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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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Emergency Children’s Help Organization (ECHO) is changing the face of healthcare on Staten Island’s South Shore. The children’s charity earmarked $500,000 towards the construction of a dedicated child ...
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Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, threw out the first ball at Staten Island University Hospital’s 2015 Bocce Tournament fundraiser attracting 150 attendees. As part of the hospital’s Gol ...
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A very special thank you to the Girls Scouts of OLSS Troop 5225 for visiting our Regional Burn Center on May 15 to learn burn safety with Dr. Cooper and the staff. These selfless scouts raised money for the burn center through their cookie sales, and bought toys and movies for kids in the unit.
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Wagner College’s baseball team, The Seahawk's teamed up with Vs. Cancer Foundation to raise money for the pediatric oncology center at Staten Island University Hospital on May 14, 2015. The team raise ...
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NBC News tells the story of Staten Island's own Santa Claus, Joe DiMartino and his mission against pediatric cancer in memory ...
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As featured in Focus on Health Winter 2014: Lights, Camera, Fracture. In 2007, Maria Diaz left behind Wall Street after the financial collapse for a life in front of the camera, appearing in televisions shows like Blue Bloods sharing the screen with Tom Seleck. She’s most recently recognized for her portrayal of NY Football Giants, Victor Cruz’s mother in Campbell’s Chunky Soup commercial series. Her new found success and rising popularity was almost sidelined by a wardrobe malfunction after a night on the town. See how SIUH’s Head and Neck specialist, Dr. Homere Al Moutran got Maria back in front of the cameras and kept her career rolling.
As part of Heart Month, Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH) hosted a, “Love Your Heart Day” to promote the fight against ...
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Members of the Rusi-Marke family donate $750,000 for the hospital's Comprehensive Breast Center in honor Florina Rusi-Marke, a young mother who died from breast cancer.
The south shore campus of Staten Island University Hospital held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday to celebrate the comple ...
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