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Staten Island University Hospital has received approval from the New York State Department of  Public Health’s Public Health and Health Planning Council to construct a new 40,000-square-foot cancer center at its North Site. 
Female scientists received more than $455,000 in awards during the eighth annual Advancing Women in Science and Medicine luncheon to celebrate and support excellence and achievements of women in science.
Northwell Health earns Equity of Care award from the American Hospital Association’s Institute for Diversity and Health Equity.
More than 2,000 cancer survivors and their loved ones gathered to celebrate the 14th annual Don Monti Cancer Survivors’ Day at the Northwell Health Cancer Institute.
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Nicolas Hernandez, MD, discusses the health benefits of walking outdoors in this News 12 report.
Drs. Adam Lackey and Len Horovitz comment in this HealthDay report.
Southside Hospital donates bleed control stations to Long Island MacArthur Airport.
Joseph Moscola, senior vice president and chief people officer at Northwell Health, discusses with Newsday how the health system is addressing the tight labor market.
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Michael Dowling asks how many qualified veterans does your organization employ?
Dr. Jacqueline Moline, director of the Northwell Health Queens World Trade Center Health Program, testifies before Congress on the need to reauthorize the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.
Nirav Patel, MD, explains why diverse treatment options, cardiac experience and follow-up care play a major role in managing a life-threatening condition.
Ashley Burlage, MD: Playing video games or using your phone is not the root of the musculoskeletal condition, but it can flare symptoms. Here’s what you can do to find relief.
Inspiring people
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A basketball referee appreciated that a doctor was nearby when he had a heart attack. But anyone can help increase the odds of survival in the case of a heart attack.
Dr. Burton Rochelson's father survived a Nazi death camp, then founded a hospital for displaced persons after World War II.
Arthur Seidman is a stalwart at North Shore University Hospital and the Monter Cancer Center, helping to relieve anxiety for patients and visitors
Gillian’s world was upended when she lost her baby to maternal hemorrhage. Blood donation saved her life and inspired her to pay it forward.
Kathy Khodadadi with her yoga trainer
Women’s heart health focus of latest Northwell Health Story podcast
Kathy Khodadadi took her heart health into her own hands. Listen to her story.
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