Morton Hospital Community Benefits Council | Morton

Morton Hospital Community Benefits Council

Collaborating to make change in the communities we serve

The mission of Morton Hospital's Community Benefits Council is to support the hospital in implementing the annual Community Benefits Plan, and to work collaboratively with the hospital to identify and address some of the many health and wellness needs of our communities through research, discussion, maximization of community resources, and implementation of health and wellness programs and initiatives. The council also reviews needs assessments and annual plans, and helps guide and monitor the implementation of programs.

The Community Benefits Council is comprised of representatives from local health and human service agencies, and other community leaders. Members of Morton Hospital's Community Benefits Council include:

  • Lauren Bartell, Old Colony YMCA Stoughton
  • Anne Bisson, Department of Human Services/Taunton Council on Aging
  • Christina Cronin, Morton Hospital
  • Andy Dawley, Community Counseling of Bristol County
  • Veronica Jatoba, Morton Hospital
  • Tom Lundin, High Point Treatment Center
  • Julie Kennedy, Old Colony YMCA Middleboro
  • Julie Masci, Morton Hospital
  • Diana Martell, Citizens for Citizens/WIC
  • Sandra McGunigle, Manet Community Health Center
  • Elizabeth Moura, Raynham Council on Aging
  • Matt Pilla, Old Colony YMCA Middleboro
  • Peggy Pochay, Morton Hospital
  • Heather Rios, Old Colony YMCA Taunton/Mass in Motion
  • Christine Basile, Manet Community Health Center
  • Hank Sennott, Taunton Boys & Girls Club
  • Cynthia Sierra, Manet Community Health Center
  • Anabela Spano, Morton Hospital