Westchester County Association presented APEX award to Hospital for $100 million renovation project Cortlandt Manor, NY - (Oct 29, 2010) – In 2008 and 2009 when so many businesses were scaling back or closing entirely, Hudson Valley Hospital Center forged ahead with a $100 million economic development project that signaled hope in an otherwise bleak economy.On June 24, the newly renovated Hospital opened complete with a new lobby, four-story patient tower, 450-space parking garage and renovated and expanded Emergency Department. The project created jobs, poured millions into the economy and set an example for other businesses.That vision was honoredon Thursday…
Cortlandt mom Melissa Carbone introduces 6 lbs. 10 oz. Annabelle to West Lakeland Girl Scout Troop 2478. Annabelle was born 6:58 p.m. Oct. 31, 2010, the first Halloween Baby born at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt. The girls from Lincoln Titus School presented Annabelle and her mom with a basket of presents in honor of the birthday of Girl Scout Founder Juliette Gordon Low who was born on Oct. 31, 1860. You've heard of the first New Year's Baby. Meet the first Halloween Baby. That's really a misnomer because although Oct. 31 is Halloween it's also the birthday of…
More than 500 attend to honor Garrison resident Rod Patton, Dr. William Higgins and HVHC Auxiliary From left to right:Hudson Valley Hospital President John C. Federspiel, William Higgins, M.D.; Sheila Guida, Chairwoman of the HVHC Auxiliary; Rodman D. Patton of Garrison and Edward B. MacDonald Jr., Chairman of HVHC Board of Directors.   More than 500 people swayed to a Latin beat at HVHC’s 50th Annual Ball, "Ritmo de la Noche: A Escape to Havana" at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor on November 6. The event featuring cocktails, dinner, dancing, and a silent auction raised funds for the Hospital’s…
Parents thank Hospital for support during husband’s tour in Iraq Cortlandt Manor, NY - (November 11, 2010) – It seemed more like Thanksgiving than Veteran's Day at Hudson Valley Hospital Center today as a family gathered to thank the Hospital staff for its support during difficult times last year. Taline and Zareh Guekjian and their three young daughters were on hand for a ceremony to hang an American flag in honor of the Hospital. Zareh Guekijan presented the flag to the Hospital in thanks for the support it gave his wife and daughters while he served in the Navy Reserves…