Hudson Valley Hospital President John C. Federspiel is featured in this month's issue of 914 Inc., a business/lifestyle magazine published by Westchester Magazine. Federspiel, who is marking his 25th year as CEO at Hudson Valley Hospital Center, talks about the challenges and changes he has seen at the hospital during his tenure here. See article.
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 23, 2012) – February kicks off beard season for Hudson Valley Hospital Center with the first Winning Winter Whiskers fundraising campaign. The challenge to men: Grow your beard out during the month of February and raise money for the Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center. Participant information packets can be downloaded at www.hvhc.org, and applications must be submitted by February 1st. “Community support is integral in the success of our campaign to raise funds and awareness for the Cancer Center, and this is a way for all of us to have some fun while…
  Cortlandt Manor – (January 23, 2012) –  Did you know that more than 2.2 million people in the United States have glaucoma and only half of them know it? January is national Glaucoma Month and eye professionals like Dr. Kerline Marcelin, a board certified ophthalmologist with Hudson Valley Hospital Center, want to educate the community about this group of diseases that is the second leading cause of blindness. Glaucoma is a complicated disease in which damage to the optic nerve leads to progressive, irreversible vision loss. Early detection through regular and complete eye exams is the key to protecting…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 20, 2012) – Having someone to listen is sometimes the best medicine.  That’s what volunteer chaplains at Hudson Valley Hospital Center do best. On Thursday, January 19, Hudson Valley Hospital Center Pastoral Care Office installed seven new volunteers as lay chaplain during a ceremony in the hospital’s Wagner Conference Room.  The community volunteers visit with patients at Hudson Valley Hospital Center and work to meet their emotional and spiritual needs. The more than 20 lay chaplains in the program work to assist area clergy in helping patients and their families. The seven new volunteers…