Berkshire Medical Center Administrative Senior Leadership
Brenda Cadorette, RN, Vice President, Acute Care & Chief Nursing Officer
Prior to serving in this role, Brenda Cadorette has served as Administrative Director of Acute Care Services for Berkshire Medical Center and as Nursing director of inpatient medical/surgical units. A graduate of Saint Joseph’s College of Maine with a Master's degree in Nursing with an emphasis on Administration, Cadorette also earned a Bachelors o of Science in Computer Science at North Adams State College and an Associate’s degree in Nursing from Berkshire Community College. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, an honor society of nursing which is by invitation only to those who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and achievement in nursing. She is also a member of the Organization of Nurse Leaders MA, RI, NH ( ONL), American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) and the American Nurses Association (ANA).. Brenda also sits on the Berkshire Community College Clinical Advisory Council and the Elms College Nursing Advisory Council.
Sean Jennings, Vice President, Support Services
Sean Jennings has served with Berkshire Medical Center since 1989, starting his career in Security and moving on to serve in a number of positions, including Orderly, Psychiatric Aide, and Clinical Therapist, to name a few. He was later appointed Program Director of Jones III, the Medical Center's Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, and Program Director of the Center for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine at BMC. He was named Vice President of Support Services in 2007. Jennings has a Bachelors degree in Philosophy from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and a Masters degree in Psychology from John Jay College.
Kim Obanhein, RN, Vice President, Ambulatory Services
Kim Obanhein joined Berkshire Medical Center in 1987 as a Registered Nurse and quickly advanced in her career to become a nursing department director. She was Administrative Director for Radiology and has worked in Quality Management and Finance. She has served in Project Management at Berkshire Health Systems, overseeing and implementing clinical projects such as renovations to the Intensive Care Unit at BMC, Pharmacy automation, outpatient imaging, development of a new Dialysis Center at Fairview Hospital, Radiology and Digital Mammography. Obanhein holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Roberta Gale, RN, Vice President, Integrated Health & Home Care
Roberta Gale joined BMC in 1995, serving as an Emergency Department nurse and educator. In 2005, she was appointed Clinical Leader in the Emergency Department. She was appointed to her current position in 2017. Gale is a graduate of the University of Phoenix with a dual Master's degree in Business Administration and Nursing She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Worcester State College and is a graduate of the RN diploma program at Worcester City Hospital School of Nursing. Gale is an active member in the Emergency Nurses Association. She is currently President of the Berkshire Chapter of the Emergency Nurses Association.