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CornerStone Vol. 27, No. 1, Summer/Fall 2017
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There’s a New Healthcare Force on Long Island
New Board Members Appointed
New Center Offers State-of-the-art Treatments for Varicose Veins
One Patient’s Vow to Live Healthfully
A Tradition of Giving: Local Family Gives back to Emergency Department, Once Again
National Recognition Once Again for The Children's Medical Center
NYU Winthrop Earns HBOT Accreditation with Distinction
Forbes Names NYU Winthrop One of "America's Best Employers" for 2017
Gold Standard for Inpatient Diabetes Care
More "Bests" for NYU Winthrop, CEO
Unique Regenerative Medicine Technique Provides Relief to 9/11 First Responder
Cancer Survivors Day
The Need for Philanthropy By E. Ramone Segree, Vice President, Development at NYU Winthrop Hospital
Inaugural President’s Circle Reception
32nd Annual Golf Tournament Raises over $560,000 for ED Expansion and Renovations
A Lifetime of Service: Board of Directors Honors Veronica B. Renken
Local Foundation Gives Back to Pediatric Patients
Grand Opening of NYU Winthrop Primary Care Clinic
Unique "Stop the Bleed" Course Offers Lifesaving Techniques
Beautiful New Artwork Lifts Children’s Spirits, Thanks to Generous Grant from the Encourage Kids Foundation
A Memorable Yuletide Ball
Love is in the Air
Milestone "Cause" Raises $110,000 for Child Life Program
Cancer Center for Kids Celebrates Hope and Healing
Stella's Superheroes Unite to Benefit Cancer Center for Kids
A Most Generous Gift Lifts Spirits, Once Again
The Ride to Fight Kid's Cancer
Gregg's Wings Foundation Honors a Little Life in a Big Way
NYU Winthrop Named a Preferred Medical Partner of the New York State Troopers PBA
 

NYU Winthrop Named a Preferred Medical Partner of the New York State Troopers PBA

NYU Winthrop Hospital has been named a Preferred Medical Partner of the New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association (PBA). From routine healthcare screenings to complex medical diagnoses, the goal of the partnership is to positively impact this cadre of first responders and community servants who, if faced with a medical issue, can get the first-rate care they need in order to return to the work force in a timely fashion.

Through the partnership, a State Trooper Surgeons’ Executive Care Nurse assesses the medical needs of PBA members and then works to connect them with the appropriate specialists for care. To commemorate the partnership, members of the New York State Troopers PBA and State Trooper Surgeons group recently visited the Hospital, where they presented Senior leadership and physicians involved in the collaboration with a special plaque.

NYU Winthrop Named a Preferred Medical Partner of the New York State Troopers PBA(l-r) Robert Enright, Senior Physician Liaison at NYU Winthrop; Sara Dzembo, LPN, State Trooper Surgeons Executive Care Nurse; Kristina Betancourt, RN, Administrative Director, Market Development, NYU Winthrop; Peter Nunziata, Troop L Delegate; Collin E.M. Brathwaite, Chairman of Surgery, NYU Winthrop; Frank Bandiero, Troop L Public Information Officer; Fahd Ali, MD, Attending Surgeon, NYU Winthrop; Michael C. Brooks, Director, State Trooper Surgeons; John F. Collins, President and CEO of NYU Winthrop; Barry Rosenthal, MD, Chairman of Emergency Medicine and Joseph Greco, MD, Chief Medical Officer at NYU Winthrop.

"NYU Winthrop is committed to serving the healthcare needs of all community members, and it is a privilege to be considered a preferred medical resource for those who put their lives on the line every day to provide a vital public service," said John F. Collins, President and CEO of NYU Winthrop.

"As one of the select few American College of Surgeons'(ACS) Level 1 Trauma Centers in the area, NYU Winthrop is committed to providing the highest quality of medical care to members of law enforcement, both active and retired, and their families," added Fahd Ali, MD, Attending Surgeon at NYU Winthrop.

Providing unparalleled healthcare to individuals who selflessly serve the community has long been a priority for NYU Winthrop. For example, through the Hospital's Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, many World Trade Center (WTC) first responders, who are referred to the Hospital by Stony Brook University's WTC Health Program, receive specialist services at NYU Winthrop to address the host of medical conditions that often result from exposure to the toxic dust at Ground Zero.

"Our goal is to continually provide the best medical outcomes for all men, women and children, and especially to those who have scarified their own well being for the safety of others," added Mr. Collins.