Movers and Shakers: Morse Healthcare Center appoints three executive directors.


The Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center, located in Natick, provides short-term rehabilitation memory, long-term, and short-term treatment, recently announced the following dates:

Michael McCarthy, executive director. He has over 20 years experience in rehabilitation experience and management experience as an administrator of licensed nursing homes. He holds a bachelor’s diploma in occupational therapy from The University of New England.

Mercer Bethany Mercer, executive director of home care. She has 23 years of experience as a leader in senior and health care living services, which includes executive directorships in long-term care communities in Vermont and North Carolina.

Marc Cohen, executive director, Mary Ann Morse at Heritage. Cohen has been executive director for Brookdale Quincy Bay and Whitcomb House assisted living. He is an experienced professional in senior living and most recently served as executive director of Wingate Residences at Needham and One Wingate Way.


Greg Wilmot, of Framingham Greg Wilmot, of Framingham, has been appointed chief executive officer and president of the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, the state’s largest community health center.

He has been serving as interim CEO and president since November. He also played an integral role in developing and implementing the COVID-19 community-based vaccination strategy.

Wilmot was previously employed at AllWays Health Partners, a part of Mass General Brigham, where Wilmot was responsible for the MassHealth Accountable Care Organization strategy and operations. He has an MBA in management from Northeastern University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston College.

Rebecca Burlingame recently joined Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects in Hopkinton as an Interior design project manager.

She has more than 15 years of expertise in designing commercial, institutional, and affordable housing developments and health care facilities.

Burlingame has a master’s qualification in interior design from Boston Architectural College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts at UMass Dartmouth. She also has a National Council for Interior Design Qualification certification, which is the industry’s standard for proving proficiency in interior design and a designer’s dedication to her profession.

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