ONEIDA — Oneida Healthcare announced it has appointed Mary Parry to the position of vice president for operations. She replaces Paul Scopac, who retired on Jan. 3.
Parry earned her bachelor’s degree in health-services management and MBA in technology management from SUNYIT in Marcy. She also holds an associate degree in respiratory therapy from Onondaga Community College and has 22 years experience in cardiopulmonary leadership. Parry served as clinical coordinator of respiratory care at Rome Memorial Hospital before joining Oneida Healthcare in 1998.
In addition to her clinical and management responsibilities at Oneida Healthcare, Parry has also been responsible for the development of several new services, according to an Oneida Healthcare news release. That includes the Sleep Center, Oneida Health Support (Durable Medical Equipment), Advanced Pulmonary Function, Digital EEG, Fit Testing, and electronic integration of cardiology studies.
A resident of the city of Oneida, Parry currently serves as a commissioner on the city’s Water Board and as a director of the Greater Oneida Chamber of Commerce. She also served as vice chair of the Mohawk Valley Community College Advisory Committee for Respiratory Therapy during that program’s reaccreditation process in 2010.
Oneida Healthcare says it employs 950 people and generated a projected $86.1 million in revenue in 2013.
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