National home care, hospice expert brings unmatched experience and skills to HCA
HCA President Al Cardillo and the HCA Board proudly and enthusiastically announce the appointment of state and national home care expert Rebecca Fuller Gray as HCA’s new Executive Vice President for Clinical and Program Affairs. Ms. Gray starts her position on May 1.
“Becky brings to HCA a truly unique and stellar asset for New York’s home care, hospice and managed long term care organizations,” said Mr. Cardillo. “There is only one Becky Gray. How thrilled and fortunate we are to have her combined clinical and program expertise for the members of HCA.”
He added: “She will be invaluable to HCA member organizations at the individual, field, statewide and federal levels, and she will be a major new force complementing HCA’s overall program, operations and education teams.”
Ms. Gray is a consummate Registered Professional Nurse and accomplished administrator whose career has been dedicated to health care quality and excellence. Her experience spans a wide range of clinical and administrative work in home care, hospice, hospital reimbursement and other major areas of health care.
Last May, Ms. Gray was recognized with HCA’s highest honor, the Ruth F. Wilson Award. The award recognizes an individual whose work has had a dramatic effect on home care, strengthening the practice and raising the standards of quality and care for patients.
“Becky’s work to promote quality home care has been unparalleled,” said Mr. Cardillo. “She has been a beacon for home care and hospice nursing. Adding Becky to HCA’s current five-star team takes the Association to even further heights of innovation, expertise and member service.”
“I encourage all members to welcome Becky to HCA at our Annual Statewide Meeting and Conference, on May 8 to 10 in Saratoga Springs.”