Massey named assistant administrator at Tug Valley ARH

Tug Valley ARH Regional Medical Center welcomed Rocco Massey as their new assistant administrator. Massey works alongside Community CEO Jeremy Hall to lead Tug Valley ARH.

 

 

Massey, a Beckley, West Virginia native, officially assumed his duties at Tug Valley ARH on June 14.

 

 

Prior to joining Tug Valley ARH, Massey was the West Virginia Regional Clinic Administrator where he planned, developed and implemented overall goals of ambulatory services, provided leadership of physician services and analyzed objectives, budgets and financial strategies. He also spent time as Oncology Clinic Manager while at Beckley ARH.

 

 

Massey joined ARH in 2015 as a physician recruiter after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in political science from West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.Va. and a Master’s of Science in strategic leadership from the University of Charleston, in Charleston, W.Va.

In his new role as Assistant Administrator, Massey will oversee outcomes management, life safety and environment of care, rehabilitation services, respiratory and sleep center services and dietary services.

 

“I am so pleased to have Rocco join the Tug Valley ARH team,” said Hall.  “His expertise and leadership experience along with his commitment to the patient experience will be a great service to our hospital and community.”

 

Massey said he already feels at home with the Tug Valley ARH team.

 

 

“I am so proud to be part of the Tug Valley ARH family,” shared Massey.  “I can’t think of a better place to be than Tug Valley ARH, working closely with Jeremy and the leadership team. This hospital has a rich tradition in community engagement, and I plan to continue the tradition. I feel blessed to have an opportunity to positively impact our patients and community while continuing to move ARH forward as an organization.”

Sleep Questionnaire:

1. Do you frequently have trouble getting back to sleep when you wake up at night?

Yes or No?

2. Do you more often than not wake up gasping for breath?

Yes or No?

3. Does your bed partner complain that your snoring keeps them awake?

Yes or No?

4. Have you fallen asleep driving?

Yes or No?

5. Do you frequently wake up because of vivid dreams?

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6. Does it usually take you a long time to fall asleep?

Yes or No?

7. Do you feel sleepy during the day even though you have had a good night’s sleep?

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8. Do you notice that you are ill-tempered when you can’t sleep?

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9. Do you regularly wake up early and can’t get back to sleep?

Yes or No?

10. Do you regularly wake up feeling stiff and achy?

Yes or No?

If you answered “yes” to two or more of the quiz questions, ask your healthcare provider about a sleep study. Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep! Go to www.arh.org for ARH Sleep Center information.