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Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly is a hero: “Dr. Brantly contracted the ebola virus while he was on a humanitarian medical mission of mercy,” Dr. Ambreen Khalil, told MSNBC News this morning. “He is a h ...
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How do you get a new lease on life in 3 hours and 5 minutes? Check out Dino Longueira’s story.
 
 
NYC Mayor, Bill de Blasio commits $28 million to SIUH to help weather potential hurricanes like it saw in 2012 with Superstorm Sandy. Combined with $12 commitment from NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo, ...
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Dr. Lidia Tripolski of Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital says getting the flu shot should be at the top of your child’s back to school list. With over 1/5 of the population in United States getting the virus each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tripolski says, it’s better to get he shot sooner than later.
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With New York City being a major destination for travelers around the world, hospitals are preparing for the possibility of Ebola making its way to the city. Dr. Ambreen Khalil, Infectious Disease Spe ...
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Staten Island’s Santa, Joe DiMartino made his list of preparations and is checking it twice for his holiday opening November 28, 2014. For over 10 years, Joe has been raising money with his winter wonderland display in support of Staten Island University Hospital’s Pediatric Cancer Program in memory of his late wife, Debra Ann who was killed on 9/11. To date, DiMartino has raised over $141,000 for the program.
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As Ebola poses an epidemic threat to the U.S. and other parts of the world, hospitals around the country prepare for more potential cases and are alerting their communities on how to recognize the sig ...
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NYC Mayor, Bill de Blasio commits $28 million to SIUH to help weather potential hurricanes like it saw in 2012 with Superstorm Sandy. Combined with $12 commitment from NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo, the hospital estimates the upgrades to their facilities will be complete by spring 2016. SIUH thanks Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for their leadership and commitment to the health and well-being of the people of Staten Island, and a special thanks to Staten Island’s Borough President, James S. Oddo, Councilman Vincent M. Ignizio, and Steven Matteo, NY State Senator Andrew J. Lanza, and NY State Assemblyman, Michael Cusick. Without them, this project wouldn’t be possible.
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Dr. Lidia Tripolski of Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital says getting the flu shot should be at the top of your child’s back to school list. With over 1/5 of the population in United St ...
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In response to what it calls a problem of epidemic proportion on Staten Island, the New York City Health Department is workin ...
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NBC News follows up with Island residents as they clean up from Superstorm Sandy. Brahim Ardolic, MD, chairman of Emergency Medicine comments on clean up safety, and recognizing the signs of fatigue and illness.
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Following the death of a local high school student during football practice, doctors at Staten Island University Hospital suspect Sudden Cardiac Death; a silent killer among young athletes. Check out Fox 5 News’ coverage to learn more about this condition, and how to protect your loved ones.
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Brahim Ardolic, MD, chairman of Emergency Medicine talks to NBC News on how to safely clean up after Superstorm Sandy.
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