Linda Daley Joins Oswego Health as Vice President For Human Resources

Oswego Health has named Linda Daley as the healthcare system’s new Vice President for Human Resources.

Daley arrives at Oswego Health with more than 15 years of human resources experience, the last six in the healthcare field. She most recently served as the director of compensation and benefits at the Albany Medical Center, which has some 8,000 employees.

Linda Daley
Linda Daley

The new vice president of human resources was attracted to the Oswego Health position as she believes it will enable her to make a positive impact.

“I saw the health system as large enough to make a difference and small enough to have a personal impact on the people that work at the organization,” Daley said.

Daley added that she was also found the community appealing.

“I did some research and liked the smaller size, that it was a community on two beautiful waterways and was home to a college, offering a young and vibrant atmosphere,” she said.

She earned her bachelor’s degree from Southern Vermont College and her Masters of Business Administration from Iona College.

Daley holds certifications as both a compensation professional and as a benefits professional.

Along with working in healthcare, for the past seven years Daley has taught online courses through the University of Phoenix.

She also enjoys home restoration and has taken several centuries old buildings and completely renovated them.

All together she has restored nine homes and a barn.

Since her appointment in November, Daley is getting to know her new community, joining the Oswego YMCA and taking walks with her two dogs in her neighborhood.

The Oswego Healthcare System includes Oswego Hospital, The Manor at Seneca Hill, a skilled nursing facility, which also offers a complete rehabilitation department and an Adult Day Health Services Program; Springside at Seneca Hill, a retirement living community; as well as the Central Square and Fulton Medical Centers, which offer urgent care, lab, medical imaging and physical therapy.

For more information, call (315) 349-5500 or visit oswegohealth.org

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