MOVEMBER 2020

PRESIDENT'S CORNER

As I wind down my Presidency of the AHFNY, I

 share with all of you, my thoughts about the

  struggles I had, as I want ot hear your stories 

    hopefully we can all learn from each other.

"It's Been a Rough Few Months, to say the least"

Patrick LaMont
AHFNY PRESIDENT

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS  & BUSINESS PARTNERS

President
Patrick Lamont, MBA
Brookdale Hospital & Medical Center
718-240-5224

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Andria Coleman, DBA, EMBA, MS, RD, CDN
NY Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital
212-312-5033

TREASURER
Mimi Wang, MA, RD, CDN
VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
718-630-3562

BOARD MEMBERS
Veronica McLymont, PhD, RD, CDN
Memorial Sloan Kettering
212-639-7922

Stephen Chow, RD
South Beach Psychiatric Center
718-667-2753

Cecille P. Agustin, MS, RD, CDN
VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
212-868-7500 ext. 4890

Simone Nicolace, MS, RDN, CDN
NY Presbyterian/Weil Cornell Medical Center
212-746-4890

Frank Coffey, RD, CDN
St John Episcopal Hospital
718-869-8545

Leslie Rosen, MA, RDN, CDN

Jewish Association for Service-Aged

718-337-1989

Tatanisha K. Peets
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
212-639-7134 Pager 4759

Jill Herling, MS, RD, CDN, LNHA
Regeis Care Center
718-947-5255

 

Business Partners

Marc Fuchs
M. Tucker/Singer Equipment Co.
973-484-1200

Dan Plaut
Imperial-Borax Paper
718-665-8500

Diane Rossi
Pro-Tek
866-773-7717

Keith Fitzgerald
PBAC & Associates
814-588-6239

Elizabeth C Fortier

US Foods

631-901-4254

VALUED AHFNY MEMBERS

Highlights of New and Existing Members

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Want to Join the AHFNY Organization?

     Our chapter is designed to develop leaders and raise the bar for foodservice in New York’s self-operated facilities, whether acute or long-term care.

   

     Our members are directors, managers, dietitians and chefs. We provide professional growth through focused education—the programming that drives productivity, innovation and patient satisfaction from within all facets of the foodservice department, from patient meals to staff dining to retail concepts. 

AVOID FIRE AND BREAKDOWNS DUE TO EXCESSIVE GREASE BUILD UP

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Unsurprisingly, the most common cause of fires in food service establishments, are related to cooking equipment and flammable material, such as grease. Grease fires happen in commercial kitchens a lot more than people think, and they are certainly avoidable. Proper cleaning and degreasing of cooking equipment will keep you completely Board of Health compliant, Fire Department compliant, and reduce the possibility of fire and premature equipment breakdowns.

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In-house cleaning teams, and housekeeping personnel do not have the proper equipment or knowledge of proper

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Caren can be reached directly at caren@mediamagicny.com