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…
Hudson Valley Hospital Center thanks its donors for supporting campaigns and events that helped us to develop and maintain important programs and services in 2013. The big event of the…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 7, 2014) – An arctic weather system that has dropped temperatures into the single digits is causing dangerous outdoor conditions in our area. Physicians at Hudson Valley Hospital Center are recommending some steps to help the public take extra precautions against the cold. Dr. Barry Geller on staff in the Emergency Department at Hudson Valley Hospital Center said people who work outdoors, the elderly and children are at higher risk of hypothermia, a condition where the body temperature drops to dangerous levels. “Keeping warm is especially important when the temperatures drop so low,’’ said Dr.…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (January 3, 2014) – Not everyone gets the day off from work during a snowstorm as Hudson Valley Hospital Center employees can testify. About 45 employees spent the night Thursday sleeping in the emergency room, hospital rooms or makeshift dormitories in conference rooms, day rooms and exam rooms, according to Nursing Supervisor Anna Slempa. Slempa, who was in charge of coordinating the Hospital’s snow plan, said those who spent the night were a combination of people who worked the night shift Thursday and others who were scheduled to work days on Friday and came in early.…