Winthrop-South Nassau University Health System Joins New York's Largest Healthcare System

Vol. 13, No. 2
July, 2003

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  • Winthrop-University Hospital Helps Seniors Sort Out Mysteries of Medication

  • Winthrop-University Hospital Orthopaedic Surgeon Performs New, Small Incision Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Procedure

  • Winthrop-University Hospital's 2nd Hispanic Health Fair Successfully Reaches Out to Hundreds in Community

  • Winthrop-South Nassau University Health System Joins New York's Largest Healthcare System

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  • Pn a move that is expected to lead to the expansion of cardiac, oncology, pediatric and surgical services and other clinical programs for residents of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Winthrop-South Nassau University Health System has become a member of the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System.

    Winthrop-South Nassau University Health System includes two premier acute-care hospitals on Long Island - Winthrop-University Hospital and South Nassau Communities Hospital. The System was formed in 1996 and has fostered a cohesive communication between the institutions to consistently improve patient access and continuity of care.

    "Winthrop's prominence in this community in cardiac, cancer, children's and surgical services makes this collaboration with the New York Presbyterian Healthcare System a unique opportunity for escalated growth of these programs for the healthcare benefit of all Long Islanders," said Daniel P. Walsh, President & CEO of Winthrop.

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