SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center, a Genesis HealthCare® skilled nursing facility, is proud to welcome Dr. Marvin Malek as their new medical director. With patients, residents and their families foremost in his planning, Malek will utilize his extensive experience to ensure that Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center patients receive personalized service, compassion and care.

Malek is board certified in internal medicine and is currently working out of the Ludlow Health Center Springfield Medical Care Systems office. He received his doctorate in medicine from SUNY Upstate Medical School. He later received his master of public health with a concentration in health policy and management from Harvard School of Public Health.

“I am very pleased to have Dr. Malek leading our medical team. Our goal is to provide the highest level of quality care to our residents and patients, and working with Dr. Malek will help us continue to meet this goal,” said Heather Presch, center executive director at Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center.

As medical director, Malek will be responsible for the administration, coordination and direction of all aspects of patient care to assure that the highest degree of quality care is consistently provided to Genesis customers.

“My goal is to continue to provide high-quality, compassionate care and to maintain high patient, resident and family satisfaction with the services we offer,” Malek explained.

Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center provides short stay rehabilitation and longterm care services.

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