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Judith Boyko

Chief Executive Officer

Century Health Systems Inc

HQ Phone:  (508) 651-1786

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Century Health Systems Inc

209 West Central Street Suite 316

Natick, Massachusetts,01760

United States

Company Description

Century Health Systems has been providing a wide variety of health education and wellness promotion programs to MetroWest and beyond since July 2001. Our experienced staff of Registered Nurses, Registered Dietitians, Health Educators and EMT Director prepare a...more

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Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Natick Visiting Nurse Association Inc


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Leadership | Century Health Systems

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Judith Boyko, MBA, MS, RN
Chief Executive Officer


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Judith Boyko, MBA, MS, RN
Chief Executive Officer


Leadership Team

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Judith Boyko, MBA, MS, RN
Chief Executive Officer


Caregiving ChroniclesQ&A: Winter safety tips and advice for caregivers and their loved ones | Century Health Systems

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Providing insight is Judith Boyko, MBA, MS, RN, who has served as the CEO of Century Health Systems since it was established in 2001.
Boyko holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Master of Business Administration from Clark University. She has been recognized by the Home & Health Care Association of Massachusetts as Manager of the Year in 1997 and received the Deborah Blumer Community Health Leader Award from the MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation in 2007. She can be reached at info@natickvna.org or 508-651-1786. Caregiving MetroWest: Winter weather means snow, cold and ice, which in turn means shoveling, salting and sanding. What should you do to make sure the walkways, driveways and steps of your home, or the home of your loved one, are safe? Boyko: The cold, snowy New England winters are especially dangerous for older adults. Boyko: Shoveling snow can put a strain on one's back as well as one's heart. Boyko: The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that "half of home heating equipment fires are reported during the months of December, January, and February." Boyko:First and foremost, if you or a loved one experiences an emergency, call 911. Boyko:If your loved one uses a cane, consider adding winter tips to the bottom so the rubber doesn't slip on the ice. Have trouble getting out of a car? Boyko: The U.S Food and Drug Administration recommends that everyone ages six months and older get a flu shot annually. Boyko:The Mayo Clinic defines "seasonal affective disorder" (SAD) as "a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons... sapping your energy and making you feel moody." Boyko: Juanita Allen Kingsley, Century Health Systems' Director of Business Development, presents a winter safety talk for older adults talk. Boyko: Take extra good care of your physical health - eat well and keep moving, whether it's a gentle exercise video you do or walking at the mall with friends.


Caregiving MetroWest Caregiving Chronicles Q&A: Caring for a child or younger adult with a disability or long-term health condition | Natick VNA

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Providing insight is Judith Boyko, MBA, MS, RN, who has served as the CEO of Century Health Systems since it was established in 2001.
Boyko holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Master of Business Administration from Clark University. She has been recognized by the Home & Health Care Association of Massachusetts as Manager of the Year in 1997 and received the Deborah Blumer Community Health Leader Award from the MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation in 2007. She can be reached at info@natickvna.org or 508-651-1786. Caregiving MetroWest: Every caregiving situation is unique, though there are some common experiences that almost every caregiver can relate to. What are some of the similarities of caring for a child or younger adult with a disability or long-term health condition compared to caring for an older adult? Boyko: Due to the nature of caregiving, many caregivers experience a similar range of emotions, including guilt, stress, resentment, loneliness, depression, anger and grief, to name a few. Boyko: When it comes to caregiving, there are a lot of similarities, regardless of a family member's condition. Boyko: As individual as each person is, so is the combination of services he or she may need. Boyko: Caring for children can be overwhelming to begin with. Boyko: We've talked about this issue in the past, and the advice remains the same. Boyko: There are some very basic tips to heed: eat well, get enough sleep, exercise regularly and ask for help when caregiving gets to be too much. CGMW: Is there anything else you think someone caring for a child or younger adult with a disability or long-term health condition should know? Boyko: The most important thing caregivers should know is that they are not alone.


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