Boston, MA - August 29, 2014
- Coverys, a leading provider of medical professional liability insurance and related services, announced today that Theodore Kelley, senior vice president of human resources, will retire effective August 29, 2014. Noreen Fiore-Sarno had been named as his successor, beginning her new position as vice president of human resources in May 2014. “It has been an honor to have been associated with Coverys for the past 18 years. I feel fortunate to have been part of a prominent organization that truly values their employees which is evidenced in the longevity of employees and the teamwork approach demonstrated company-wide,” said Ted Kelley, senior vice president of Coverys. “As I move into retirement, I am confident Noreen’s professionalism, experience and dedication to the organization will assure her success in her role as the vice president of human resources.” “I am excited to take on this new opportunity serving Coverys,” said Noreen Fiore-Sarno, vice president of human resources.
“Ted has been a great mentor and I admire what he has done for the Coverys’ organization through the years, most recently managing employee engagement and retention associated with our acquisition activities. I feel well prepared to guide and direct the future human resource initiatives in ways that will proactively address the evolving needs of employees while aligning with Coverys’ strategic goals."
“Noreen has proven to absolutely be the right person to take the leadership role as vice president of human resources. During her tenure at Coverys, she has been instrumental in restructuring the human resources department to best meet the needs of our changing organization,” said Gregg L. Hanson, CEO and president of Coverys.Kelley joined Coverys in 1996 as the vice presi
dent of human resources. He has served as senior vice president of human resources since 2012. Prior to his career with Coverys, Kelley has held executive positions at M/A-COM, Talbot’s and BGS Systems. Kelley has also served on the board of directors of the Northeast Human Resources Association. Kelley graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial Psychology.
Fiore-Sarno joined Coverys in December 2000 as a human resource
representative and has served in various roles, most recently as director of human resources. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in criminal justice and a minor in psychology. Fiore-Sarno received a graduate certificate in human resource management from Northeastern University and is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management.
For more information about Coverys, contact Loren LeVasseur, public relations specialist, at (617) 946-8665 or email@example.com.
Coverys is the eighth largest medical professional liability insurance provider in the country based on direct written premium. Coverys companies insure more than 25,000 physicians, dentists, and allied healthcare providers, as well as more than 500 hospitals, health centers and clinics in 27 states from coast to coast. Coverys has net admitted assets of $3.4 billion and direct written premium of $363 million as of December 31, 2013. In addition, Coverys insurance companies Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company (“ProMutual”) and ProSelect Insurance Company, as well as ProMutual-sponsored Coverys RRG, Inc. have a Best’s Rating of A (Excellent). MHA Insurance Company and Washington Casualty Company have a Best’s Rating of A- (Excellent).
Coverys emphasizes physician education and patient safety, and the company is acknowledged as a leader in providing supportive risk management services and resolute claim defense to the healthcare community. For more information, visit Coverys at www.coverys.com