As the President of National Health Administrators in Peekskill, New York, Joseph E. Fiegoli has helped many clients obtain the medical services they need to lead a normal life. Mr. Fiegoli has operated this organization since the 1990s, and maintains a thorough understanding of the health insurance industry. He decided to put that knowledge to use and help those who were underserved in the New York area; Joseph Fiegoli established Health Net, Inc., in 1990. This organization is now known as National Health Administrators.
One of the projects taken on by Joseph Fiegoli and his wife, Rosalie, is the implementation of the Kingston Trust Fund in the Kingston School District. This project, which National Health Administrators took on in October 1997, has successfully yielded a zero tax-based increase for the district. National Health Administrators follows all applicable rules and regulations as ascribed by the National Coding System, and contributes to charitable endeavors like the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research Fund, the Children's Cancer Research Fund, and the New York Mission for Children's Clothes and Supplies. National Health Administrators has also supported a summer camp retreat for underprivileged children and makes major contributions to the food pantry for the Kingston community.
Joseph E. Fiegoli, who served in the U.S. military when he was in college, has lived in Westchester County for nearly five decades. Outside of his professional responsibilities at National Health Administrators, Mr. Fiegoli enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. He has also served as a baseball coach, and founder and President of the Cornhusker Booster Club. Some of his other interests include gardening, playing racquetball and billiards, and reading.