Business Roundup: Medical Group merger; professional honors; and moving out of the kitchen

by beth on December 9, 2014

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Above:  Southborough Medical Group is clear to move forward with its merger (photo contributed)

It’s time to catch up on news from Southborough professionals and/or businesses.

Southborough Medical Group merger

This summer, SMG and Reliant Medical Group announced they would be leaving the Atrius Group to partner with each other. Here are two stories covering the news. First from this summer’s announcement and next a progress update from this week’s news.

Atrius Health expected to lose 300 doctors with Reliant-Southboro merger – Boston Business Journal

Atrius Health Inc., the state’s largest doctors group, is expected to lose approximately 300 practicing physicians now that two of its affiliates are planning to pursue a merger of their own. (read more)

New Atrius will be streamlined, smaller – The Boston Globe

[Dr. Armin Ernst, chief executive of Reliant] said, merging with Southboro Medical, a 58-doctor group, would allow Reliant to focus on Central Massachusetts. The Health Policy Commission, which monitors health care costs, did a preliminary review of the Reliant-Southboro partnership and said Friday the deal was not likely to raise health spending, clearing the way for the merger to move forward. (read more)

Falconi Energy beefs up service fleet telegram.com

Falconi Energy, a supplier of premium heating oil and a full-service heating and cooling company, recently expanded its fleet to better serve a growing customer base.

The company has acquired more vehicles to serve more than 3,500 customers in the MetroWest/Central Mass. area. The fleet now consists of 10 fuel delivery trucks, 10 service vans, and two installation vehicles. (read more)

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Names Southborough Resident to its Board of Overseers – press release

Southborough resident Colin Owyang was appointed to the Board of Overseers of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at BIDMC’s Annual Meeting. (read more)

G&N Insurance Partner Zack Gould Awarded James O. Herrick, Jr. Memorial “Young Agent of the Year” – press release

 On November 7th 2014, Zack Gould of G&N Insurance was awarded “Young Agent of the Year” by the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents (MAIA) at their Annual Conference & Trade Fair, The Big Event. . .

Zack was recognized for his perseverance and dedication to the industry, while furthering the mission of MAIA’s Young Agents Committee. (read more)

Gourmet Brownie Bakery Opens on Route 30 – press release

Yummy Mummy Brownies began in the kitchen of Melissa Roiter in 2007.

The recipe is an original by her late grandmother, and that recipe is what has launched the successful small business.

However, the days of baking in her kitchen are now over for Roiter. She has a full-time employee, and the space has plenty of room for baking. “It’s been such a gift that the business has grown so much that I could move into a bakery… it’s been a dream of mine since I started.” (read more)

1 minimom December 9, 2014 at 6:31 PM

Saw the Yummy Mummy shop last weekend while driving to Westboro. Will be stopping in soon. Absolutely delicious sweets!! Congratulations!

2 Melissa Roiter December 9, 2014 at 8:15 PM

Thank you Southborough for your continued support of Yummy Mummy Brownies! Yummy Mummy Bakery is right down the street in Westborough (right on Rt 30!)- please stop in to say hi.

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