Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 30, 2014) –Hudson Valley residents have had to clear away a lot of snow this winter, resulting in many opportunities for winter accidents. While snow blowers are an essential tool at this time of year, their use also results in many hand injuries. Dr. Ari Mayerfield of Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s Hand Center said that every year he sees patients who suffer from a variety of injuries sustained from snow blowers. “Due to the improper handling of these machines, patients suffer from fingertip injuries, fractures, lacerations and amputated digits,’’ said Mayerfield, a surgeon who specializes…
Friday, 24 January 2014 16:46

Children of Haiti

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Dr. Kerline Marceln has been writing to Hudson Valley Hospital Center to tell us about her mission to Haiti since she left here on Jan. 18. Dr. Marcelin is working…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 23, 2014) – Three people from the community and a group of Hudson Valley Hospital Center employees were honored today for acts of kindness when the Hospital kicked off a year-long celebration of its 125th Anniversary. More than 100 people packed the hospital lobby for a presentation of the Hospital’s “Acts of Kindness Awards” presented by HVHC President John C. Federspiel. Recognized at the event were: Nancy Montgomery and her husband the late Jim Lovell of Cold Spring. Lovell, who died in the Metro North train derailment last month, was recognized posthumously as part of…
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 17:23

Acts of Kindness

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Acts of Kindness do make a difference. That's why Hudson Valley Hospital Center in celebration of its 125th Anniversary is asking the community to perform acts of kindness. Small gestures…