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From today's Rochester Democrat online:

Two Rochester health care executives have been nominated by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to join the state's new Public Health and Health Planning Council.

The governor nominated Victoria Hines, president and chief executive officer of the Visiting Nurse Service of Rochester & Monroe County and Christopher Booth, president and chief operating officer of Lifetime Healthcare Companies/Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield in Rochester, along with 10 others.

Read the full article at the Rochester Democrat website.

And here from the Governor's press release are the other 10:

Governor Cuomo also announced the nominations of members to the Public Health and Health Planning Council:

Arthur Aaron Levin: a member of several patient advocacy groups and current Director of the Center for Medical Consumers

Ellen E. Grant: Director of the Cornerstone Manor of the Buffalo City Mission, a women's and children's shelter, and Managing Partner of First Advantage Consulting

Angel Alfonso Gutierrez: Doctor under contract by the Office of Professional Medical Conduct at the New York State Department of Health office in Buffalo

John M Palmer: Executive Director of the Harlem Hospital Center and Renaissance Health Care Network

Jeffrey Kraut: Senior Vice President, Strategy at North Shore-LIJ Health System

John Rugge: Founder, CEO, and physician at Hudson Headwaters Health Network in Queensbury

Howard Berliner: Former Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at SUNY Downstate School of Public Health

Ann Marie Theresa Sullivan: Senior Vice President of the Queens Health Network

Glenn Martin: Director of Medical Informatics at Queens Health Network and Associate Director of the Program for the Protection of Human Subjects at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

Anderson Torres Ph.D: Director of Health Initiatives at Bon Secours New York Health System Schervier Nursing Care Center, and an Adjunct Professor at Fordham University Graduate School of Social Services, Westchester Campus.

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