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Janczak named new VP of Long-Term Care for Thompson Hospital

UR Medicine Thompson Health recently named Mathew Janczak of Farmington as its new vice president of long-term care.

Matthew Janczak

Janczak holds a bachelor’s in systems engineering from the United States Naval Academy. He served in three combat deployments while in the Navy, earning two Air Medals in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Janczak holds a doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh and a New York State Nursing Home Administrator license.

One year after joining Thompson as a physical therapist in 2012, Janczak became manager of the Rehabilitation Services Department at its 178-bed M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center. He was named assistant administrator of the facility in 2020.

“As a valued member of Thompson’s long-term care leadership team for nine years, Matt has established himself as a compassionate and highly-effective individual who lives our corporate CARES Values and has a deep commitment to both the staff and residents of the continuing care center,” said Thompson Health President/CEO Michael F. Stapleton Jr. “We are incredibly fortunate to have him at Thompson.”