Assemblywoman Galef Visits Blythedale
Assemblywoman Galef was elected to the NYS Assembly in 1992, and has been an advocate for legislative reform in Albany on issues pertaining to education, health, rights for the disabled, and more. She currently chairs the Real Property Tax Committee and serves as a member of the Corporations, Authorities, and Commissions Committee; the Election Law Committee; the Governmental Operations Committee; and the Health Committee.
“I was so impressed by the work I saw being done at Blythedale, “ said New York State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef. “In times of need Blythedale offers the best medical care, attention and comfort to children and their families. This hospital is filled with miracle workers; they do so much for our children.”
"Assemblywoman Galef has a long history of advocacy on behalf of under-served populations," said Levine. " As we at Blythedale continue to tirelessly advocate for state and national legislation and public policy initiatives to protect medically fragile children and their families, we are so grateful to our local legislators who stand with us in supporting our effort."