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A generous donation from the late George Gottridge has funded Northwell Health's Libby Gottridge Endowed Fellowship in General Internal Medicine.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation has ranked Northwell Health as the No. 3 health system in the nation and first in New York State based on the number of facilities designated a Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality.
Northwell Health’s first Summer Hamptons Evening in Water Mill, NY, benefited Northwell’s Katz Institute for Women’s Health. The event featured signer-songwriter Alexa Ray Joel and raised $575K.
Northwell Health has announced the implementation of its substance-use screening protocol for patients who are admitted to its hospitals, broadening its ability to support members of the community at risk of health consequences related to the use of opioids or other substances.
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Robert Glatter, MD, comments in this Livestrong article.
In Better Homes & Gardens, Noah Rosen, MD, explains how the heat can cause migraines.
Lenox Hill Hospital surgical residents discuss their experience of training to become surgeons.
Alexa Ray Joel performs at Northwell Health’s first Summer Hamptons Evening on August 17 in Water Mill to benefit Katz Institute for Women’s Health.
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Not pursuing treatment can seem unacceptable to some who are diagnosed. Louis Potters, MD, shows why it could be your best option if your disease isn’t progressing.
Curtis Reisinger, PhD: Boosting mental wellness is a good step, but much more is needed to alter the pattern of police suicides.
In this letter to health care CEOs, Michael Dowling calls for sensible gun legislation, to invest in mental health, prevent the sale and access to certain firearms and proper education for staff and communities.
Mitchell Levine, MD: Your back pain most likely won’t require surgery, but if it does, here’s what you should know.
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Dr. Joseph Brofsky’s recovery from a freak accident in the Dominican Republic has provided a new attitude and quality time with his new grandson.
Driven by patriotism, Omar Bholat, MD, has been a critical resource to several mass casualty events during his time in the US Army.
A stroke altered Simon Burke's life. Now the SIUH employee is picking it back up with the hospital's help
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.
Toni Fabric speaks to Matthew Weiss, MD
New perspectives on pancreatic cancer
The new center's multidisciplinary team will provide hope for thousands, including Toni Fabric, a 50-year-old Long Island native battling the devastating disease.
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