Betty Mullin-DiProsa, president and chief executive officer of St. Ann’s Community in Rochester, has been named to the New York State Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century as a member of the Central Region Advisory Committee.
The state created the commission to develop a plan for reducing the number of hospital and skilled-nursing facility beds in New York. The body has 18 statewide members and 36 regional appointees. Each of the six regional groups is to make a nonbinding recommendation on hospital and nursing-home bed reductions in its area. Final recommendations are due in December.
St. Ann’s Community, a not-for-profit senior housing and long-term care system, serves almost 3,000 seniors annually.