Lexington Native Jerry Hadley Named Interim Vice President for Finance
Newton-Wellesley Hospital has announced that Jerry Hadley has been named Interim Vice President for Finance and Treasurer of the Newton-Wellesley Health Care System.
Hadley came to Newton-Wellesley in 1998 as Accounting Manager. He was promoted to Controller in 1999, which included managing all aspects of Newton-Wellesley’s financial operations and real estate holdings. In 2008, Hadley assumed the additional role of Budget Director overseeing operational and capital budget processes. He served as Co-Chair of the Cost Management and Margin Enhancement Committee and serves on several other committees including Construction Executive and Space Planning. Hadley was instrumental in the development of accounting procedures necessary for the successful implementation of the physician longitudinal medical record. He also led the PeopleSoft Financials implementation and served as Interim Director of Security and Parking.
In addition to his current responsibilities, Hadley will oversee Business Planning and Decision Support, Revenue Management, Health Information Management and Patient Access.
A native of Lexington, Hadley currently resides in Billerica with his wife and two children.
Newton-Wellesley Hospital is a full system member of Partners HealthCare System, Inc. (PHCS), a nonprofit organization that includes acute care hospitals Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s/Faulkner Hospitals, The North Shore Medical Center, and specialty hospitals McLean Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, as well as Dana-Farber/Partners CancerCare, and the community-based doctors and hospitals of Partners Community HealthCare, Inc.
Newton-Wellesley Hospital provides a wide range of services, including medical, surgical, obstetrical, orthopaedic, neonatal, pediatric and psychiatric care. Newton-Wellesley has been serving its community for over a century. NWH is a major teaching hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine and also has established post-graduate training programs for Harvard Medical School residents.