Community Business Partners
COMMUNITY BUSINESS PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: MEGRYCO
At Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth (BID-Plymouth), we pride ourselves on the care we provide to the residents in Plymouth and Barnstable counties as well as our connections to each community we serve. Our volunteers, employees, nurses, and physicians are your neighbors and are active in the communities where they live.
We also pride ourselves on the many partnerships we have with local businesses as well. Our Community Business Partners program provides visibility, networking and educational experiences to area businesses who want to help support our mission of providing outstanding care in the community.
Businesses representing industries from manufacturing to hospitality to finance are members of our Community Business Partners program. In this issue of Your Health, we’re featuring MEGRYCO, a family-owned real estate development company based in Plymouth.
Led by CEO Rick Vayo, MEGRYCO has redeveloped notable historic landmarks in downtown Plymouth, including the Armory, the Registry and (soon-to-be developed) Bradford on the Waterfront. The company name derives from a combination of Rick’s daughter’s and son’s names – Megan and Ryan, who are partners in the business.
“We have a real passion for redeveloping historic buildings, and beyond bringing boarded up buildings back to life, what has been the even greater reward for us is the impact it has had on the local economy. It’s a great feeling to have businesspeople tell us that these projects and the new residents have had a positive impact on their businesses,” said Vayo.
One of MEGRYCO’s latest projects is Pointe 1620, a 56-unit, luxury apartment community located just down the street from the hospital on Obery Street in Plymouth.
MEGRYCO prides itself in bettering the communities where they reside and building long-lasting relationships with the clients they serve, including supporting local community resources such as BID-Plymouth.
“We firmly believe Plymouth hasn’t yet hit even fifty percent of its stride in terms of expansion and distinction. BID-Plymouth is a shining example of how this town has transformed. The ratings. The staffing. It is a world-class hospital, and that is exactly what Plymouth is turning into – a world-class residential and commercial center.”
The Community Business Partners program offers visibility, networking and educational experiences to area businesses that wish to develop stronger connections with BID-Plymouth, while also giving them the opportunity to support local access to the world-renowned medical care and specialists of the Beth Israel Deaconess system.
Want to learn more about the BID-Plymouth Community Business Partners program? If so, please contact Kristen Sarkarati at 508-830-2465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.