Cortlandt Manor, NY - (July 11, 2013) – What are the most pressing health needs in your community? Hudson Valley Hospital Center wants to know. As part of a state and federal push to improve health care, Hudson Valley Hospital Center is asking people in the community to complete a questionnaire to help assess what healthcare services are most needed.  To fill out the questionnaire click here.The survey is anonymous and does not require participants to give their names or contact information. “Hudson Valley Hospital Center has been meeting the health needs of our community for nearly 125 years,’’ said…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (July 2, 2013) –  Art lovers can enjoy the sights of summer indoors at Hudson Valley Hospital Center where the Hospital's Art for Health program is now featuring its latest exhibition, “Shades of Summer.” The exhibit, which showcases the works of seven local artists, is on display from now until August 29 as part of the Hospital’s “Art for Health” program curated by artist and hospital Curator, Suzanne Bohrer Ashley. The 85 works on display give diverse interpretations of nature's seasons and include bronze wall sculptures, oil and acrylic paintings, hand dyed/torn paper collages, and…
Cortlandt Manor NY - June 25-  Hudson Valley Hospital Center raised $237,000 on June 25 at its 36th Annual Golf Tournament at the Hudson National Golf Course in Croton-on-Hudson.  Sponsors of the event included Curry Automotive,Presenting sponsor; Putnam County Savings Bank, Halfway House Sponsor; Unicorn Contracting Corp., Luncheon sponsor; USI Insurance Service, Golf Cart Sponsor; Pallante Design,Michael and Ginger Delfino, Entergy, Optimum Lightpath, Unitex Textile Rental Services, Ashikari Breast Center and William Geis, Jr.   From left to right: Hudson Valley Hospital Center President John C. Federspiel (Cortlandt Manor);Bernard F. Curry, III, Chief Executive Officer, Curry Automotive (Rye); Putnam County…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (June 19, 2013) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s Maternity Department got a special delivery on June 17, but not the usual kind. The Girl Scout Community of Bronxville delivered baby supplies to the Maternity and Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit collected at the Community of Bronxville annual Charity fundraiser on June 9. Mary Massa, Bronxville Girl Scout Community Chair, organized the event, which ended in a cowgirl themed party.  This year, Hudson Valley Hospital Center was selected as one of the three charities to benefit. Girl Scout Troop #1507 in Bronxville collected the diapers, infant clothing and…