From left, Quincy Medical Center’s President and CEO Dr. Gary Gibbons, CFO Mark O’Neill, Jack Conway & Co. Hingham agent Rosemary Sullivan and Conway President Dick Cahill. O’Neill bought a house through Conway, resulting in a check for himself and his employer, QMC.
Quincy– Chief Financial Officer Mark O’Neill is the latest Quincy Medical Center employee to benefit from the partnership between the hospital and Jack Conway & Co. Realtors.
O’Neill enlisted the services of Conway-Hingham agent Rosemary Sullivan to purchase his Hingham home.
Under the partnership program, each time a Quincy Medical Center employee uses the services of Jack Conway & Co. to buy or sell a home, he or she receives discounted real estate services, and Conway makes a donation to the hospital. Several medical center workers have already benefited from the new partnership.
“This is really a win-win-win,” said Quincy Medical Center president Dr. Gary Gibbons. “Our employees win with excellent real estate services, Conway wins with new customers, and the hospital wins through generous donations from Conway.”
O’Neill was thrilled with the service he received from Sullivan, and the ability to give back to the hospital.
“Rosemary was always there when we needed her,” said O’Neill. “She spent a lot of time with us working to get the deal done. And we were happy this was able to benefit the Quincy Medical Center.”
Quincy Medical Center is a 196-bed acute care community-teaching hospital providing South Shore residents with comprehensive medical and surgical services. The medical center’s Alliance for Quality with Boston Medical Center (BMC), formed in 1999, brings academic medicine to the community. At Quincy Medical Center, physicians from Boston Medical Center direct the departments of medicine, surgery, anesthesia, and emergency medicine. Additionally, physicians from BMC who are board-certified in a range of medical and surgical specialties work alongside community physicians to ensure the continuity of care.