Senior Leadership Team
Korry Dow, President
Korry Dow’s extensive background in health care finance has benefited the Nashoba Valley Medical Center community for more than ten years, and she has continually expanded her role within the hospital. Dow started out as the manager of accounting before moving into the role of director of finance. Prior to being named president, she was the chief financial officer. In this role, she led Nashoba’s team in operational performance, excelled in expense management and collaborated with physicians to develop programs and service lines.
Dow's career began at Blue Cross & Blue Shield in Boston where she was a Medicare auditor. From there she worked as a reimbursement analyst for Boston Medical Center before going to Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts, to work as a senior accountant for the next eight years. At Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Dow has expanded her role within the hospital over the years. She started out as the manager of accounting before moving into the role of director of finance and then chief financial officer, where she oversaw all areas of finance, health information management, compliance, materials management/purchasing, pharmacy and case management.
Dow graduated from Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts, where she received a bachelor’s degree of science in accounting. She earned an MBA in accounting at Fitchburg State University.
Daniel Suchecki, Vice President/CFO
Irene Weeks, RN, Vice President of Nursing
Irene Weeks, RN, was named vice president of nursing at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in December of 2019.
Weeks brings an extensive clinical background to VP role that includes more than 15 years of experience in critical care nursing, education, and nursing leadership. She began her career as a staff registered nurse at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in various departments, including medical-surgical, telemetry, intensive care and the emergency department. She was an emergency department nurse at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. Over the years, Weeks expanded her nursing and managerial roles. She went on to become the manager of nursing education at Nashoba Valley Medical Center and then the director of critical care. Before becoming Nashoba’s vice president of nursing, Weeks was the director of emergency services at Holy Family Hospital’s two campuses in Methuen and Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Weeks is a graduate of UMass Lowell, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She is currently working toward a Master of Science in nursing education and leadership from Walden University.