Director of Ambulatory Services Named Health Ambassador for Hispanic and Puerto Rican Day Parade
Liz Joglar, Saint Joseph's Director of Ambulatory Services and School Based Health Centers, was named Ambassador of Health for the Yonkers Hispanic and Puerto Rican Day Parade to be held June 5.
Joglar serves as the Director of Ambulatory Services and School Based Health Centers for Saint Joseph’s Medical Center with over 14,000 active patients. In her role, she is responsible for the operations of Saint Joseph’s three Family Health Centers (two on South Broadway in Yonkers and one on its Harrison Campus) as well as Yonkers only Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Center. In addition, Joglar directs the operations of Saint Joseph’s School Based Health Centers which are currently in four Yonkers schools.
Prior to assuming her current role at Saint Joseph’s Medical Center, Joglar served as the Associate Vice President of Operational Integration with Community Healthcare Network responsible for the operations of several health centers throughout underserved communities in New York City. She spent over 20 years in various healthcare organizations serving people with HIV/AIDS as well as serving on New York State and City HIV planning councils. She is a resident of Riverdale.
“It will be our honor and privilege to celebrate your achievements with the community by honoring you as our 2022 Yonkers Puerto Rican / Hispanic Day and recognizing you as our Ambassador For Health. Your recognition and participation will not only be an inspiration for the community but it will also showcase the initiative, leadership and work ethic required to be successful Hispanic Woman in todays’ society,” said Luis A. Muniz, Jr. President of the Yonkers Hispanic Cultural Foundation.