Rockville Centre, NY – Catholic Health Services (CHS) recently presented its Living the Mission Award to Joseph Licato for exemplifying the CHS mission values of respect, justice, integrity and excellence. Licato, a systems analyst for CHS Services, was nominated for his outstanding qualities and received the award from President and CEO Alan D. Guerci, MD, at CHS’s offices in Melville.
Licato has been described as “patient, dedicated and kind hearted,” as well as “always willing to pitch in, no matter what the task.” Another colleague said of Licato that he “treats everyone with the utmost respect.”
Prior to joining CHS in 2011, Licato held the position of associate director/business manager for the IT Division of UBS, a financial services company. A graduate of St. John’s University, he is an assistant professor in the Business Computer Information Systems Department at SUNY Farmingdale, where he teaches evening computer classes, in addition to serving on the Smart Scholar Program faculty, offering college-level courses to high school students.
Licato offers his expertise as the webmaster for Adopt a Battalion, a not-for-profit organization that collects and sends care packages to members of the U.S. Armed Forces who are stationed overseas and also provides IT support to St. Frances de Chantal Church in Wantagh. A certified scuba diver, he resides in North Bellmore with his wife and three children.
Photo: Systems Analyst Joseph Licato won the CHS’s Living the Mission Award.
Catholic Health Services (CHS) is an integrated system encompassing some of the region’s finest health and human services agencies. With six acute care hospitals, three nursing homes, a home health agency, hospice, a community-based agency for persons with special needs and a regional lab, CHS’s high standards have resulted in a nearly 24% market share.
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