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CornerStone Vol. 22, No. 2, Summer 2012
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A Legacy Lives on to Help Others
Winthrop Names Three New Members to Board of Directors
Winthrop Offers Heart Valve Replacement with No Open Surgery
Winthrop: The First Hospital on Long Island to Offer Expectant Parents New Blood Test
Winthrop’s Orthopaedic Surgeons: Helping Patients Live their Fullest Life
Winthrop Designated a NAEC Level 4 Epilepsy Center
Winthrop Named Health Care's Most Wired Winner 2012
Winthrop’s Neuroscience Special Care Unit Celebrates Milestone Anniversary
Ask the Doctor: Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery Additional videos
The World’s Smallest Microscope is at Winthrop
27th Annual Golf Tournament Raises $512,000 for Winthrop’s Research Institute
A Cause to Celebrate... Child Life
An Evening of Reflection
Sixth Annual Black & White Ball Raises Nearly $275,000 for Winthrop’s Cancer Center for Kids
Winthrop’s “Top Doctors”
Astoria Federal Savings Shows Support for Winthrop’s Child Life Program
A Life-Long Dream Fulfilled
Friends of Winthrop Donate Special Goodies to Pediatric Patients
Once Again, The Children’s Medical Center at Winthrop Earns High Rankings
Golfing ‘Fore’ the Kids
Passion & Purpose: The Foundation for Winthrop’s Annual Swim-a-thon
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano’s 2012 “Welcome Back Warriors”
 

Astoria Federal Savings Shows Support for Winthrop’s Child Life Program

astoria federal savings bank donationPictured during the check presentation in the Child Life Playroom in Winthrop’s Hagedorn Pediatric Inpatient Center is Astoria Federal Savings’ Garden City Branch Manager Patricia Donnelly (second from right) with (l.-r.) Warren Rosenfeld, MD, Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Winthrop; Nicole Almeida, MS, CCLS, Director of the Child Life Program at Winthrop; patient Sean-Michael Smith; and Lynn Drucker, Director of Development at Winthrop.

Hospitalization can be a very frightening experience for a child of any age. That’s where Winthrop’s Child Life Program can make all the difference. Thanks to a $5,000 grant from Astoria Federal Savings, children at Winthrop, from toddlers to teens, can continue to benefit from this remarkable program that promotes effective coping through play, preparation, education and self-expression activities.

“Since 2005, Astoria Federal Savings has been a champion for Winthrop, supporting various Hospital programs and services throughout our institution,” said Lynn Drucker, Director of Development at Winthrop. “We are most appreciative of their recent grant to support our Child Life Program, which impacts the lives of countless pediatric patients each year.”