New York State Honors Chase Health Employee With Prestigious Award
Published: October 22nd, 2015
By: Cameron Turner

New York State honors Chase Health employee with prestigious award

NEW BERLIN – On Wednesday Oct. 21, 2015, Chase Health Rehabilitation and Residential Care in New Berlin held an hour-long event to honor Carolyn Carney, a member of their staff.

Jeni Demarais, Administrator and CEO of Chase Health, orchestrated the hour-long event, which started at 11:30 a.m. and went until 12:30 p.m., with food and drinks for all to enjoy.

The staff members assembled residents of Chase Health in the main reception area for the award ceremony.

Once all had arrived, Demarais introduced Kristen Myers, Vice President of Member Services and Marketing at LeadingAge New York.

β€œIt is truly an honor for me to be here today to present Carolyn Carney with the 2015 LeadingAge New York Long Term care Employee of Distinction award,” said Myers.

Myers then gave a brief explanation of what LeadingAge New York is why they recognize individuals for their outstanding work.

LeadingAge is an association of 5,600 not-for-profit organizations of not-for-profit and government-run senior living and services providers from all across the state of New York dedicated to advocacy, education, technical support, policy analysis and data analysis. LeadingAge New York strives to help members such as Chase Health meet the current challenges in aging services while positioning themselves for future success.

This most recent award marked Carneys second she has received. Her first coming in 2012, when she was awarded peer recognition award in Binghamton

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