John J. Bonacic's posts related to Health

BONACIC: LEGISLATURE SHOULD VOTE ON AUTISM BILL NEXT WEEK

October 21, 2009:  State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C – Mt. Hope) called on Senate President Malcolm Smith  and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, to bring legislation up for a vote at next week’s anticipated special session, which would provide insurance coverage for children up to the age of 21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

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BONACIC: LEGISLATURE SHOULD VOTE ON AUTISM BILL NEXT WEEK

October 21, 2009:  State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C – Mt. Hope) called on Senate President Malcolm Smith  and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, to bring legislation up for a vote at next week’s anticipated special session, which would provide insurance coverage for children up to the age of 21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

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"Always There" 40th Anniversary - Ribbon Cutting & Open House held on 1/27/2010

On January 27th, 2010 Senator Bonacic attended the Always There 40th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting and Open House which marked the completion of their newly remodeled office at 918 Ulster Avenue, Kingston, New York.  Senator Bonacic presented the Executive Director, Deb Glassey, with a New York State Senate Resolution commemorating their 40th Anniversary.  Always There is a not-for-profit health care organization.

SENATOR BONACIC PARTICIPATED IN A PANEL DISCUSSION AT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST

Senator Bonacic participated in a panel discussion at the American Cancer Society Legislative Breakfast on April 23, 2010 at the Holiday Inn in Kingston, NY.

Pictured from left to right is Senator Bonacic, Neil Eisenberg, Sandi Cassese and keynote speaker, Daniel Sisto, President of the Healthcare Association of New York.

 

 

O&W Station in the City of Middletown to become Health Center

On Friday, April 8th, I attended a news conference in the City of Middletown announcing that Middletown Community Health Center plans to restore the old O&W Train Station during the next three years.  Pictured with me is Mayor Joe DeStefano, Theresa Maloney, CEO of the center and Maria Bruni, Director of Office of Economic & Community Development.

SENATOR BONACIC ANNOUNCES SENATE PASSAGE OF LEGISLATION TO EXPAND ACCESS TO VACCINES

Legislation Would Add Shingles Vaccine to the List of Vaccinations Pharmacists are Permitted to Administer

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