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November 23, 2017
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Victor GiulianelliVic Giulianelli is the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of St. Mary's Healthcare. Vic took office on January 1, 2005.

In his role as President and CEO, Mr. Giulianelli oversees all of the strategic and operational processes of the 301-bed hospital. Prior to this position, Mr. Giulianelli served as the Vice President of Operations at St. Mary's from 1993-2004, and was the Assistant Administrator of the hospital from 1982 - 1993. Vic initially started at St. Mary's Hospital in 1980 as an Administrator in the Comprehensive Mental Health Center.

Vic is originally from Mechanicville, New York, but has been a resident of Amsterdam for more than 20 years with his wife Claudia and two children Matthew and Brigitta. He has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from SUNY Albany.

"I have chosen to devote virtually my entire professional life to serving the patients and people of St. Mary's Hospital. Having the opportunity to work with and be mentored by Peter Capobianco, certainly greatly influenced that decision. I am indeed fortunate to have the opportunity to work with a Board of Trustees that is both visionary and dedicated to serving the needs of our entire community. Together with our associates and medical staff, we will work to achieve the vision of our Board to be that strong, Catholic Regional Hospital, where patients, residents, consumers, physicians and associates prefer us because of our reputation for excellence and service and our commitment to safety and quality."

Vic is an active member of the community. His accomplishments include: past president and active member of the Amsterdam Rotary Club; past president and board member of Community Health Center; past president of Community Services Support Corporation; past president and board member of the YMCA; board member of Northeastern NY March of Dimes; board member of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce; board member of the FMCC Foundation and board member of GAVAC. Vic also served as the Chairperson for the 2002 United Way campaign. He co-chairs and is an occasional performer for the annual Rotary Variety Show. He is a supporter of the Boy Scouts of America.

In 2000, he was awarded the "Rotarian of the Year" and in 2002 he received the YMCA "Citizen of the Year Award. Vi also was recognized by Boy Scouts of America with the 2005 Good Scout Award and received the 2008 Diane G. Snell Humanitarian Award. In 2006, the Montgomery County Chamber's Volunteer Award was presented to MedRock, a band of which Vic is a member. "MedRock" includes former St. Mary's President and CEO, Peter Capobianco, Dr. William Mayer, Dr. Noy Militar and Dr. Sean Ryan. Vic serves as lead singer for the band which performs only for charitable causes.

Vic is also a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives.(FACHE)

  • <strong>President / CEO</strong><br />Victor Giulianelli
    President / CEO
    Victor Giulianelli
  • <strong>VP of Operations</strong><br />Scott Bruce
    VP of Operations
    Scott Bruce
  • <strong>VP of Medical Affairs & Quality Management</strong><br />William Mayer, MD
    VP of Medical Affairs & Quality Management
    William Mayer, MD
  • <strong>VP of Continuum Care</strong><br />Donald Massey
    VP of Continuum Care
    Donald Massey
  • <strong>VP of Finance</strong><br />Rick Henze
    VP of Finance
    Rick Henze
  • <strong>Legal Counsel</strong><br />Julieann Diamond
    Legal Counsel
    Julieann Diamond
  • <strong>VP of Mission</strong><br />Sr. Joan Mary Hartigan, CSJ
    VP of Mission
    Sr. Joan Mary Hartigan, CSJ
  • <strong>VP of Nursing</strong><br />Michele Walsh
    VP of Nursing
    Michele Walsh
  • <strong>VP of Behavioral Health Services</strong><br />Duane Miller
    VP of Behavioral Health Services
    Duane Miller
  • <strong>Interim VP of Information Services</strong><br />Leigh Chiuminetta
    Interim VP of Information Services
    Leigh Chiuminetta
Giulianelli, Victor
President, St Mary's Hospital

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Bresonis, Jacques

Medwid, Rev. John

Riley, MaryAnn

Daiute, Joan

DiCaterino, Dan

Morini, Alfred
Dentist

Araya, Michael

Palczak, Claude
Retired, School District

Heck, Andrew

Constanzo, Sr. Elizabeth

Tesiero, John
President, Cranesville Block

Swartz, Esq, Charles

Wheeler, Dan
Pastor, United Presbyterian Church

Ziskin, Hilbert
Physician

Kolbe, Mary Ellen

DeRossi, Calude

Ethics Committee

St. Mary's Hospital Ethics Committee is an inter-disciplinary committee of health care professions including physicians, nurses and other hospital staff and representatives of the community who meet regularly to study and address the variety of ethical issues facing health care today.

The Ethics Consult Group is a subcommittee of the Ethics Committee that addresses specific patient care issues that arise. The Consult Group is available to patients, families of patients and clinical staff. Patients or their families may ask for an ethical consult either through their nurse, doctor or by contacting the chairs of the ethics committee or Pastoral Care Office at

Emergency

  Emergency Department
(518) 841-7237
  Urgent Care
(518) 841-3600
Amsterdam
(518) 773-7710
Gloversville
(518) 770-7818
St. Johnsville
  Mental Health Hotline
(518) 842-9111
  Addiction Crisis Services
(518) 842-9111
Please remember that dialing 911 from your phone will allow trained operators to connect you directly and immediately with assistance that is appropriate to your situation.

Emergency

  Emergency Department
(518) 841-7237
  Urgent Care
(518) 841-3600
Amsterdam
(518) 773-7710
Gloversville
(518) 770-7818
St. Johnsville
  Mental Health Hotline
(518) 842-9111
  Addiction Crisis Services
(518) 842-9111
Please remember that dialing 911 from your phone will allow trained operators to connect you directly and immediately with assistance that is appropriate to your situation.

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    Affect lives for years to come
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    Make an impact immediately
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    Become a part of our community
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