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2009 Golf Classic

2009 Golf Classic

Beth Abraham Family of Health Services Honored its Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Clari Gilbert at the 10th Annual Golf Classic

Beth Abraham Family of Health Services honored its Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Clari Gilbert at their 10th Annual Golf Classic fundraising event, which took place at Century Country Club & Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, NY on Monday, July 13, 2009. This year’s golf classic was sponsored by Amalgamated Bank.

“Beth Abraham Family of Health Services is proud to recognize Ms. Gilbert at our 2009 Golf Classic,” stated CenterLight Health System President and CEO Michael S. Fassler. “She has unparalleled dedication to our patients and staff, unwavering commitment to helping others reach their full potential and professional and personal devotion to improving the quality of life for so many in the communities we serve.”

A formidable advocate for those who are disabled or chronically ill, Gilbert has, for more than a decade, championed a systemic culture change process in the CenterLight Health System skilled nursing facilities that empowers staff, residents and their families to build relationships based on mutual respect and trust. Indeed, her work in furthering that culture change led to its first ever implementation in New York City at the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation (CNR), now a member of the Beth Abraham Family.

Among Gilbert’s accomplishments is being named 2009 “Administrator of the Year” by the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA). She was also named 2007 “Professional of the Year” by the New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (NYAHSA). In recognition of her mentoring role and implementation of intergenerational programs, Gilbert was presented with the Boy Scouts of America’s “Good Scout” award. She was appointed to Baldridge Board of Examiners in 2008, and again in 2009.

Proceeds from the 2009 Golf Classic benefit patient services and programs.

To view photos from this event, please click here.

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