Anne Marie Mullin, vice president of business development and marketing for Laboratory Alliance, was elected president of the board of the Hospice Foundation of Central New York. Mullin has been a member of the board since 2007 and will serve a one-year term as president. She resides in Baldwinsville.
Mullin is also past president and a current board member of the Mental Health Association board of directors, which recently consolidated services between the MHA and Contact. She is also an active committee member for Francis House, MedTech and other area not-for-profits.
The Hospice Foundation of Central New York receives and administers gifts and bequests solely for the benefit of Hospice of CNY, which serves Onondaga County, western Madison County and southern Oswego County. Hospice of Central New York (HCNY) is an independent, community-based, not-for-profit agency which provides a compassionate, dignified alternative for people with an incurable illness and limited life expectancy. HCNY also operates the Center for Living with Loss, The Hospice Foundation of CNY, The Auxiliary to Hospice Foundation and is a corporate member of CCH Home Care, a certified home care agency providing palliative care.
The Foundation raises funds to support Hospice care through special events, direct mail appeals, planned gifts and other outreach activities. It is through the Foundation's efforts that no one is turned away based on inability to pay for hospice services.
Laboratory Alliance is jointly owned by St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center, Crouse Hospital and Community General Hospital. The company serves the three hospitals and non-hospital clients including long term care facilities and physician practices in central and upstate New York. It also serves as a reference laboratory for regional hospitals. The main laboratory is located in Electronics Business Park in Liverpool. Laboratory Alliance employs more than 430 people and performed more than 8.6 million tests in 2009. To learn more, visit laboratoryalliance.com.