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CornerStone Vol. 25, No. 1, Summer 2015
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NYU Winthrop's Medically Supervised Weight Management Program Helps Local Residents
NYU Winthrop Elects Two New Members to its Board of Directors
In Memoriam
College-bound Student Athlete Finds Relief from Sinusitis
New Research and Academic Center Celebrates Grand Opening
NYU Winthrop Recognized by U.S. News & World Report for Outstanding Pediatric Care
New Drugs, New Hope for Patients Facing Lung Cancer
NYU Winthrop Earns Designation as a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the ACR
New Equipment Enhances Care for Pediatric Airway Emergencies
Grateful Family Gives Back to NICU
The Kornreich Family Makes Donation in Honor of Young Patient
A Leader in Research
Sports Medicine Program Gives Back to the Community with Student Athlete Scholarships
Long Island's First and Only Baby-Friendly Hospital
Celebration of the Theresa M. Santmann Biomedical Research Laboratory Signals Final Stage of the Opening of the Research and Academic Center
A Bite of Hope for Pediatric Diabetes Patients
The Starlight Foundation Delivers Tablets to Pediatric Inpatient Center
NYU Winthrop Partners With Local Boy Scout to Provide Vital Resource to the Mineola Community
Once Again, NYU Winthrop Earns Designation As NAEC Level 4 Epilepsy Center
Ninth Annual Black & White Ball Raises More Than $300,000 for NYU Winthrop's CCFK
Spirit of Children Brings the Spirit of Philanthropy to Cancer Center for Kids
A Lap Goes a Long Way for Child Life at NYU Winthrop
Verizon Foundation Helps Give Patients and Their Families Peace of Mind
Local Kiwanis Club Shows Continued Support
The Book Fairies Make a Special Delivery
A Cause to Celebrate Raises Nearly $120,000 for NYU Winthrop's Child Life Program
An Evening in Tuscany - Gala Raises Over $950,000 for NYU Winthrop
30th Anniversary Golf Tournament Raises $650,000 for NYU Winthrop's Research Programs
Ask the Expert - Women's Health: Bladder and Pelvic Floor Disorders
Glen Oaks Country Club Shows Continued Support for NYU Winthrop
Senator Jack M. Martins Delivers Toys to Young Patients
New York Islanders Bring Cheer to Young Patients
An Early Mother's Day at NYU Winthrop
The Irish American Golf Club Makes Donation in Honor of Former Captain
Yuletide Ball Raises Over $216,000 for Child Life Program
 

Sports Medicine Program Gives Back to the Community with Student Athlete Scholarships













Congratulations to NYU Winthrop's Sports Medicine Student Athlete Scholarship Recipients! Missing from photos Binita Shah.

For the past three years, NYU Winthrop Hospital ’s Sports Medicine Program has provided athletic trainers for local high school teams, building relationships and helping to prevent and heal injury among students in the process. Recently, adminis- trators of the program found a new way to give back by creating a scholar-athlete scholarship for exceptional students with an interest in the field of healthcare.

“Throughout the partnership, we have met many of the hard working, dedicated athletes and wanted to honor their achieve- ments with a scholarship opportunity,” said Stephen Wirth, PT, Administrative Director of Sports Medicine at NYU Winthrop.

Senior students from the partnering high schools who were applying to a college program in healthcare or a related field and had a GPA of 3.0 or higher were eligible. As part of the application process, students were asked to submit an essay supporting why they should be selected and explaining how athletics has been a part of their goals for future contributions in healthcare. All applications were reviewed by the NYU Winthrop Sports Medicine Committee. One student from each of the partnering high schools was then selected to receive a $500 scholarship.

The winners are as follows: Binita Shah, a Tennis, Bowling and Badminton athlete from WT Clarke High School who will be attending Barnard College this fall majoring in Oncology; Paul Chavez, a Football, Track and Field, and Wrestling athlete from East Meadow High School who plans to major in Physical Therapy; Bridget Bingham, a Field Hockey and Lacrosse athlete from Garden City High School who plans to attend Georgetown University this fall majoring in Biology; Jacquelyn McCreory, a Soccer and Lacrosse athlete from Division Avenue High School in Levittown who will be attending Adelphi University majoring in Nursing; Greg Baumstein, a Soccer and Basketball athlete from MacArthur High School in Levittown attending the University of Rhode Island this fall majoring in Physical Therapy; Madalyn Fernbach, a Soccer athlete from Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School attending Stonehill College this fall majoring in Neuroscience and Biology Pre-Med; and Sarah Buckley, a Softball athlete from South Side High School in Rockville Centre attending Simmons College this fall majoring in Physical Therapy.

“We congratulate all the scholarship recipients and are looking forward to next year’s applications,” said Mr. Wirth.

In addition to the scholarship, NYU Winthrop’s Sports Medicine Program also provides seminars and other educational opportunities to the communities for students, parents and coaches, such as how to prevent injury and how to protect children from long-term disability.

“We’re excited to be involved in these schools and giving back,” said Mr. Wirth.

To learn more about the athletic training program and future scholarship opportuni- ties, please call NYU Winthrop Sports Medicine at (516) 663-1054.