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CareOne at Livingston Holds 'Meet and Greet'

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Credits: Jackie Goldman-Schatell
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WEST ORANGE, NJ – CareOne at Livingston held a “Meet and Greet” at McLoone’s in West Orange on Thursday to introduce the new marketing staff to employees at local medical centers, nursing homes, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, home health companies, placement companies, vendors, members of the community and more.

The new marketing staff members: Handan Inalman, director of sales; Roxanne Smith, CALA, CDP, executive director; Steven Salvanto, executive campus director; and Lindsay Meyerowitz, admissions, mingled with guests, while dining on appetizers, an open bar and dessert.

“The event was really welcomed and it was really great to have the support of the company behind me and my peers and our fellow vendors that we work with at hospitals,” said Salvanto. “Everyone has been very supportive and CareOne is a wonderful place.”

Helene Swank, regional marketing manager said, “We do a lot of great things for our community plus we take great care of our patients and I wouldn’t have stayed with CareOne as long as I have [13 years] if I didn’t think so. I love it. They have been very good to me and have taken good care of me and of some of my family and friends.”

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