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March 16, 2014

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METHUEN — PACE at Nevins has announced the addition of Windham resident Hanati (Hana) Lubega, NP to their comprehensive Interdisciplinary Team. Lubega specializes in gerontology and is the Nurse Practitioner at the newest PACE location, Nevins Adult Day Health Center, 12 Ingalls Court, Methuen. PACE (Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is dedicated to maintaining the health of older adults so that they may continue to live in their homes independently in the community. It provides multiple integrated services, ranging from healthcare needs to social supports. She comes to PACE after completing both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at UMass Lowell, where she graduated in May 2010.

METHUEN — PACE at Nevins has announced the addition of Boston resident Innokently Bakaev, MD “Dr. Kent” to its team. Dr. Kent will be the Gerontology Specific Primary Care Physician at the newest PACE location at Nevins Adult Day Health Center, 12 Ingalls Court, Methuen. PACE (Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is dedicated to maintaining the health of older adults so that they may continue to live in their homes independently in the community. It provides multiple integrated services, ranging from healthcare needs to social supports. Dr. Kent comes to PACE after completing his medical education and obtaining his Medical Degree in Russia. His postdoctoral training was at Oakland Medical Center, an affiliation of Wayne State University, Pontiac, Mich., and at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical, affiliated with Harvard Medical School. He is also currently a Geriatrician at The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center.

WOBURN — Phil Morrissey of Salem, N.H., was recently recognized by Cummings Properties for 30 years of service. During an annual event at the Hilton Boston/Woburn, the suburban commercial real estate firm presented awards to 15 staff members who reached milestone employment anniversaries during the past year. Morrissey and four other colleagues reaching their 30th year of service with Cummings Properties each received a “Stephens Chair,” an engraved captain’s chair named in honor of Douglas Stephens, the company’s late treasurer and first 30-year colleague. In addition, Cummings Properties presented designer watches to four employees celebrating 20th anniversaries, and commemorative clocks to six employees celebrating 10th anniversaries. Morrissey was based at the firm’s Woburn, Mass., headquarters for several years, playing a meaningful role in many major projects before being transferred to Beverly, Mass., to assist with the redevelopment of the massive Cummings Center campus. He is known in-house as the “go-to guy” for finishes, the final structural details that make a new buildout or renovation complete. Now responsible for estate management of common areas at the 2 million-square-foot office and technology park, Morrissey makes sure everything is in ideal condition, and facilitates any necessary remedies. A licensed pilot, Morrissey has assisted in taking aerial photos of some of Cummings Properties’ campuses, in addition to flying for enjoyment. He also coaches hockey and softball. He and his wife, Carol, have resided in Salem for 28 years and have two college-age daughters.

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