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New CEO of St.Luke Health Services, Oswego County’s largest nursing home, takes the helm amid coronavirus pandemic By Ken Sturtz When Catherine Gill arrived at St. Luke 32 years ago as the new controller, the 120-bed health-related facility had only two payer sources – Medicaid and private – and just three people in its business office. “It was pretty straightforward and easy,” she says. “Over the years things have changed.” Add being a new boss to the changes. Gill is now chief executive officer of St. Luke Health Services and its affiliated nonprofit providers Bishop’s Commons and St. Francis Commons in Oswego. She took the helm at the beginning of the year following the retirement of longtime CEO Terrence Gorman. The organization Gill now oversees provides healthcare and residential services to more than 300 people a day and employs a staff of 400. Gill grew up in Oswego and came to St. Luke early in her career after earning a business administration degree from SUNY Oswego. She admits she didn’t intend to stay for three decades, but says she was able to grow within the organization. As the facility expanded in the early 1990s, the board of directors wanted another licensed