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Bill McGinley

President / CEO of the American College of Health Care Administrators, Retired
Career Biography

Bill McGinley spent his entire career in the field of long-term care administration. He has been a Nursing Home Administrator since 1982. He began his career in 1980 with the Greenery Rehabilitation Group, Inc. a nationally known leader in the field of head-injury rehabilitation and sub-acute care. Most of his career was with SALMON Health and Retirement a Massachusetts family-owned company managing a SNF, ALR, Adult Day Health Center, and a childcare center. From 2015 to 2017 he was the executive director of New Pond Village, a CCRC in Walpole, MA. He finished his career as the President / CEO of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA). ACHCA founded in 1962 is the only professional organization representing long-term care administrators.


He holds an MBA from Boston University with a concentration in Health Care Management. He is a Fellow of the America College of Health Care Administrators (FACHCA). Upon his retirement he was granted Emeritus status by ACHCA. He is also a Certified Nursing Home Administrator (CNHA), Certified Administrator of Sub-Acute Care (CAS), and a Certified Assisted Living Administrator (CALA). He is certified as an assisted living director (CDAL) by the Senior Living Certification Commission. He was the third person in the country to achieve the Health Services Executive (HSE) credential from the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).


In May of 2010 he was named Outstanding Member of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA). In 2017 ACHCA named him as the recipient of the Distinguished Assisted Living Administrator Award.


He is the past President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Health Care Administrators.


He was a founding trustee of the MetroWest Health Care Foundation and served as chair of the MetroWest Healthcare Foundation Commission on Healthy Aging.


Bill is a resident of Natick, MA where he resides with his wife, Susan.