Ben Pariser has been named Director of the Non-Invasive Testing Departments at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital. The Non-Invasive Testing Departments, formerly the Special Testing Department, include the non-invasive cardiology testing areas and the neuro-physiology testing areas of the Sleep Testing Center, EEG Lab and Autonomic Lab.
Pariser is a U.S. Army veteran and Brandeis University graduate who comes to this role from the Department of Nursing, first as the Operations Coordinator for the ICU and 6 South and most recently as the Operations Manager for the Department of Nursing. He is also currently a candidate for his Master of Business Administration and continues his military career as a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve.
In this newly created role as Director of the Non-Invasive Testing Departments, Pariser will oversee the daily operations of each of these areas. “I am looking forward to this new opportunity to be involved with a different side of the care our hospital provides,” says Pariser of his new challenge. “Working with the wonderful people in the Department of Nursing has been quite fulfilling, and I am excited to broaden my experience here at BWFH.”
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