VNSHS Board of Trustees

Robert P. Cogliati, CPA President

John J. Lynch
1st Vice President

Patricia M. Matos-Puente, MD,
2nd Vice President

Gregory P Garra, DO,

Secretary

Andrew Bene
Treasurer

Andrew Lawrence,
In House Counsel

Katherine Moffatt,
Honorary Chairwoman

Members

Ronald J. Duswalt, CFP, ChFC, MSFS,

Stan Gelish

Teri L. George

Elizabeth Haeni, DPM

David Harris, MD, MPH

Mike Hrichak

Barbara A. Kos Munson, PhD, RN

Susan Lyons

 

Michael L. McCarthy, Esq

Peter Nolan

Christopher W. O'Neill

William Pyszczymuka

Judy Ross

Alan Sherr, DC

Mary Skinas, MPA, BS, RN

Arlene D. Trolman,
EdD, RN

 

 

What sets VNSHS apart…

We are a 2016 HomeCare Elite™ Top Agency.

The HomeCare Elite is a compilation of the most successful Medicare Certified home health care providers in the U.S.  It recognizes the top 25 percent of agencies excelling in quality outcomes, quality improvement, and financial performance.

We are CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program) accredited.

We have dual Medicare Certification for both Home Health Care and Hospice Care.

We maintain maximum staff continuity within a patient's treatment period and if a patient is re-admitted.

We provide home health aide care with our own employees hired directly.

We are a not-for-profit NYS charitable organization providing care regardless of ability to pay.

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In Home Health Monitoring Program

In Home Health Monitoring Program 

Perhaps the greatest benefit of in-home health monitoring is the peace of mind it brings to patients and their families.  Our state-of-the-art technology and monitoring equipment helps patients monitor and manage their healthcare, safely and easily, in the comfort of their own homes. 

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Community Thrift Shop

Thrifty for a Cause

The Community Thrift Shop of Huntington

The Thrift Shop in Huntington donates sales to six non-profit. In tough economic times, thrift shops have seen a rise in popularity. The Community Thrift Shop in Huntington goes beyond just selling donated goods. The profits they make are donated to six local non-profit organizations. The store is also staffed with volunteers connected to each of those groups.