Vol. 10, No. 4
Winthrop Ranked #1 in Metropolitan Region for Open-Heart Surgery
Telemetry Monitoring Units Safeguard Cardiac Patients
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Certified
Uterine Artery Embolization:
A Non-Surgical Approach to Fibroid Tumors
Osteoporosis Studies Recruit Women
Senator Balboni Sponsors Grant for Neonatal Transport System
Re-Opening of Expanded Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit
Respiratory Syncytial Virus Trials Focus on Children
Combating Tickborne Infectious Diseases
Warding off the Flu
Arabian Nights Gala Benefits Hospital
Changes to Winthrop’s Board of Directors
New Members Elected to Winthrop’s Board of Directors
Winthrop Directors Cut Ribbon at New Hospital Entrance
Senior Volunteer Awards
In appreciation of our devoted volunteers
New Name For The Long Island Poison Control Center
Winthrop Hosts Child Health Plus
VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY FOR KIDS
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ichard A. Newhouse, Jr., President
and owner of the Newhouse Group, composed of four Long Island and Massachusetts companies, has been elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of Winthrop-University Hospital. Mr. Newhouse has served several terms as the Board’s Vice Chairman
and Chairman of the Building and Grounds Committee. He has been a Winthrop Director since l986, and served on numerous Board Committees.
Richard A. Newhouse, Jr. has been elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of Winthrop-University Hospital.
Mr. Newhouse’s four corporations include R.A. Newhouse, Inc., a Mineola-based
manufacturer of church vestments, marketed under the name of Abbott Hall; Newhouse Sales Association, which represents the Abbott Hall products; Sudbury Brass Goods Co., a
manufacturer of church metalware, and Quality Metal Finishing, a metal finishing company,
the latter two located in Massachusetts.
Mr. Newhouse is a graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and earned a Masters degree in Business Administration at the Arthur T. Roth School of Business of the C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University. He has served on the Hope College Alumni Board, was
secretary of the Mineola Kiwanis Club, and
is a past member of the Executive Board of
the Christian Booksellers Association.
Active in the Westbury United Methodist Church, Mr. Newhouse has been the Church’s Stewardship Chairman for 22 years, and has headed Pastor Parish Relations for 10 years. A Westbury resident, Mr. Newhouse resides with his wife, Tracy, and son, Andrew.
ames F. Campbell, retired Vice Chairman of the Manhattan Savings Bank, has been
elected to Winthrop’s Board of Directors. Mr. Campbell has a background of more than 35 years in banking and finance. A graduate of the State University of New York at Farmingdale, and the Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management at Harvard University, Mr. Campbell completed studies in finance and real estate at New York University
and the American Institute of Banking.
James F. Campbell
Mr. Campbell began his career in l958 with the Meadow Brook National Bank (now the National Bank of North America), and moved up through the ranks to become Vice President. In l972, he was named Chief Lending Officer with Security Mortgage Investors, a real estate investment trust. He joined the Manhattan Savings Bank in l974 as Vice President and Senior Mortgage Officer, and held progressively responsible positions. When Manhattan merged with Williamsburg Savings Bank, a subsidiary of Republic New York Corporation, Mr. Campbell was appointed Vice Chairman of the Board and Director, positions he held through his retirement in l990.
Mr. Campbell has been a Director of the Lincoln Savings Bank, which was acquired by
the Anchor Savings Bank in l994.
The many professional organizations to which he is advisor and member include the Real Estate Board of New York, the Advisory Council for New York University’s Mortgage Institute, The Mortgage Bankers Association, and the Economic Club of New York.
In May, l989, Mr. Campbell was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Molloy College, Rockville Center, where he is Chairman Emeritus and a Trustee. A Trustee of the Garden City Historical Society, he and his wife, Arlene, are a Knight and Lady of the Holy Sepulcher. The Campbells are Garden City residents. They have three adult children and three grandchildren.