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Arthur Seidman turned 102 on February 28. He has volunteered at North Shore University Hospital for 23 years.
Hospital volunteer turns 102
Arthur Seidman is a stalwart at North Shore University Hospital and the Monter Cancer Center, helping to relieve anxiety for patients and visitors
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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.
Patty Conklin has lived with a congenital hip birth defect for decades of her life until she received treatment from orthopedic specialists at Syosset Hospital.
Multiple procedures by the Little Baby Face Foundation and Lenox Hill surgeons have given Jared Galicia a new outlook.
Josephine Serino resumed her daily life after Southside Hospital uncovered a misdiagnosis and performed a carotid endarterectomy to remove dangerous plaque in her arteries.
Growing worrisome as each mass was removed from her breast, Liliana Uruburo found comprehensive care from Lenox Hill's new BRCA Center to put her mind at ease.
Matthew Malley was hospital for 473 days, but with the help of acute inpatient physical rehabilitation, he was able to return home to his normal life.
A hiatal hernia caused several eating issues for Michael Familio. He found his cure at Plainview Hospital.
William Gay was nervous when he needed neurosurgery. Huntington Hospital provided the confidence he needed to get through it.
After facing a rapid onset of symptoms because of a undiagnosed brain tumor, Dorothy Emer was saved by Lenox Hill's neurosurgeons through a Gamma Knife radiosurgery procedure.
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