Department of Public Health and Joint Commission), QAPI management, and the development and implementation of Nursing policies and procedures. Ms. Hansen has over 35 years of healthcare experience, and before joining Alliance, held the positions of Regional Clinical Consultant for Athena Healthcare, and Vice President of Clinical Services for Aurora Health Management. In addition to her proficiency in long-term care, Ms. Hansen’s clinical background includes working in the Acute Care environment in Critical Care, telemetry, oncology and medical surgical units. She is a Registered Nurse, licensed in both Massachusetts and Connecticut, and is QAPI-certified (CHHI-QAPI).
Mary Kilcommons, NHA, LSW, MPA
Doris Davila, M.Ed.
Doris Davila has over 40 years of human service operations experience spanning 9 different states. Her responsibilities include operational oversight, program design and development, risk management, and program accreditation for Alliance Human Services. Previously, she was Senior Executive Director for the Mentor Network and Superintendent of a juvenile justice facility for the Texas Youth Commission. Ms. Davila earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and a Master of Arts in Educational Guidance and Counseling, both from Southwest Texas State University. Active in her community, Ms. Davila serves on various state agencies and private provider boards and is a Certified Mediator.
Michael A. Dodos
William Farina, PT, DPT, MBA
Bill Farina has over 35 years of clinician experience in a wide variety of rehabilitation service settings including acute hospital-based therapy departments, multi-facility outpatient clinics, home care, transitional care units, and post-acute care settings. Previously, he was the owner/operator of a therapy-based management and consultation company, Terapia Consulting, LLC, managing rehabilitation operations at over 27 post-acute care facilities, adult day health centers, and outpatient clinics. Prior to that, Dr. Farina was Vice President for Rehabilitation Services for Athena Healthcare, overseeing the rehabilitation departments of 35 skilled nursing and outpatient facilities in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Sean B. Doyle
Sean is a Senior Human Resources Leader with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, service and entertainment industries. He has worked with non-profit, large private and global Fortune 500 companies. Sean earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Management from Eastern Connecticut State University. Prior to joining Alliance, Sean served as the Regional Director of Human Resources at HealthBridge Management, LLC.
Lisa Mansfield has over 30 years of experience in Accounts Receivable billing and management in the healthcare industry. In 2014, Ms. Mansfield joined Alliance Health Management Services, where her responsibilities include compliance with state and federal regulations, the migration of software systems, and assisting with the negotiation of managed care contracts, as well as oversight of facility business office operations.
Joy Kruppa, M.Ed.
Joy Kruppa has over 35 years of experience working in health and human services. As Director of Compliance and Risk Management, her primary responsibilities include oversight of all programs including state and federal regulation compliance, national accreditation, and developing specialized training curriculum. Previously, she was VP of Organizational Development & Talent for The MENTOR Network and held a variety of leadership roles with responsibility for program administration, training, quality, and risk management. Ms. Kruppa earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Lesley University and a Masters in Instructional Design from the University of Massachusetts. Ms. Kruppa also serves as an advocate in the Down syndrome community.
Director of Marketing & Sales
Beth found her niche in Hospice and Palliative Care in 2005. She started as an Associate Case Manager and, through the years, applied her education and experience to progress to senior leadership roles starting in 2015.
Prior to her hospice career, Beth served as a pediatric nurse, a mental health nurse and a primary care nurse.
She is passionate about end-of-life care and education. She serves on both the Board of Directors and the Educational Conference Committee for the Hospice and Palliative Care Federation of Massachusetts. In her spare time, she likes to travel and teach nursing to the next generation of nursing.