MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center Board of Directors Expands, Melly Goodell, MD, and Ray Naimoli Appointed

MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center Board of Directors has appointed two prominent members of the community, Melly Goodell, MD, and Ray Naimoli.

February 7, 2014

MedStar Franklin Square medical Center Board of DirectorsBaltimore—(February 7, 2014)—MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center has appointed two prominent members of the community to join its Board of Directors. Melly Goodell, MD, chairperson for the department of Family Medicine at MedStar Franklin Square, and Ray Naimoli, senior manager of corporate partnership sales for the Baltimore Orioles, bring solid community advocacy with a combined 29 years of expertise and strategic business development to the hospital’s 20-member board.

At MedStar Franklin Square, Dr. Goodell oversees the strategic, operational and financial aspects of the department of Family Medicine. That includes the residency training program, and a certified patient centered medical program that provides care to over 10,000 patients in the area. There, she is also charged with growing community based research and population health efforts.

Dr. Goodell also serves as the director of Healthcare for the Homeless, a comprehensive healthcare clinic for homeless residents of Baltimore County, located on the hospital campus.

In 2008, Dr. Goodell first joined MedStar Franklin Square as a faculty member in the department of family medicine, and advanced to vice-chair in 2009. She was promoted to chair the following year.

Dr. Goodell attended medical school at Duke University and completed a residency in family medicine at the University of California San Diego. She then completed a fellowship in faculty development at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Prior to her tenure at MedStar Franklin Square, Dr. Goodell served as program director of the Family Medicine Residency program at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Racine, WI. She has held various roles as a faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine. Dr. Goodell also serves on the Board of Directors of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.

As the new senior manager of corporate partnership sales for the Baltimore Orioles, Ray Naimoli will be generating new business partnerships and incremental revenue from existing Orioles partners.

Prior to his current role, he served as the senior account executive for corporate sales for the Baltimore Ravens. Naimoli joined the Ravens in May 2004 as the manager of business development. Throughout his 10 year tenure, Naimoli rose through the ranks, becoming the senior account executive of regional partnerships and sales in August 2011. In this role, Naimoli was responsible for securing new business from both national and regional clients, as well as incremental/renewal business from the 21 accounts that he manages on a daily basis. His client base included some of the Ravens largest corporate partners including, M&T Bank, Toyota, Comcast SportsNet, GEICO and Maryland Live Casino.

After graduating with a B.S. degree in Marketing from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Naimoli, served as a Graduate Assistant in George Washington University’s Sports Communications department while earning his M.T.A degree in Sports Management.

Naimoli is a 2013 graduate of the Leadership Baltimore County program. He is also an active member of the Medstar Franklin Square Foundation, where he currently serves as the vice chairman of the Foundation Board of Directors and chairman of the NICU Capital Campaign.

To learn more about the MedStar Franklin Square Board, click here.

About MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center

MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center is a not-for-profit 378-bed community teaching hospital located in the White Marsh section of eastern Baltimore County, Maryland. MedStar Franklin Square provides many medical and healthcare services, including a broad range of healthcare specialties, advanced technologies and treatments not traditionally found at community hospitals. The hospital is ranked third in admissions among all Maryland hospitals and is first in Emergency Department visits with more than 108,000 visits annually. MedStar Franklin Square is accredited by the Joint Commission and certified as a Primary Stroke Center and has earned some of the nation’s most prestigious quality awards including Magnet Designation for excellence in nursing, the Excellence Award for Quality Improvement from the Delmarva Foundation and inclusion in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospital specialty ranking for four consecutive years. With more than 3,300 employees, MedStar Franklin Square is one of the largest employers in Baltimore County. Visit medstarfranklinsquare.org for more information.