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From the Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation

Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation (HHHF) is pleased to announce the addition of Joseph Coe to its Board of Directors.

Joseph Coe, MPA is the director of Education and Digital Strategy for the Global Healthy Living Foundation, a nonprofit with the mission of helping people with chronic disease live healthier and happier lives. He has been a featured panelist and presenter for major healthcare organizations and Fortune 500 companies on topics such as patient centricity and addressing healthcare disparities. Additionally, through his work at Global Healthy Living Foundation, he has spoken with regulatory bodies and healthcare stakeholders on the importance of access to treatment and care. You can listen to him on his migraine and headache podcast “Talking Head Pain”.

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Locally, Joseph is a founding board member of the Phyllis B. Frank Rockland County Pride Center and currently serves as Vice Chair of their board. He is a member of the Village of Haverstraw’s planning board. He is a past board member of the Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Action Fund, and he continues to advocate for social justice in Rockland and beyond.

“We are pleased and honored to add Joseph to the Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation Board,” said Hilda A. Kogut, Chairperson of HHHF. “Joe brings a deep knowledge and commitment to our community. His leadership will be an asset to our organization as we continue our work in support of Helen Hayes Hospital.”

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About Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation

The Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation, Inc. advances the mission and strategic objectives of Helen Hayes Hospital through the development of resources and community awareness. As a not-for-profit organization, the Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation relies upon charitable contributions to address the needs of the hospital that are not met by traditional funding sources. This includes special equipment, seed money for research, support groups, patient equipment loans, adaptive sports and other items/services that promote physical rehabilitation medicine.

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