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Boston in Brief
The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is a vibrant city known for its cultural facilities, world-class educational institutions, champion sports franchises and place at the forefront of American history. The economic and cultural hub of New England, Boston offers an excellent quality of life and is consistently ranked as one of the top US cities.

The Boston File
  1. Education. Over the past decade, the Boston Public Schools has been transformed into one of the most renowned urban public school systems in U.S.
  2. Real Estate. Boston features 21 distinct neighborhoods and many housing options... from modern, urban lofts to historic homes listed on the national register.
  3. Family. Boston has many attractions geared specifically for families, including many that provide wonderful glimpses into our country's beginnings.
  4. Culture. Boston's vibrant, diverse cultural scene includes historical attractions, museums, theatre, opera, jazz, blues, symphony, art and plenty of world-class restaurants.
  5. Recreation. Recreational activities in Boston include everything from rowing on the Thames River to biking, hiking, enjoying Boston Common (the U.S.'s oldest public park) and taking part in any number of sports leagues.
  6. Weather. Boston has a continental climate; summers and typically hot and humid, while winters are cold, windy and snowy.
Boston Fun Fact
Boston is one of America's oldest cities. Incorporated as a town in 1630 and as a city in 1822, it's the site of the first public school, college and subway system in the U.S.

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Meet the IPC management team in Boston, MA.
  • Tony Rino

    Managers: Tony Rino

    Executive Director

    Executive Director Tony Rino joined IPC in 2012, following his most recent position as Vice President of Physician Services for the Vanguard Health Systems, a national hospital company of 30 facilities. Prior to that position, he was Senior Director for Medical Group Operations at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center, where he oversaw a multi-specialty group of 700 physicians. Rino has also held management positions at Deaconess-Nashoba Hospital and Milford-Whitinsville Regional Hospital. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and completed his Masters degree in Healthcare Administration at Framingham State University.
  • Deirdre Graeme

     Deirdre Graeme

    Director of Operations

    (413) 543-6826
    Deirdre Graeme joined IPC in January 2008. Deirdre received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences from Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania in January 1990. She also received her Master of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Connecticut, in Storrs, Connecticut in 1993. Deirdre has 15 years of clinical management experience, specifically related to acute inpatient rehabilitation which allows for IPC to provide exceptional resources to our partner facilities. Prior to joining IPC, Deirdre was the director of operations for a medical rehabilitation practice of 38+ physicians and mid-level providers. Prior to that, Deirdre spent 12 years at both the regional and facility level as director of clinical services for one of the nation's largest rehabilitation companies.
  • Brad Markowitz

    Resized Brad Markowitz

    Regional Senior Vice President

    (914) 949-1199
    Brad Markowitz joined IPC in the newly created position of Executive Director of the New York region in December 2013. Formerly, Mr. Markowitz was the president of Park Avenue Health Care Management, the management entity for Park Avenue Medical Associates, the largest multispecialty medical group practice in the United States devoted to the medical care of residents of long term care facilities.  Park Avenue provided medical services in over 130 facilities in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont, prior to its acquisition by IPC.  Mr. Markowitz has a diverse background in health care management, having also worked in the past in various management, business development and planning roles for acute care hospitals and both voluntary and proprietary long term care facilities.  Among his many community activities, he currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Parsonage Cottage Home for the Aged, an assisted living facility, and was previously the Vice Chairman of the Board of the Nathaniel Witherell Home, the skilled nursing facility owned by the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut.