On September 22, the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) celebrated the reopening of its Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) Program after being on hiatus during COVID.


“We’re so excited to have our ADHC Program back up and running,” said Candy Salvati, BS, RN, MGH, Director, MVHS ADHC. “The ADHC program provides comprehensive healthcare with therapeutic social, educational and recreational activities that enhance the lives of elderly, chronically ill and disabled adults while maintaining their residence in the community. At the same time, it provides a period of respite for family caregivers. ADHC also offers door-to-door transportation for registrants within a ten-mile radius. It’s a wonderful program for the community.”


The program is accepting new registrants and can be reached at 315-624-4520. For more information visit, https://www.mvhealthsystem.org/adhc/.

Photo caption: Candy Salvati, BS, RN, MGH, Director, MVHS Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) Program, cuts the ribbon during the grand reopening celebration of the MVHS ADHC Program.


Pictured left to right: Kent Hall, MD, MVHS SVP/Provider Practices and Operations; Candy Salvati, Darlene Stromstad, FACHE, MVHS president/CEO; Maureen Bard, LNHA, Executive Director, MVHS Rehabilitation & Nursing Center; and Jerome Mendoza Dayao, DNP, MS, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN-K, MVHS SVP/Chief Nursing Officer.

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