Senior women painting in art class

Leadership

Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitation Center operates as a not-for-profit organization under its parent corporation, the Eastern Orthodox Management Corporation (EOMC). As a not-for-profit health care facility, our focus is on providing the highest quality of care to our residents, without the pressures faced by our for-profit counterparts to meet certain financial targets. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of 9 members elected from the 12 parishes of the Council of Eastern Orthodox Churches of Central Massachusetts (CEOC), 3 members of the clergy, and 3 representatives of the CEOC.

Executive Team

Rodolfo Parra

Rodolfo A. Parra – LNHA
CEO and Administrator

Rodolfo has over 15 years of experience as an executive in the healthcare and senior living industry. Prior to joining Holy Trinity Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, he held executive positions at LCB Senior Living, Transforming Age, and Life Care Services and was responsible for the startup, operations and management of multiple Nursing Homes, Assisted Living and Life Plan Communities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Economics from Lake Forest College.

Rodolfo serves on the Board of several not-for-profit organizations and was drawn to long-term care for the opportunity to make a positive and purposeful difference in the lives of older adults each and every day.


 

Kim Riel
VP of Clinical Operations

Kim Riel has been at Holy Trinity since 2019, currently working as the VP of Clinical Operations. She oversees a number of departments working with the department heads and the Director of Nursing to ensure effective systems are implemented and managed for positive outcomes. Riel takes pride in ensuring that quality care is provided to all patients and residents by assisting the Holy Trinity team in maintain a 5-star rating. Currently focused on growing our short-term skilled nursing unit, Riel’s long-term goal is to open a memory unit with a focus on dementia care for older adults.


Pamela Wunsch

Pamela Wunsch
Director of Finance and Talent Management

Pamela Wunsch, Director of Finance and Talent Management, earned her bachelor’s in Business Administration from Worcester State University in 2002.  Pam will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing all financial related activities.  In this role, she communicates financial insights to the CEO, President and the Board of Directors to ensure the future growth and success of Holy Trinity.  As well, she recently added “talent management” to her title and she will be focusing on employee retention and recruitment to attract the top talent to our 5-star facility.


Jonathan Gonzalez

Jonathan Gonzalez
Directory of Nursing

Director of Nursing, Jonathan Gonzalez, is balancing the responsibilities of having a young family with a challenging career as a Director of Nursing.  After graduating from Quinsigamond Community College’s popular nursing program in 2013 as an LPN, he continued his studies to earn an RN in 2018. “I like to identify a problem area and implement a solution that results in a positive patient outcome,” he says. For example, a family recently approached Gonzalez worried about a patient up for discharge who refused to walk. After getting a rheumatologist to prescribe a gel for pain, Gonzalez rub the gel onto the man’s legs and got him up and walking with a smile on his face, ready to go home.

Board of Directors 2021-22

Steve Fotos, Jr.
President, Board of Directors

Fr. Paul Bebis
Sam Bitar
Lea Christo
Tom Fitzpatrick
Travis Gagen
Margarite Landry
Gena Liacopulos
John Lito
Joanne McMahan
Fr. Selim Milad
Kathy Mshooshian
Scott Spyropoulos
Fr. Christopher Stamas
Paul Swydan
Samir Tokatli
Marlene Tucker