Former New York Senator Al D'Amato's Park Strategies has signed Catholic Health Services of Long Island as a client for healthcare and nursing services issues.
CHSLI's six-hospital network includes St. Joseph (Bethpage), St. Francis (Roslyn), St. Charles (Port Jefferson)., St. Catherine of Sienna Medical Center (Smithtown), Mercy Medical Center (Rockville Centre) and Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (West Islip). They combine for about 2,000 beds.
Run by the Diocese of Rockville Centre, CHSLI handles more than 75K hospital admissions and 800K outpatients annually.
Its hospitals, nursing home and hospice have an economic impact of $3.7B on Long Island's economy.
D'Amato and son, Christopher, a former counsel at the Securities and Exchange Commission, work the CHSLI account.