Winthrop Puts Golfers in The Swing of Things


Vol. 13, No. 2
July, 2003

  • The Winthrop Legacy: People That Made a Difference in Our Community

  • Winthrop-University Hospital Cardiac Team One of First on L.I. to Use Drug-Coated Stent During Surgery

  • Winthrop-University Hospital Announces Anti-Slime Compound Could Be Used on Space Station

  • Winthrop-University Hospital Physicians Perform Groundbreaking New Procedure to Decrease Recurrance of Coronary Artery Blockages

  • Winthrop Puts Golfers in The Swing of Things

  • Garden City High School Seniors 'Pay it Forward' for Patients at Winthrop-University Hospital

  • Winthrop's Pediatric Task Force Leads Fundraising Initiative for New Pediatric Inpatient Center

  • 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

  • Golden Goose Gala Visits The Roaring 20s - Save the Date - November 15, 2003!

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  • Charles F. Murphy, (left) 2003 Golf Tournament Chairman, accepts The Chairman's Award from Daniel P. Walsh.

    Winthrop Board members James F. McCann (left) from 1-800-FLOWERS.COM and Charles M. Strain, Esq. from Farrell Fritz, PC.
    Pn May 12th, 300 golfers enjoyed a wonderful afternoon on the links to support Winthrop-University Hospital's 18th Annual Golf Tournament. Participants teed off at either The Creek Club in Locust Valley and The Meadow Brook Club in Jericho, two of the area's most picturesque courses. Charles Murphy, Vice President of Turner Construction Company, chaired the event. The event grossed $329,000 this year, which will benefit Winthrop's cardiac services.

    For more information on Winthrop's Golf Tournament, call the Development Office at 516-663-3398.

    Daniel P. Walsh, (left), Winthrop President & CEO pays tribute to the leaders of Winthrop's cardiac team which includes: Todd J. Cohen, MD, Director of Electrophysiology, Division of Cardiology, Kevin P. Marzo, MD, Chief, Division of Cardiology and Scott L. Schubach, MD, Chairman, Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.

    Third and fourth grade students from Glen Cove's Landing School recently presented a $300 check to Winthrop-University Hospital. The students raised the money by selling Valentine's Day heart balloons, which they put together and delivered around the school.
    The participants of the special check donation included: Back Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Denise Pawlowski (4th Grade teacher), Mr. John P. Broder (Vice President-External Affairs & Development at Winthrop), Chris Mellilo, Ashley Conklin, Olivia Poglianich-Soria, JD Hurt, Evelyn Montoya, Alison Baade, Owen Valance, Dr. Michael Israel (Principal, Landing School), and Mrs. Maria DePace (3rd Grade teacher). Middle Row, Left to Right: Nicholas Olson, Nicholas Manzione, Michael Toldo, Silvana Morra, Austin Bresky, and Antonella Coscorelli. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Emily Durso, Meghan O'Connell, and Carly Baron.



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