Posted on 01 Apr 2013 by Neilson
Glatfelter Program Managers (GPM), a strategic business unit dedicated to Glatfelter Insurance Group's program business, today announced that Sue Federinko was promoted to senior vice president of Glatfelter Healthcare Practice, effective today.
As senior vice president, Federinko will be responsible for growing and managing the hospice, home health, home aide, assisted living, skilled care and independent living books of business. She has 34 years of insurance experience and has been with Glatfelter Healthcare Practice for 11 years, most recently as a sales executive.
"Sue has been a valuable part of our team for more than a decade and has the extensive industry knowledge and expertise to lead and grow the Glatfelter Healthcare Practice in the years ahead," said Art Seifert, president of Glatfelter Program Managers.
Glatfelter Healthcare Practice (www.glatfelterhealthcarepractice.com) provides insurance coverage for skilled care, assisted living, independent living, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), personal care and group homes, hospice, home health care agencies and other private homecare agencies.
About Glatfelter Program Managers (GPM)
GPM (www.glatfelters.com/specialty_insurance_programs.asp) is a strategic business unit dedicated to Glatfelter Insurance Group's program business. Based in York, Pa., GPM is one of the premier managers and recognized specialists of niche markets in the country. GPM manages and markets several specialty programs, including VFIS for fire departments, ambulance and rescue squads, and 911 centers; Glatfelter Public Practice for educational institutions, municipalities, independent school bus contractors and water/sewer entities; Glatfelter Healthcare Practice for skilled care, assisted living, independent living, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), personal care and group homes, hospice, home health care agencies and other private homecare agencies; and Glatfelter Religious Practice for churches, synagogues and other religious institutions.