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May 19, 2013

Business briefs: May 19, 2013

Appointed announced

PLATTSBURGH — Mark P. Sidoti has been hired as account executive with PrimeLink, according to Greg MacConnell, president and general manager.

Sidoti brings more than 20 years of diversified business and sales experience to the telecommunications company. He was most recently an account executive with Time Warner Cable Business Class serving the North Country Region. Prior to this, Sidoti held positions in the insurance and payroll industries serving Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties.

He has a degree in business administration and has been very active in a number of local North Country organizations including the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, ARCC Membership Committeeand Adirondack Business Council. Sidoti also served as an ambassador for the ARCC and has been active in the Saratoga Chamber of Commerce.

In the role of account executive, Sidoti will be instrumental in the development of new business customers in Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties.

“PrimeLink is very pleased to have Mark join our team in the Adirondack region,” MacConnell said. “Hiring people with extensive knowledge of the industry is imperative as PrimeLink continues to grow and expand its infrastructure into the Glens Falls region and beyond.”

PrimeLink was established in 1997 and is a full-service telecommunications company providing a wide array of advanced telecommunications services, including local and long-distance telephone service and broadband Internet access for business customers. PrimeLink gives its customers access to some of the most advanced communications services through its fiber-optic network and continues to introduce products and technology that lead the industry.

PrimeLink recently opened an office in the Glens Falls area and is now offering services to business customers in Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties.

Practitioner hired

ELIZABETHTOWN — Nurse Practitioner Katherine Bezio has joined Elizabethtown Community Hospital’s Chemotherapy and Infusion Department. The hospital began offering chemotherapy services along with infusions of bone-strengthening medications, treatment for multiple sclerosis, platelet transfusions and IV antibiotics in 2009.

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