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My Concordia Career: Kim Masuga’s Story

January 23, 2020

The Concordia Team is comprised of many talented and compassionate employees who have graciously served our mission in a variety of ways – and we are excited for you to meet these fantastic individuals. Let us introduce you to Kim Masuga!

Kim Masuga 3Kim Masuga joined the Concordia family in October of 2012 as a Speech-Language Pathologist. In April of 2018, she accepted the role of Director of Inpatient Therapy for our Concordia at Cabot location.

Kim describes Concordia as “family.”

“I often refer to our therapy department as a family because we have continued to evolve as a department, and have shared many important milestones and life experiences with each other.”

Kim told us she works for Concordia because of our teamwork approach, the career longevity of our team members, and the positive impact that our organization has on our employees and community.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband Mike, their children Allie and Tyler, and the family dog Lucy!

Kim told us she is motivated to succeed by our patients and also the challenges she faces.

“My career is very rewarding with being able to see the difference we can make in the lives of our patients. The day-to-day challenges push me to excel in my career.”

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