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Josef Simpser

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Hello and Welcome!

My name is Josef Simpser, Administrator at Cold Spring Hills. It is my honor to be serving the Cold Spring Hills community.

I was born and raised here in Nassau County, Long Island. I attended CUNY – Queens College for my bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies and West Texas A&M University for my MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management.

I began working in healthcare in 2006 as an EMT. During my time, I found a passion for not only providing high-quality emergency care to people but educating staff and others as well. I began volunteering with the American Heart Association teaching important life-saving techniques. Through my lectures and demonstrations, I was recruited to join Montefiore Medical Center’s education department where I served as the Director of Cardiac Education leading the health system to new heights in protecting, responding, and addressing cardiac events. I later shifted to The ARC of Westchester to support and work with individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities. In 2015, I began working in long-term care facilities. Over the past number of years, I have had the pleasure of serving nursing homes and assisted living facilities helping them achieve new heights in their overall care, quality, and service.

Cold Spring Hills Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing is a family-oriented facility that truly cares about others. I wanted to join this family and provide exceptional care to all those who need our support during this difficult time in their life. It is my pleasure to serve and provide care to those who need us most. My goal is to strive to be the epitome of care, compassion, and commitment in the area while providing high-quality, person-centered care.

When not at Cold Spring Hills, you can find me enjoying time with my wife and son relaxing, solving puzzles, or playing the piano together.

I look forward to meeting you and welcome to the Cold Spring Hills family!

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