Sherrill House, a not-for-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, announced the promotion of Everett resident Alessio Miniello, RN, to Chief Clinical Officer. Miniello, who was previously Director of Nursing Services at Sherrill House, is a registered nurse specializing in geriatric rehabilitative and long-term care, focusing on operations management, compliance and clinical development.
“Alessio is a strong leader and effective team builder who cares deeply about our mission to provide high-quality, compassionate care to the individuals we serve,” said Sherrill House CEO Patrick J. Stapleton. “He has demonstrated his ability to successfully lead the clinical care program at Sherrill House.”
“I am excited to serve as the Chief Clinical Officer of Sherrill House,” Miniello said. “It allows me to utilize my clinical experience as part of a veteran leadership team focused on providing the best care for our residents and the best place to work for our employees.”
Prior to joining Sherrill House in 2022, Miniello served as Director of Nursing Services at skilled nursing facilities in Concord and Peabody. His areas of expertise include facility-level operations including recertification, fiscal controls, quality improvement and infection control.
Miniello, a resident of Everett, earned an associate’s degree in nursing from Bunker Hill Community College.
About Sherrill House: Located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Sherrill House is a 196-bed, not-for-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation center that provides high-quality short-term rehabilitation, traditional long-term care and specialized care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. It also owns and operates Longwood Hospice in Brookline. For more information, visit www.sherrillhouse.org.