Todd Burton was named senior vice president, chief retail banking officer of Thomaston Savings Bank.
Burton joined the bank in 2011 and previously served as senior vice president, senior retail banking officer. He oversees the bank’s regional managers, mortgage loan Officers and community outreach officer as well as serving as the bank’s community reinvestment act officer.
He is actively involved in the community, serving on the board of trustees for the Pine Grove Association, as a board member for the Wolcott Circle of Sports and New Foundations, and as a member of the Main Street Community Foundation’s Asset Development Committee. As a volunteer, he participates in the United Way’s Annual Day of Caring initiative and Camp MOE clean-up.
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New cardio rehab center at Waterbury Hospital
Waterbury Hospital has announced its new cardiopulmonary rehabilitation center, meeting what hospital officials feel is an increasing need.
The newly renovated space more than doubles the size of the cardiopulmonary rehab space at Waterbury Hospital. The space is bright with large windows and has a separate waiting room and private changing rooms, according to the hospital. The number of patients who can exercise in the space went from eight to 12, providing better access to the medically supervised program that optimizes the physical, psychological and social functioning of patients with cardiac and/or respiratory issues.
The hospital is planning an open house at the facility on April 19, from 3-5 p.m. in its cardio rehab center, Room 1400.
“We had outgrown the space we used over the years,” said spokesperson Lauresha Xhihani. “As we added more services in recent years, including transaortic valve replacement, the need increased. At one point, we had a wait list. We’re happy to say we don’t have a waiting list anymore. ”
Waterbury Hospital’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation is a medically supervised program to optimize patients with cardiac and/or respiratory issues. Waterbury Hospital’s program is staffed with registered nurses, respiratory therapists and exercise specialists and is accredited by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
Wake Up Your Business Friday at Raymour & Flanigan
The Waterbury Regional Chamber invites business owners and representatives as well as potential new members to its free monthly Wake Up Your Business on Friday at Raymour & Flanigan Furniture and Mattress Store in Waterbury. The furniture store is in Waterbury Plaza, at 410 Reidville Drive in Suite 100.
From 8-9 a.m., Wake Up Your Business gives individuals an opportunity to make new connections, grow their business and create more visibility. Participants will be given an opportunity to introduce themselves and their business. The meeting will be hosted by Waterbury Regional Chamber Membership Director Laura Brown.
Registration is free at waterburychamber.com under the “Events & Sponsors” tab. For questions, contact the chamber at (203)-757-0701.