Nathan N. Joseph is a retired physician assistant who served New York City as a health care administrator and practitioner.
Joseph most recently was a facility administrator at DaVita South Brooklyn Nephrology Center in Brooklyn, where he conducted budget analysis and staff training and development.
Prior to working as a facility administrator, Joseph was an associate director for ambulatory services at Kings County Hospital Center, where he previously was a physician assistant.
Joseph’s experience in health care also includes work in detention facilities within New York City, including the Manhattan Detention Complex, the Spofford Juvenile Detention Center, and Rikers Island Prison, where he provided daily sick call and emergency treatment of inmates.
Joseph is the Staten Island City Council designee to the Board appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
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