The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) will have a new president and CEO starting Dec. 4.
Bill McGinley, CNHA, CALA, CAS, CDAL, FACHCA, has been a nursing home administrator for 35 years and most recently served as the executive director of New Pond Village, a continuing care retirement community in Walpole, Massachusetts.
In 2017, ACHCA named him as the recipient of the Distinguished Assisted Living Administrator Award, and in May 2010 he was named Outstanding Member.
McGinley is the past president of the Massachusetts Chapter of ACHCA. He was a founding trustee of the MetroWest Health Care Foundation and served as chair of the MetroWest Healthcare Foundation Commission on Healthy Aging.
McGinley holds an MBA from Boston University with a concentration in Health Care Management. He is the third person in the nation to earn the Health Services Executive (HSE) credential from the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).
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