Seneca Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Waterloo, NY!
GENEVA, New York – The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board (FLWIB), Inc. announced today that Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center as June’s “Business of the Month”, recognizing the agency’s contributions to the community and to the local economy.
Located in Waterloo, New York, Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provides an array of services including 24-hour skilled nursing care along with dietitian, social work services, and short-term rehabilitation. The center also has affiliation agreements with area hospitals and staff specially trained in geriatric care. Providing high-quality care requires a team of highly-skilled workers. Mary Lee Burnell, Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s Administrator, works closely with Finger Lakes Works to find and keep workers. A member of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board and the Healthcare Alliance of the Finger Lakes since 2010, Mary Lee has developed partnerships that have enabled her to find, train and retain a skilled workforce.
Karen Springmeier, Executive Director at Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, presents Mary Lee Burnell, Seneca Nursing and Rehabiliation Center Administrator, with the Business of the Month award for June.
Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a frequent user of the business services offered through the local workforce system including job fairs, job postings and the prescreening of applicants for available positions. They have provided many youth participating in local workforce programs with entry-level employment opportunities. Additionally, Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation is currently partnering with Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES to offer Nursing Assistant classes at the center’s facility in Waterloo.
“As healthcare continues to grow in the Finger Lakes, we are excited to have such an important partnership like the one we have with Seneca Nursing and Rehabilitation” said Karen Springmeier, Executive Director, FLWIB. “This partnership is a great example of how working together can bring innovations to the workplace that benefits the entire community.”
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