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Sam Heller of Teaneck Joins Daughters of Miriam Center Board

Clifton—The Board of Trustees of Daugh­ters of Miriam Center/The Gallen Institute an­nounced the appointment of Sam Heller to the Board at their recent annual trustees dinner.

Heller brings valuable expertise to the Board as a result of his position at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York where he serves as the Senior Vice President and CFO. In his posi­tion, Heller is responsible for the financial op­erations, materials management, endowment, and real estate of this $2 billion home health care, long-term care, and managed care com­pany—the largest non-profit home health care company in the country. He provides overall di­rection and guidance for financial operations, contract negotiations, third-party reimburse­ment, cash management, mergers & acquisi­tions, portfolio management, budget and gen­eral accounting, and corporate risk.

Sam Heller has an MBA from Baruch College. He also serves on the board and finance committee of the National Associ­ation for Home Care and Hospice, a non-profit organization that represents those who need or provide home health and hospice services. Heller regularly speaks at conferences on finance, investment, and health care issues.

A resident of Teaneck, Heller is married to the former Shonnie Rothken. They have five children and two grandchildren. He is a mem­ber of Congregation Netivot Shalom in Te­aneck, where he also serves on their board of trustees.

Learn more about Daughters of Miriam at www.daughtersofmiriamcenter.org or call (973) 772-3700

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