Cortlandt Manor, NY - (February 10, 2012) - Few things make a woman feel quite so vulnerable as the physical changes that often accompany cancer treatment. Hudson Valley Hospital Center hosts a program to help these courageous women rediscover their beauty. Look Good…Feel Better® was developed by the Personal Care Products Foundation in 1989 and today partners with the American Cancer Society to provide free wigs and makeup—along with tips on how best to apply it—to women undergoing chemotherapy and radiation. The program is held every third Tuesday of the month at the Ashikari Breast Center at Hudson Valley Hospital…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (February 10, 2012) – Marie Covais wasn’t feeling so well when she was admitted to Hudson Valley Hospital Center on Feb. 7, but now she’s singing a different tune – a birthday tune.  The Jefferson Valley resident celebrated her 93rd birthday at Hudson Valley Hospital Center on Feb. 8. The staff didn’t want her to miss her special day so they presented her with a cake and invited family members.  Marie is very active and loves to dance, bowl, knit and garden. She was so happy with her new friends at HVHC that she decided…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (February 8, 2012) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s Vice President of Patient Services was among 18 women honored by the Professional Women of Putnam and Mahopac News on Feb. 3. Kathy Webster, who has been with Hudson Valley Hospital Center for 35 years, was among the women nominated for a “Putnam County Women of Excellence” award. She and 17 other nominees were feted by the organization and the newspaper at a dinner at the Putnam National Golf Club on Feb. 3.  “It was a really lovely event, and a great honor,’’ said Webster, who was…
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.