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Staten Island Doctor Earns National Primary Care Award September 8, 2016 – Dr. Sal Volpe, a pioneering leader in the field of primary care medicine, has earned the 2016 Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice Award. Dr. Volpe who is a longtime ...
Because every 80 seconds in America a woman's heart stops and she dies, Staten Island University Hospital Northwell Health presents "Heart Stoppers," a free community learning and screening experience for teens to centegenarians. Staten ...
Top Performer Award Goes to Staten Island University Hospital Staten Island, NY -- Staten Island University Hospital, a North Shore-LIJ Health System hospital, has clinched its its fourth Top Performer award designated by The Joint Commission, ...
Feel the room spinning? Floating and dizziness followed by nausea? If you're plagued by vertigo, you may be asked to put on a pair of special goggles and take a videonystography -- VNG test. Prescribed by an Ears, Nose, Throat specialist, the ...
Patients Representatives Make Wedding Skype Call for Mother- of-the-Bride It's a day every mother looks forward to: watching her daughter walk down the aisle on her wedding day. For Staten Island resident, Claudia Grady, being there for her ...
Left to right - Bobbi Pellegrino, PA-C, Eric Varela, John Shiau, MD. "Being in the military was the greatest time in my life," said Ret. Staff Sergeant Eric Varela who joined the U.S. Army in 1997. But the long military career Eric ...
Did anyone get the number of that speeding year? As we leave 2013 behind, and 2014 begs the question: what will you do differently this year? It's the time to make changes and set goals. Make yours health. Just like your work schedule, plan a ...
New ads from Coca-Cola claim artificial sweeteners, like aspartame, used in Diet Coke, "give people great-tasting options they can feel good about." But is aspartame a safe alternative to sugar? "It's controversial," explained ...
No one wants to admit that they have a drug problem, but we have to be honest with ourselves: Staten Island has one. Prescription drug abuse has had a hold on the borough for many years affecting Islanders of all walks of life. Death from these ...
Grace Drone, lab aide (South) For more than two decades, Sophie Gutterman has been taking Coumadin. The anticoagulant drug necessitates that she have her blood drawn on a sometimes weekly basis at the South Site's Laboratory Department to see if ...
Bill Pagan, motor vehicle operator, Rehab Medicine For Devi Kawalek, the four months she spent as a twice-a-week passenger aboard Bill Pagan's rehab van was like being on a camp bus. So pleased with Bill's friendly and courteous service that ...
The Service Auxiliary of Staten Island University Hospital has two reasons to celebrate this year. Their 150 th anniversary – making it the oldest continuous auxiliary in the country – and now, being named an Auxiliary of the Year by the ...
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