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County Executive McCoy Appoints ACNH Executive Director

County Executive McCoy Appoints ACNH Executive Director

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News from County Executive Daniel P. McCoy
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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
County Executive McCoy Appoints ACNH Executive Director 
In the spirit of compromise and to address the serious financial drain that the Albany CountyNursing Home has been placing on the county, Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy hasasked the legislature to approve the appointment of Larry Slatky as ACNH Executive Director and Administrator. Slatky has over 40 years of long-term care experience having served as ahealth care administrator specializing in nursing home and hospital operations.
“Mr. Slatky has a great reputation and experience creating ef 
ficiencies and turning around
health care facilities,” said McCoy. “Chairman
of the legislature Shawn Morse, Majority Leader Frank Commisso
and I have had many discussions regarding Mr. Slatky’s ability to save
moneyat the Albany County Nursing Home. At a public presentation, Mr. Slatky indicated he couldmake changes within six months that would save $5 million a year. His appointment would markthe first step in an Executive and Legislative commitment to transition our nursing home to aprivate operato
r via a local development corporation.”
 The County Executive has submitted the official Request for Legislative Action to the
Chairman’s office
to appoint Slatky to the position. If approved, Slatky would start in earlyOctober.
“Albany County can’t continue to lose $1 million a month,”
continued McCoy
. “I’m pleased we
are moving forward on a solution that will protect our seniors, their caretakers and acceptfinancial responsibility. I applaud my colleagues in the legislature for working with myadmin
istration on a compromise that could do that.”
 Based on 2012 preliminary independent audit results which are expected to be published by theend of the month, the Albany County Nursing Home shows an operating loss of well over $12million.
Mary Rozak
Director of CommunicationsOffice of the Albany County Executive112 State Street, Room 825Albany, NY 12207tel 518.447.7040 ext. 7218

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