Thursday, December 13, 2012

Embattled N.J. Institution Gets New CEO

TRENTON — The former vice president of a national company serving people with disabilities will run the Hunterdon Developmental Center, the target of several internal investigations that shook up its top leadership this year.
Human Services Commissioner Jennifer Velez announced Califon resident Lisa Coscia begins on Monday at the Union Township facility, home to 520 people with developmental disabilities.
Coscia replaces William "Gus" Wall, the longtime CEO who retired in September following an investigation into a senior doctor that was administering potentially dangerous levels of Vitamin D to patients with developmental disabilities for an unauthorized study.

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