Serving those who have served: Northwell stands with veterans

Davon Gass was called into active duty with the U.S. Navy in late 2016.  With a year-long deployment ahead of him, the corpsman left knowing one thing was certain: a job would be waiting for him when he returned. As...

Lenox Hill Hospital celebrates nurses: A week in photos

Nurses Week is about recognizing nurses for all that they do. Lenox Hill Hospital celebrates nurses for their hard work and selfless dedication all week long—starting with a much-deserved red carpet rollout. Nurses were...

Lenox Hill volunteers are made for this

During National Volunteer Week, Lenox Hill recognizes its 321 volunteers, who make the hospital a brighter place to work and stay.

Rolling out the Red Carpet for Nurses

Selfless. Strong. Compassionate. Dedicated. It takes all of these things and more to be a nurse, which is why we celebrate National Nurses Week at Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan, Eye, Ear and Throat...

Lenox Hill Pet Therapy Dogs Boost Morale For Patients, Staff

Just the sight of a dog can instantly boost your spirits, and just maybe your health, too. Pet therapy programs have become a common sight in clinical settings. Lenox Hill Hospital's pet therapy dogs visit patients in...

Christmas Miracle Baby

A Long Island couple celebrated Christmas at home with their newborn Cristian, who was born six weeks early with a complete heart blockage, thanks to care he received at Cohen Children’s Medical Center. Forty-eight hours...

Surgeons & Heroes: Veteran's New Smile Heals Old Wounds

Dustin "Doc" Kirby is an American hero. The wounded U.S. Navy corpsman treated hundreds, if not thousands of Marines while serving two tours in the Iraq War, saving many lives along the way. But, on Christmas Day 2006, he...

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