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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. Dr. Joseph McGinn, a surgeon known around the world for his work in the field of cardiology who works on Staten Island at the ...
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"Dear Mr. Ferreri, Thank You" tells the life-changing stories of Staten Islanders and their care and recovery at Staten Island University Hospital through their letters of appreciation.
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Qusai Hammouri, affectionately known to patients and friends as “Dr. Q”, is SIUH's new Director of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Hammouri's interests are centered on spinal ailments and deformiti ...
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After 14 surgeries to repair multiple birth defects, 10-year-old, Christopher Tullo knows all about overcoming obstacles. Tullo teamed up with his doctor, David Hoffman who heads up Staten Island Univ ...
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As part of Exploring Health Care Careers (EHCC) lecture series, students from local high schools are learning what robotic surgery is all about from Staten Island University Hospital's robotic surgeon and urologist, Dr. Vance Moss. EHCC introduces students to the inner workings of a hospital and prepares them for future careers in healthcare. The hospital has seminars slated through 2014. For more information, visit: www.siuh.edu/future.
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To kick-off EMS Week, the hospital hosted its third annual Sim Wars competition on Friday, May 16, 2014 to challenge the Island’s EMS providers in ever-changing medical scenarios. This year’s challeng ...
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Local Charity, Kids Against Cancer pledged $1 million dollars to the creation of a newly renovated Children’s Cancer Center at Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH). The announcement was made in honor of the hospital’s President and CEO, Anthony C. Ferreri at SIUH’s 132nd annual Charity Ball on April 26, 2014. The center will offer a child friendly atmosphere with a play area where patients can interact with other children watching movies, playing video games and crawling through a jungle gym fish tank. The project is in final planning stages with construction projected to take 12-16 months.
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NSLIJ-Staten Island University Hospital hosted National Drug Take-Back Day with the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency on Saturday April 26, 2014. The event is aimed at getting unused and expired medicat ...
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On Tuesday April 22, 2014, NSLIJ-Staten Island University Hospital recognized organ donors across the nation by planting an e ...
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The Last Word's host, Lawrence O'Donnell comments on the disaster relief response on Staten Island and a call to action.
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The Angels That Watched Over My Little Miracles: Celebrating their 5th birthday this month, the Ferrante Five were the first ...
 
 
A group of beer brewers is holding a benefit for Staten Island University Hospital employees affected by Sandy. Sean Torres, president of the brewing club "Pour Standards" and a hospital employee said when he saw his coworkers working to help others after losing their own homes, he decided he wanted to get involved. The "Pour to Restore" fundraiser will showcase beers from all over the city. The event will take place on Dec. 23 at 120 Bay Cafe. "Being an SIUH employee I got to see firsthand all the distress and the emotional suffering of a lot of the employees," Torres said. "The hospital has had over 250 employees that were affected by Hurricane Sandy, with 50 of them losing their homes," said Christian Preston from SIUH. "So events like this are really important for our employee relief fund." For more information visit PourToRestore.com.
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For the last 17 years, PEDS Rehab has hosted a Halloween party for their young patients. The event allows children with physi ...
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