Cortlandt Manor, NY - (May 2, 2014) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s advertising campaigns for its new Comprehensive Cancer Center, Harvest for Health programs and 125th Anniversary have captured awards in two major advertising competitions. The award winners were announced this week in the 31st Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards competition and the Advertising Club of Westchester’s 2014 “Big W Awards.” Materials were developed by the Hospital’s Marketing team, including ad agency Jody and Diane Creative Communications. Hudson Valley Hospital Center captured two Gold awards and a Merit Award in the Health Care Advertising Awards. Gold and Merit awards went to…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (April 30, 2014) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center wants you to learn about your health in May with a series of free health education programs. Here are some of the programs being offered in the Hospital’s Ground Floor Conference Room at 1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY. Preventing ACL Injuries in Young Female Athletes Knee injuries in young athletes in many cases can be avoided with the proper training, according to a recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Luckily, Hudson Valley Hospital Center is offering just such a program. Kyle Mack, PT, DPT, Clinical…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (April 29, 2014) – A study released yesterday by the American Academy of Pediatrics says that knee injuries in young athletes, particularly females, is on the rise and recommends injury prevention programs as the best way to deal with the problem. “At Hudson Valley Hospital Center we recognized this problem and are offering schools and individuals a comprehensive training program designed to prevent ACL injuries,’’ said Kyle Mack, PT, DPT, Clinical Manager of the Department of Rehabilitation. “ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries can be very debilitating and the training we offer helps young athletes to, not…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (April 24, 2013) – The world of medicine came to life for Hendrick Hudson High School students last week when they toured departments at Hudson Valley Hospital Center as part of an advanced science program offered by the district. Three groups, totaling about 70 students, from the “Project Lead the Way” program visited various hospital departments on April 22, 23 and 24 to learn about healthcare career opportunities as well as medical science as part of a college-level science elective offered to students in grades 9-12. Laboratory Director Sue Hyatt explained to students the different types…