Senior Leadership Team

Meet Our Senior Leadership

Learn more about Anna Jaques Hospital’s senior leadership below.

Glenn D. Focht, MD, President

Dr. Focht joined the team in 2021 as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Anna Jaques Hospital and Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Seacoast Affiliated Group Practice (SAGP). He was named president of Anna Jaques Hospital in August, 2023.

Dr. Focht is an accomplished, thoughtful, and mission-driven physician leader with more than 25 years of experience leading high-performance teams. He has provided administrative oversight of the medical staff at multiple hospitals throughout his career, as well as the operations and leadership of large physician organizations.

Prior to joining Anna Jaques Hospital, Dr. Focht had served as President of Connecticut Children’s Specialty Group at Connecticut Children’s Hospital since 2017. This multi-specialty group includes 200 physicians and more than 100 advanced practice clinicians. Prior to that, he was with Boston Children’s Hospital as the Chief Medical Officer for the Pediatric Physician Organization at Children’s (PPOC) for five years. He also held the CMO and Vice President of Medical Affairs roles at Milford Regional Hospital and Cooley Dickenson for many years.

Dr. Focht is board certified in internal medicine. He received his medical degree from University of Pennsylvania and completed his internship and residency at University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Greg Beaumier, MBA, CPA, MHA, Vice President of Finance

Greg Beaumier, MBA, CPA, MHA, is Vice President of Finance at Beverly, Addison Gilbert, BayRidge and Anna Jaques Hospitals. Greg has more than 17 years of financial leadership in the health care sector.

Prior to joining Beth Israel Lahey Health in 2023, Greg served as Chief Financial Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital’s largest physician practice and department, Children’s Hospital Pediatric Associates.

Greg holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from Boston College, Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University and a Bachelor's in Business Administration in Accounting from Bryant University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Mark Gendreau, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Mark Gendreau, Chief Medical Officer, is a seasoned physician executive and board-certified emergency physician with a distinguished track record of leadership spanning over two decades. He is currently Chief Medical Officer for Beverly, Addison Gilbert, BayRidge and Anna Jaques Hospitals, and also serves as Senior Vice President at Beverly, Addison Gilbert and BayRidge Hospitals. All hospitals are within the Beth Israel Lahey Health system.

Mark also oversees a multi-specialty medical group, focusing on talent acquisition, streamlined access and efficiency, and innovative compensation models have played a pivotal role in advancing growth, transparency, and sustainability within the physician enterprise. Mark also manages the Professional Service Agreements and contracts with Independent Groups.

Before assuming his current role, Dr. Gendreau was the Medical Director and Vice Chair at Lahey Medical Center, Emergency Services. During his tenure, he earned a Vizient top quartile ranking across quality, operational, and patient experience benchmarks.

Dr. Gendreau is a Brown Alpert Medical School graduate with a physician executive certification through the American Association for Physician Leadership. Beyond his administrative roles, he maintains an active clinical practice in an academic-based emergency department and possesses international scholarly expertise in infectious diseases and pandemic spread via commercial aviation. He serves on panels for the National Academies of Sciences and provides advisory insights to the U.S. Congress on pandemic spread via commercial aviation.

Joseph Hwang, MHA, Chief Operating Officer

Joseph (Joe) Hwang, MHA, Chief Operating Officer at Beverly, Addison Gilbert, BayRidge and Anna Jaques Hospitals, is an experienced health care leader with a background in academic medical centers, community hospitals and large health care systems.

Joe came to Beth Israel Lahey Health from Universal Health Services (UHS), a health system with more than 400 hospitals, behavioral services facilities and ambulatory centers across the United States, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom. Joe has served in various leadership roles within the system.

Previously, Joe was COO at Manatee Memorial Hospital in Florida, a 295-bed facility with more than 1,600 employees serving Manatee and Sarasota counties. Before that, he served as COO of Lakewood Ranch Medical Center, a 120-bed facility that is part of the Manatee Healthcare System. He was also the associate administrator at The George Washington University Hospital, an academic medical center in Washington, DC.

Joe began his career in health care as an EMT before becoming an administrative resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He also served as an administrative fellow at the Lehigh Valley Health Network. Joe earned a Master of Health Administration from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences/Biology from New York Institute of Technology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is Lean certified.

Kim Perryman, MMHC, RN, NE-BC, Chief Nursing Officer

Kim Perryman MMHC, RN, NE-BC, Chief Nursing Officer has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Kim began her career in medical/surgical nursing, pediatrics and critical care. Her passion for nursing and commitment to patient care quality led her to nursing leadership.

Kim has served as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals for more than nine years and expanded her role in 2024 to also serve as CNO at Anna Jaques Hospital. Her leadership philosophy is deeply rooted in servant leadership principles, prioritizing needs of the team and fostering a collaborative practice environment.<

Kim earned her Masters of Management from Cambridge College with a concentration in healthcare management and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Massachusetts, Boston. She is a strong advocate for nursing professional development and holds advanced board certification as a nurse executive.

Catherine Starr, Executive Director, Human Resources

Catherine Starr, Executive Director, Human Resources, has more than 25 years of experience in human resources and operations. Her proven talent for developing staff, coaching leaders, fostering collaboration, and building relationships is matched only by her unwavering dedication to creating positive and healthy workplace cultures. Cultures that promote and support continuous growth and improvement, learning and development, and inclusion to build patient/customer loyalty and engagement.

Catherine started her career at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, where she directed a broad scope of services to support 3,600 employees and approximately 1,000 physicians. Most recently, she served as the Chief Human Resources Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the Executive Office of Health & Human Services. She was responsible for the people strategy and direction of all HR services supporting 23,000 employees across 11 agencies and the MassHealth program.