Teens Donate Toys to Young Patients


Teens Donate Toys to Young Patients

Vol. 14, No. 3
Fall 2004

  • Toddler Beats Rare Cancer

  • Winthrop Awarded Top National Ratings for Excellence in Obstetrics

  • Winthrop at Front Lines of Cardiac Laser Surgery

  • Garden City Resident Named Auxilian of the Year

  • Internationally Known Neurosurgeon Affiliated with Winthrop

  • NY Jets' Kevin Mawae Helps Benefit Pediatric Patients

  • Teens Donate Toys to Young Patients

  • 2004 Gala Benefit Crackles with Excitement

  • Gala Honorees

  • Space-Age Laser Therapy at Winthrop Brings New Hope to Glaucoma Patients

  • Quick Diagnosis Saves Nurse's First Child

  • Clinical Trials Center Provides Community Access to New Therapies

  • Winthrop's Orthopaedic Surgeons Among Few on L.I. to Perform Minimally Invasive Total Knee Replacement

  • Willing to Give?

  • Winthrop's Sports Medicine Program Adds Psychological Element to Enhance Treatment

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  • Children in Winthrop-University Hospital's Pediatric Inpatient Center enjoyed Christmas in August. Members of the Teens for Tots Teen Angel Program, from Roosevelt, Uniondale and Hempstead, worked hard to raise funds and donated $10,000 worth of electronics items and toys -- including Play Stations, Game Boy Advances and a Hewlett Packard computer -- to the Hospital for the youngsters' enjoyment. Pictured in the Child Life Activity Room, the good Samaritans include: Back (l) John Batkiewicz, Jr., the program's originator, and Ann Marie DiFrancesca, front (r), Director of the Child Life Program, as well as back (r) Nicole Adams, Child Life Assistant..ife Assistant..well as back (r) Nicole Adams, Child Life Assistant.

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