(Cortlandt Manor, NY – December 5, 2012) -Morning sickness has never been so popular. With this week’s announcement that Kate Middleton is pregnant and suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, this severe form of morning sickness has become among the top phrases searched on the Internet. Kate was admitted to the private King Edward VII Hospital in central London on Monday with the ailment that many are suddenly curious about. Hyperemesis gravidarum is a condition that affects only pregnant women and causes frequent vomiting,’’ said Dr. Laura Mieszerski, OB/GYN with the Westchester Medical Practice in Cortlandt Manor, NY.  “It is morning…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (November 19, 2012) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center was presented with the prestigious “Success Story Award”®by Press Ganey Associates Inc. at the organization’s 2012 National Conference on November 12-14 in Washington D.C.   The Press Ganey Success Story Award is a highly regarded symbol of achievement in the health care industry. Hudson Valley Hospital Center is one of 13 organizations to receive this honor in 2012, and one of only nine organizations to receive the award for satisfaction performance. Press Ganey partners with more than 10,000 health care facilities, including more than half of all…
From left to right: Moderne Barn Director of Private Events Chelsea Ventimiglia; Dr. Roy Ashikari; Dr. Andrew Ashikari; Moderne Barn owner Bill Livanos; HVHC Foundation Board Chairman Michael Delfino; Dr. Barry Geller and Moderne Barn Executive Chef Ethan Kostbar.     Cortlandt Manor, NY – (November 16, 2012) – More than 350 people enjoyed fine food and wines on a virtual journey around the globe on Thursday, November 15 when Hudson Valley Hospital Center held  “Wine and Dine Around the World” at Trump National Westchester. Nearly 30 fine restaurants including Crabtree’s Kittle House, The Cookery, Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill, Thyme, Division…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (November 15, 2012)– Supporting sustainable foods is not the only way friends of the environment can “Go Green” at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center Farmer’s Market  on Tuesday, November 20.  The zero emissions Nissan “Leaf” electric car will be on display at the Farmer’s Market and people can even test drive the vehicle that day courtesy of Curry Nissan in Cortlandt Manor. The newly released, fully electric vehicle can go more 100 miles between charges and costs about $600 a year to operate. The monthly Farmer’s Market hosted by Hudson Valley Hospital Center will also…