AT&T Employees Tee Off to Help Children at Winthrop's Cancer Center for Kids

Vol. 12, No. 1
March, 2002

  • Winthrop-University Hospital Comes Out on Top of Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organization's 2001 Survey

  • Winthrop's Todd J. Cohen, MD Implants Hospital's First Patient with New Device to Treat Congestive Heart Failure

  • Winthrop-University Hospital First on L.I. to Perform Cardiac Surgery Without Stitches

  • Winthrop-University Hospital's New PET Imaging Center Opens, Offers Greater Hope to Cancer Patients

  • Winthrop-University Hospital First on Long Island to Use New Fetal Oxygen Sensor During Labor and Delivery

  • Winthrop's New Breast Imaging & Diagnostic Suite - "One Stop Shop" for Women

  • Promising New Treatments on Horizon for Parkinson's Disease

  • Winthrop-University Hospital is First in New York Metro Area to Pioneer New Communication System for Hearing-Impaired Patients

  • Winthrop Pediatricians Turn Literary for Kids

  • "Nursing Home Without Walls" Gives Elderly and Disabled Independence in Their Own Home

  • "Balloon" Technique Helps Mend Spine Fractures, Relieves Pain in Patients with Osteoporosis

  • Long Island Poison & Drug Information Center at Winthrop Stresses Prevention to Avoid Accidental Poisonings

  • Winthrop Awarded $1.1 Million Grant from New York State

  • AT&T Employees Tee Off to Help Children at Winthrop's Cancer Center for Kids

  • Citibank Gives Hope to Children at Winthrop-University Hospital's Cancer Center For Kids in Form of a $10,000 Donation

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  • AT&T Local Network Services Employees for Charity teed off at a recent AT&T-sponsored golf outing to benefit Winthrop-University Hospital's Cancer Center for Kids. Employees from Long Island, West-chester and New Jersey banded together to raise $10,000 to help in the care of the 30 to 40 kids, from infant to adolescents, who are treated for various types of cancer everyday at the Cancer Center for Kids.

    William T. Bookless, AT&T Local Network Services' New York Operations Manager (right), presented a check for $10,000 on behalf of AT&T Local Network Services Employees for Charity to Mark Weinblatt, MD (center), Chief, Pediatric Oncology /Hematology and Director of the Pediatric Cancer Program at Winthrop and John P. Broder, Vice President, External Affairs and Development at Winthrop (left). While it may look like Shea Stadium, the check presentation actually took place in one of the many children-friendly treatment rooms in the Nina Jillian Rosenblatt Ambulatory Suite at Winthrop's Cancer Center for Kids.

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