Kevin Shapiro, a local real estate professional who is a lifelong resident of Wellington, has been named to the Wellington Regional Medical Center Board of Governors.
Shapiro becomes the 15th member of the hospital’s Board of Governors.
The primary responsibilities of the board is to use their experience and expertise to advise the hospital CEO and senior leadership in regard to operations of the hospital, monitoring quality improvement programs, and monitoring programs and activities that support Wellington Regional’s good standing with healthcare accreditation agencies.
“We are excited to have a person of Kevin’s background and leadership experience to help guide the hospital for years to come,” said Pam Tahan, CEO of Wellington Regional Medical Center. “As a native of the Wellington community, Kevin has a vested interest in ensuring that the hospital continues its mission of providing quality care for the Village of Wellington and the surrounding communities.”
For more than 14 years, Shapiro has been an integral part of the Shapiro Pertnoy Companies, a diversified real estate development company. He is also a licensed real estate broker and has managed and/or leased in excess of 750,000 square feet of commercial property throughout Florida, as well as assisting buyers and sellers of real estate.
Wellington Regional Medical Center is a 233-bed acute care hospital accredited by the Joint Commission. Celebrating more than 30 years of treating residents in Wellington and the surrounding community, the hospital offers a wide range of services, including comprehensive stroke care, a comprehensive lung program, minimally invasive services, cardiac services, a birthing center and Level III NICU, comprehensive women’s center, hepatobiliary surgical procedures, intraoperative radiation therapy, interventional procedures, and a wellness and weight loss center.
To learn more about the hospital, visit www.wellingtonregional.com.