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Company Overview of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc.

Company Overview

Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc. operates a chain of hospitals, nursing homes, a regional home care and hospice network, and a community based in New York. Its facilities provide inpatient discharges, non-acute ambulatory care encounters, rehabilitation visits, hospice days of care over, newborn deliveries, inpatient and ambulatory surgeries, cardiac catheterizations, coronary angioplasties, and open heart surgeries; and services for individuals with special needs. The company also provides emergency services, such as care to individuals with various medical issues, including patients with critical or complex conditions, such as heart attack and stroke, and cuts and broken bones...

992 North Village Avenue

Rockville Centre, NY 11570

United States

Founded in 1997





Key Executives for Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 64
Executive Chairman
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Executive Officer of the Three Suffolk County Hospitals and President of the Three Suffolk County Hospitals
Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc. Key Developments

Catholic Health Services of Long Island Names Patrick M. O'Shaughnessy as Vice President for Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer

Catholic Health Services of Long Island has named Dr. Patrick M. O'Shaughnessy as the system's vice president for medical affairs and chief medical officer. He succeeds Dr. Joel Yohai. Prior to joining CHSLI, O'Shaughnessy held physician and faculty appointments at Beth Israel Medical Center.

Catholic Health Services of Long Island Appoints Dennis Verzi as Chief Operating Officer

Catholic Health Services of Long Island has named Dennis Verzi as chief operating officer, effective July 1, 2013. Verzi is chief administrative officer for St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown and interim executive vice president and president and CEO for Good Samaritan, St. Catherine and St. Charles hospitals.

Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc. Announces Management Changes, Effective from July 1, 2013

Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Inc. has named Dr. Alan Guerci, a cardiologist, who now is executive vice president for the health system and chief executive of St. Francis Hospital, Mercy Medical Center and St. Joseph Hospital, succeeds Richard Sullivan effective July 1, 2013. Sullivan, chairman of the health system's board of directors, has been serving on a voluntary basis as the system's chief executive since December. Sullivan took over from Lawrence McManus after the board voted to let him go after a brief eight-month tenure.

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