The Health Center at North Hill, the award-winning senior living community on the Wellesley/Needham town line, has hired Adam Goldman as its new Administrator. Goldman’s career spans nearly 20 years in healthcare. He is known for his passion for customer service excellence.
Goldman has hit the ground running at North Hill. He has already introduced innovative programs that promote emotional wellness. “Emotional health is critical to achieving other dimensions of wellness,” said Goldman.
The Health Center at North Hill provides short- and long-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing. As part of Project True North, the largest initiative in North Hill’s history, the community is beginning construction of a new small-house style Health Center and will launch a new Enhanced Living community on its campus.
“North Hill has undertaken an ambitious transformation of our skilled nursing and rehabilitation services,” said Kevin Burke, CEO. “We are thrilled to draw on Adam’s leadership and expertise as we make this vision a reality.”
Goldman’s nursing home experience includes eight years as a campus administrator for EPOCH Senior Living in Weston, Mass. Originally from London, he received his B.A. from London Guildhall University in communications and marketing. These are skills he feels are critical for helping team members achieve at their highest level and for engaging residents and their family members.
Goldman is a resident of Sharon. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for Striar Hebrew Academy of Sharon.
ABOUT NORTH HILL: North Hill provides opportunities for vibrant living from its campus on the Needham/Wellesley line. Founded in 1984, a combination of location, the innovative Lifecare financial model and exceptional quality in healthcare and hospitality service have made North Hill one of the most sought-after retirement communities in Massachusetts. The North Hill vision is to be the leading provider of the most progressive, personalized healthcare and hospitality services to older adults in the Northeast. To learn more, visit www.NorthHill.org.