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08/31/2017
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How Houston hospitals prepared for Hurricane Harvey

In a major flood event like Tropical Storm Harvey, hospitals are both some of the most critical infrastructure and among the most vulnerable. Miles O’Brien talks to Bill McKeon, president and CEO of Texas Medical Center, about the crisis.

10/19/2015

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Hospital Newspaper has been selected as the recipient of the Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut's 2015 Media Partnership Award.

The award is being given in recognition or the association's gratitude to Hospital Newspaper for providing significant coverage for the 'Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing' events over the last several years.

The award will be given at the association's 111th Annual Meeting starting at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, October 27, 2015 at Anthony's Ocean View in New Haven, Conn.

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08/20/2015
40 Funniest Nursing Gifs On Tumblr

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Do you need to relax and have a laugh after work? Here are 40 of the funniest nursing gifs on tumbr.

Good Samaritan Hospital Supports New York Organ Donor Network’s LiveOnNY MonthGood Samaritan Hospital Medical Center sup...
04/07/2015
Organ Donation | LiveOnNY

Good Samaritan Hospital Supports New York Organ Donor Network’s LiveOnNY Month

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center supports the goal of accelerating the enrollment rate in New York, whichranks 49th out of 50 states in percent of residents who are registered as organ donors. This has tangible consequences for New Yorkers, roughly 11,000 of whom desperately need an organ and remain on the waiting list.

“Save lives. Sign up to be an organ donor,” is the message from LiveOnNY during April’s National Donate Life Month, and Good Samaritan will support the month-long initiative by providing educational material to the public encouraging individuals aged 18 and over to register on the New York State Donate Life Registry. LiveOnNY is asking New Yorkers to add their names to the state’s organ, eye and tissue donor registry.

Recently, a Good Samaritan Hospital’s patient’s family decided to help others through the generous act of donation. This patient’s right kidney saved the life of a 45-year-old man; left kidney saved a 62-year-old man; corneas helped restore sight to two others and their bone restored mobility to several others. This patient’s legacy will continue to live on in the lives of as many as 50 people.

“Giving the ‘Gift of Life’ may lessen the grief of the donor's own family. Many donor families say that knowing other lives have been saved helps them cope with their tragic loss,” said Good Samaritan’s Director of Nursing Critical Care Services Elisabeth Vallone, RN.

The registry is a confidential database of legal consent for donation and it is administered by New York State’s Department of Health. It is only accessed by authorized personnel of the LiveOnNY and tissue and eye banks when there is a potential donor. New Yorkers can register at any Department of Motor Vehicles office or online at www.donatelifeny.org. For more information, please call (631) 376-4444.

By signing up for organ donation, you are making a difference by potentially giving others the gift of life. Visit LiveOnNY to learn more.

03/18/2015
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Teacher Grateful for Cardiac Team at Albany Med Following Major Heart Attack at School

Dawn D’Elia, of Saugerties, credits the amazing cardiac care she received at Albany Med with giving her a second chance at life.

Three years ago, D’Elia, a middle-school teacher, suffered a massive heart attack that was directly related to smoking. She was just 45-years-old.

“I remember it like it was yesterday. I was in front of my class, giving out awards to my seventh- and eighth-graders, when all of a sudden I was hit with an intense burning sensation in my chest,” D’Elia said.

She was rushed to Columbia Memorial Hospital, but shortly after arriving was transferred to Albany Med where she underwent emergency quadruple bypass surgery, performed by Edward Bennett, M.D., chief of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery.

Within hours of the operation, D’Elia met Sulagna Mookherjee, M.D.,who became her cardiologist.

“There’s a good chance this may have been 100 percent preventable,” Dr. Mookherjee said. “Her smoking habit was the main reason she became my patient and, in order to restore her to health, I needed her to quit.”

D’Elia remembers their first meeting vividly. “Shortly after waking up from surgery, Dr. Mookherjee came into my room. She explained what Dr. Bennett and his team had done to repair my heart, and then she walked to the other side of my bed and took off my nicotine patch,” D’Elia recalled. “She told me that this was my second chance, and I wouldn’t need the patch anymore, because she was going to make sure I quit smoking.”

Dr. Mookherjee, current president of the American Heart Association’s Capital Region chapter, said that D’Elia, prior to her heart attack, experienced a classic symptom of cardiovascular disease.

“Dawn told me that a week before her heart attack she was experiencing jaw pain, which is a very common symptom of heart disease in women, along with other symptoms such as unexplained pain in the back or neck,” Dr. Mookherjee said. “Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women, yet many have no idea what the symptoms are.”

Today, thanks to the cardiac care she received at Albany Med, D’Elia is back to teaching and spending time with her rambunctious grandchildren. She said she hopes her story will help raise awareness about heart disease, particularly for women.

“We tend to be so focused on taking care of everyone but ourselves,” D’Elia said. “Women need to take the time to learn about heart disease and make sure they are putting their health first.”

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Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Kicks Off 2015 Centennial Celebration with Lobby Exhibit Ribbon-Cutting ceremonyBurke Reha...
02/02/2015
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Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Kicks Off 2015 Centennial Celebration with Lobby Exhibit Ribbon-Cutting ceremony
Burke Rehabilitation Center, the only acute rehabilitation hospital in White Plains, NY, officially kicked off a year-long celebration to commemorate its 100 years of pioneering rehabilitation with a ribbon cutting of its Burke Centennial Lobby Exhibit on January 22. The lobby exhibit’s “Then and Now” theme features numerous vignettes highlighting Burke’s past, present, and future. The exhibit, which is in Burke’s Wood Pavilion is open to the publicthrough the end of the year.

Visitors can view cherished artifacts and relics dating back to Burke’s inception 100 years ago, such as a hand-printed original blueprint of Burke’s Billings Building by renowned architectural firm McKim, Mead &White and a turn-of-the-century pocket watch owned by John Masterson Burke, the hospital’s founder. The exhibit also highlights new innovations in rehabilitation technology, including a prosthetic armproduced by a 3D printer, interactive demos with a photon microscope, and a Vital Health Connect digital patch that monitors and wirelesslytransmits patients’ vital signs to health care providers.

White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach, Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett, Legislator Ben Boykin and a number of key figures and local dignitaries attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Dignitaries were joined by Burke leaders and supporters, including Burke CEO and Executive Director Mary Beth Walsh, M.D. and Burke Medical Research Institute Executive Director Raj Ratan, M.D., Ph.D., who provided opening remarks and participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

“We welcome the community to join us in celebrating our centennial year,” said Walsh.“We take great pride in our historyin medical rehabilitation and look forward to helping move rehabilitation forward for many years to come.”

More information on the new lobby exhibit and Burke’s upcoming events throughout 2015 is available at www.burke.org/100years.

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