Hospital Administration

dr-andelmanDr. Andelman, Hospital Director

Dr. Andelman graduated with a BS degree from the University of Massachusetts in 1963 and then received his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1967. He has been practicing in Massachusetts since. He is the author of published scientific papers and book chapters dealing with greyhound medicine and surgery. He has also lectured extensively on that topic. Currently his primary veterinary focus is on mentoring interns and residents in surgery.

In addition to his administrative and surgical duties at NEAMC he is also an officer and sits on the Board of Directors for The Bridge Center, a charitable organization in Bridgewater that provides therapy and recreation for over 1000 special needs children each year. He particularly enjoys spending time in the equine riding therapy barn in an award winning facility. The rest of his time is spent with his family including five grandchildren.

 Karen D. Martin, Hospital Administrator

The Hospital Administrator of NEAMC is Karen D. Martin. She received a B.S. degree in Animal Science from the University of Maine at Orono in 1983 and has spent a large part of her career in the construction industry as a project manager for various contracting companies managing projects ranging in value up to $20 million dollars. With a desire to return to her first love, working with animals she left the construction industry and took a chance and opened her own successful pet sitting business in 2000 and in early 2001 started working here at NEAMC. In 2003, she sold her business and decided to work here full time and has had a variety of roles within the organization from technician, front desk supervisor, and referral coordinator to now hospital administrator.

In her current role as hospital administrator she continues to wear wears many hats at NEAMC, including both management duties, IT issues and safety functions to maintain a healthy environment here at the hospital.

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