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Meet Our Team

  • Maureen Banks

    Maureen Banks, RN, DNP, MBA, NEA-BC, FACHE

    Title: President of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod
    Chief Nurse Executive and Chief Operating Officer, Spaulding Rehabilitation Network
    Education: MBA and Advanced Certificate in Health Administration from Southern New Hampshire University, Commonwealth Fellowship recipient
    Doctor of Nursing Practice, MGH Institute of Health Professions
    Masters of Science, University of Connecticut
    Bachelors of Science, Boston College
    Recognitions/Memberships: Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives; Board member, Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives; Board of Trustees, Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association; Southern New Hampshire University School of Nursing Advisory Board, former president Organization of Nurse Leaders; AHA Board of Directors for Governance for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation; Board of TVM Capital Healthcare Partners, a venture capital group investing in health care opportunities.

  • Daina Juhansoo, DPT

    Daina Juhansoo, DPT

    Title: Interim Vice President of Hospital Operations
    Education: Bachelor of Arts, Wellesley College
    Master of Arts, Western Michigan University
    Doctor of Physical Therapy, Simmons College
    Recognitions: After beginning her professional career in the field of education, Daina became a licensed physical therapist in 1998. Since then, her professional goals have focused on healthcare management that supports consistent, effective and individualized care of patients and families, staff development and empowerment, and the ability to be nimble in the ever-changing world of healthcare.

  • Deborah J. Byrne

    Deborah J. Byrne, CRRN, BSN, MA

    Title: Director of Nursing
    Education: AS, Cape Cod Community College
    BSN, Northeastern University
    MS, National Graduate School of Quality Management
    Recognitions: Deb first Joined Spaulding Cape Cod in 1995 as Nurse Manager, a post she held seven years before moving to Falmouth Hospital’s ICU, gaining experience in critical care nursing. There she was promoted to Director of Critical Care, then Director of Inpatient Nursing, finishing her tenure as VP of Clinical Services. She rejoined Spaulding Cape Cod as Director of Nursing in 2016.

  • Diane Galazzo

    Diane Galazzo, RN, MBA, CPHQ

    Title: Director of Quality and Compliance Cape Cod
    Education: BSN: Marquette University
    MBA: University of Phoenix - San Jose  
    Recognitions: Diane joined SCC in February, 2017. Diane brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare management with a history of improving quality outcomes, patient safety, staff satisfaction and patient-centered care. In progressive leadership roles at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford/Stanford Children's Health, Palo Alto, CA from 2006 to 2016, she developed and implemented the infrastructure and programs to maximize quality of care, efficiency and outcomes.  Whether in charge of clinical service lines or business development, Diane kept a keen eye on quality, aiming for “zero harms” in the NICU, implementing a “Just Culture” for patient safety, and leadership rounds to engage patients and staff. She obtained her certification in Healthcare Quality - CPHQ  in June 2019.

  • Andrew L. Judelson, MD

    Andrew L. Judelson, MD

    Title: Chief Medical Officer
    Education: University of Connecticut, School of Medicine
    Residency: Harvard Medical School – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    Residency Program: Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Chief Resident
    Recognitions: Dr. Judelson joined Spaulding Cape Cod in 2001 as a physiatrist providing both inpatient and outpatient care.  His recent practice has focused on outpatient services at the hospital’s outpatient centers in Sandwich and Orleans.  He is director of SCC’s Sports Concussion Clinic.  Other clinical interests include sports medicine, spine disorders and interventions, spasticity management, exercise physiology, and wound care management.  He has served on numerous committees in the past.

    Dr. Judelson is a Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.