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Herkimer County HealthNet Announces New Executive Director

 

Herkimer County HealthNet has announced that Thomas Curnow has been hired as its new Executive Director. He official begins his new duties on April 25th, 2011.

 

Herkimer, NY – Herkimer County HealthNet (HCHN) announced today that Thomas Curnow of Herkimer has been hired as its new Executive Director. Kathy Eisenhut, president of the Herkimer County HealthNet board said, “The HCHN board of directors is thrilled that Adam has accepted the position of executive director. He is well qualified with his experience at the HealthNet and his education. We look forward to a very successful future under his leadership.”

 

A 2002 Utica College graduate, Mr. Hutchinson as worked for HCHN since 2005; first as Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director and then as Network Coordinator. In those positions he has been involved in every aspect of the HCHN’s operations. Mr. Hutchinson is a master's candidate at Bay Path College for a degree in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy. He is originally from Rome, NY and currently lives in Herkimer with his wife and children.

 

Herkimer County HealthNet is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit. HCHN works to meet its mission of improving the health and well-being of those who live, work, play and learn in Herkimer County by addressing factors that negatively impact health including; access to quality healthcare, chronic disease, physical activity, and nutrition. It receives its funding from various New York State Department of Health grants and charitable organizations.

 

Contact: Thomas Curnow, Executive Director, Herkimer County HealthNet, Inc.
Email: tcurnow@herkimercounty.org
Phone: 315 867-1552

About HealthNet

The HCHN has been in existence since 1990. Its membership has continuously expanded and has served as an effective forum for Herkimer County providers to identify, discuss, and resolve health and social service issues and concerns. As a direct result of grants by the New York State Department of Health: Office of Rural Health, the Network significantly increased levels of coordination and collaboration among health and social service providers.


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