Kevin Devine was hospitalized with COVID-19 for 117 days. His story of recovery gives us hope.
twitter.com/SIUHospital Staten Island University Hospital is a 714-bed, tertiary care teaching hospital located in New York City's 5th and fastest-growing borough.
Occupying two large campuses, plus a number of community-based health centers and labs, the hospital provides quality care to the people of Staten Island, the New York metropolitan region, and to patients from around the world. The 17-acre north campus (475 Seaview Avenue, Ocean Breeze) features the architecturally beautiful six-story Tower Pavilion; home of the renowned Heart Institute of Staten Island, a joint venture with Richmond University Medical Center. The Heart Institute rivals the best cardiac centers in the nation, and offers advanced cardiothoracic surgeries, including "continuous beating heart" surgery plus sophisticated invasive and non-invasive diagnostics. The north campus also is home to the prestigious Nalitt Institute for Cancer and Blood-Related Diseases, which was New York State's very first freestanding ambulatory cancer care facility, and remains an innovator with leading-edge research protocols and a compassionate, caring ethic. Other vital north site locales include the multi-specialty Irving R. Boody, Jr. Medical Arts Pavilion, the hospital's Regional Burn Center with its deserved national reputation for Pediatric burn care, plus a Trauma Center, Center for Women's Health, and widely-acclaimed programs for high-risk pregnancies and maternal care. The south campus (375 Seguine Avenue, Princes Bay) offers specialty programs that include Geriatric Psychiatry, the hospital's accredited Institute for Sleep Medicine, and a range of behavioral health and substance abuse services. Both campuses have 911-receiving Emergency Departments, and Staten Island's fully-modern, new Emergency Department and Education Center is currently under construction at the north site. Founded in 1861, Staten Island University Hospital today is a member of the North Shore-LIJ Health System, and enjoys numerous academic and clinical affiliations and accreditations.
Mission: Staten Island University Hospital is dedicated to providing our community with the best possible quality care through continuous quality improvement efforts. We consider employees to be our greatest resource. We continually examine the way we do our work in order to make improvements and prevent errors. Exceeding the needs and expectations of our customers is the basis for all that we do. Staten Island University Hospital North Campus (Ocean Breeze) 475 Seaview Avenue Staten Island, NY 10305 (718) 226-9000 Staten Island University Hospital South Campus (Princes Bay) 375 Seguine Avenue Staten Island, NY 10309 (718) 226-2000
Kevin Devine was hospitalized with COVID-19 for 117 days. His story of recovery gives us hope.
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COVID-19 has cost people their lives and their livelihoods. With the arrival of the vaccine there is finally light at the end of the tunnel, but the fight isn't over. The vaccine won’t be widely available yet, so we can't let our guard down with safety protocols. COVID survivors and business owners beg you to wear a face masks and social distance - these are crucial public health measures that we know can help slow the spread of the virus. Let's keep everyone safe. #MaskUp
SIUH administers the first COVID-19 vaccination on Staten Island. #statenislandstrong
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Announcing the emergency medical technician scholarship program.
A COVID-19 update from SIUH’s Executive Director, Dr. Brahim Ardolic.
Thank you to all the service men and women.
Happy NP Week to the Nurse Practitioners at Staten Island University Hospital, Northwell Health and across the country. Thank you for your compassionate care! #NPWeek
Still not wearing a mask to curtail coronavirus? Top doctor has a message for you.
"Regardless of political bent, affiliation or anything else, putting a mask on keeps people out of the hospital,” Dr. Ardolic said.
Are people suffering from long-term consequences of COVID-19? Dr. Gut is here to help with our Post-COVID Recovery Center. For more information please call (718) 226-6494.
Happy PA Week to the Physician Assistants’ at Staten Island University Hospital, Northwell Health and across the country. Thank you for your compassionate care! #PAweek
Staten Island Teacher Returns to the Classroom Miraculous Recovery
After having rare life-threatening tumor diagnosis in 2019, one NYC teacher and cancer survivor’s return to the classroom this week will be extra special. NBC New York’s Ray Villeda reports.
When 13-year-old Ivonne Hernandez's Make-A-Wish trip was put on hold during COVID-19, the hospital arranged a visit from NYPD’s mounted unit and some special personalized Disney messages.
Son of 9/11 Hero Continues His Family's Legacy of Service
Staten Island doctor leads his own team of frontline heroes against COVID-19. News 4’s Jen Maxfield reports.
It was a hero’s reunion yesterday. US Army Corporal, Daniel Elliot returned home from a 10-month deployment to Iraq and Kuwait to surprise his healthcare hero mom, Regina Elliot, RN, who’s been on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19.
Regina is a nurse in the hospital’s outpatient surgical center, but during the COVID-19 surge, she was redeployed to the coronavirus units to care for critically ill patients.
Corporal Elliot has been overseas since the start of the pandemic and attempted to surprise his mom, but mother’s intuition kicked in and sent Regina running into the arms of her son.
Thank you both for your service! U.S. Army
Staten Island University Hospital recently went live with touchless thermal scanners for both employees and visitors at all of its hospital entrances at the North and South Sites. The scanners add a convenient, accurate and socially distant way to screen staff and visitors for abnormal body temperature upon entering the hospital.
These new safety measures have been implemented at the North Site Main Entrance on Seaview Avenue, the hospital Team Entrance - North, the North Site Emergency Room, the South Site Main Entrance, the South Site’s Diagnostic and Surgical Pavilion on Seguine Avenue and the South Site Emergency Room Entrance.
Stay up-to-date on our SafeCare channel to see the changes we've made to keep you and your loved ones safe: https://bit.ly/SIUH-SafeCare
Staten Islander's now can have bariatric surgery and then follow-up skin tightening surgery without having to leave the borough.
The orthopedic team has introduced a new hip and knee program on the south shore. David Allan Drucker, MD, director of joint reconstruction emphasizes the goal of getting patients home same day.
Dr. David Allan Drucker, director of Orthopaedic Surgery at Staten Island University Hospital, is leading the Center for Hip and Knee Replacement at SIUH’s South Site.
Northwell Health front line workers are among New York City health care heroes to be featured in a new documentary series, “The New York Times Presents,” which chronicles their emotional and awe-inspiring resolve in taking care of critically-ill patients during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode, “They Get Brave” will air at 10 p.m. on Friday, July 10 on FX and Hulu, and continue to stream on Hulu. Tune in for a realistic and personal look at how they persevered through uncharted clinical territory.
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SIUH doctors perform a life-changing surgery on a 3-year-old girl, after charitable medical relief mission to Ecuador.
3-year-old Betsaida was born with birth defects which caused her to have trouble breathing and eating.
In case you missed it, Joseph Compitello, PA-C, celebrated his first Father's Day after being diagnosed with COVID-19 during the birth of his child.
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Spidey senses are tingling as our South campus advances with the da Vinci Xi robot. This will allow both SIUH locations to perform robotic surgeries on complex procedures without needing to transfer patients.
Staten Island University Hospital's South Campus adds da Vinci Xi robot to perform robotic surgeries on complex procedures.
Thank you to our friends at JFK8 Amazon.com for supporting our Emergency COVID-19 fund.
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John Baez: Environmental services is much more than keeping a clean environment. We are helping keep patients and their families remain comfortable.
Elective procedures to immediately resume at RUMC; SIUH to begin on June 15
Non-emergency medical procedures have been on hold on Staten Island since March 15.
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