Morrison Mahoney Partner Soraya Campbell was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for the Nassau Health Care Corporation (NHHC), a medical provider of care to patients who are covered by Medicaid or uninsured.
To be a Director of the NHHC Board of Directors is considered a highly coveted and prestigious position among the medical community. On the recommendation of New York State Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Campbell was appointed to the esteemed position by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and confirmed by the New York State Senate. She will be serving a one-year term.
The Board of Directors is comprised of fifteen members with diverse professional backgrounds. It conducts monthly meetings to discuss a variety of issues that affect the overall operation of the institution, including, but not limited to patient health care, the hospital’s financial viability, general daily operation and maintenance, contract negotiations with vendors, distributors and independent medical personnel and determining and executing strategic plans and policies. Principally, their objectives and goals are to ensure financial sustainability for the public hospital and the quality of care of their patients.
About the Nassau Health Care Corporation
The NHHC is a New York State public-benefit corporation that operates the Nassau University Medical Center, a public teaching hospital located in Nassau County, New York that offers more than 85 speciality clinics and staffs close to 4,000 employees.