Cortlandt Manor, NY - (November 5, 2013) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center kicked off its healthy cooking classes in a brand new teaching and demonstration kitchen this week with a special program for diabetes patients on how to prepare a healthy Thanksgiving feast. Twelve patients from the Hospital’s Diabetes Support group got to christen the new kitchen that will be home to classes designed to educate patients, school students and the general community on how to prepare healthy meals at home. On November 4, the Hospital’s outpatient dietician Tracie Dalessandro showed members of the group how to prepare Quinoa, Butternut…
In celebration of the opening of a new state-of-the-art dealership in Cortlandt Manor, Bernard Curry, President & CEO, presented a $3,000 contribution to William Dauster, Executive Director of the Foundation of Hudson Valley Hospital Center, at the dealership’s grand opening on October 28. The donation will be used for the hospital’s current Cancer Campaign. Mr. Curry is a member of the hospital’s Foundation Board has been a major supporter of Hudson Valley Hospital Center for years. The new dealership, across from the Cortlandt Town Center, is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Electrical Design) certified design, meaning it is constructed…
Cortlandt Manor, NY [November 4, 2013]- On November 14th, Hudson Valley Hospital Center will join 125 communities across the country in hosting a Shine a Light on Lung Cancer Vigil in partnership with Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA). The event is designed to raise awareness about Lung Cancer and support patients and their families. Speaking at the event will be Lung Cancer survivors and physicians at HVHC’s Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Cancer Center including Oncologist Asim Aijaz,MD , Radiation Oncologist Chika Madu, MD and Pulmonologist Charles Abate, MD. The program will be followed by a candlelight vigil to remember those who lost…
Cortlandt Manor, NY(Oct. 29, 2013) –Being a hero means being in the right place at the right time to help others when they need it. Sometimes it doesn’t even involve a rescue from a burning building or a lifesaving operation. Hudson Valley Hospital recognizes these everyday heroes – from nurses to the lab technician – each year by unveiling their portraits as part of its Wall of Heroes.On Oct. 29, Hudson Valley Hospital Center unveiled its Wall of Heroes at a ceremony in the lobby of the Hospital at 1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor. This year, 12 employees from 11…