Oswego Health honored retiring President and CEO Chuck Gijanto along with five board members who are stepping down, for their dedicated service during the June board meeting. The board members were presented a plaque in recognition of their service.
Among those honored are seated Pamela Caraccioli, who was on the board for 19 years, which included serving as Board Chair from 2009 to 2011; and Patricia Mears, who had been on the health system board for 15 years. Standing are Chuck Gijanto, who is retiring as President and CEO and Board Chair Adam Gagas, who presented plaques to the health system officials. Missing from the photo were Yvonne Petrella and William Galloway, who both served 18 years and Ivan Proano, MD, who had been on the board for five years.
Oswego Health is a nonprofit healthcare system that includes Oswego Hospital, a 164-bed community hospital providing acute medical, emergency, surgical, maternity and behavioral health care, as well as outpatient centers located throughout Oswego County including the Fulton Medical Center, offering urgent care, lab, medical imaging, physical therapy and occupational health services; and the Central Square Medical Center, offering urgent care, lab, medical imaging and physical therapy services.
The health system also operates The Manor at Seneca Hill, a skilled nursing facility that provides complete rehabilitation services and an Adult Day Health Services Program; Springside at Seneca Hill, an independent retirement community and Oswego Health Home Care, the only hospital-based certified home health care agency in Oswego County.
In addition, Oswego Health includes the Oswego Health captive professional corporation, Physician Care P.C., providing physician services in orthopedics, cardiology, otolaryngology (ENT), general surgery and primary care.