Jets Women's Organization & Project Sunshine Spread Cheer in Winthrop's Pediatric Center

Vol. 14, No. 4
Winter 2005

  • Winthrop Ranked Among Top 5% in Nation For Overall Clinical Excellence -- Two Years in a Row!

  • Winthrop Gets Highest Marks from Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

  • Cardiac Services Score High in NY State Department of Health Reports

  • Pulmonary Hypertension Program Helps Patients Breathe Easier, Live Healthier

  • Winthrop Neurosurgeon Performs "Bloodless" Spine Surgery

  • Horticultural Program Branches Off Child Life Program

  • Popular Teen Diabetes Group Focuses on Fun

  • Weight Control Program Fosters Family Involvement, Healthy Choices

  • Chronic Lung Disease Patients Breathe Easier Thanks to WEB

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Center Emphasizes Importance of Early Diagnosis & Treatment

  • Stroke Peer Visitor Program Keeps Smiles Going

  • Winthrop's Breast Imaging & Diagnostic Center: Accessible to Patients, Timely Reports for Physicians


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  • Jets Women's Organization & Project Sunshine Spread Cheer in Winthrop's Pediatric Center

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  • Several members of the Jets Women's Organization (JWO) helped Project Sunshine deliver holiday fun to the children in Winthrop's Pediatric Inpatient Center in early December. They distributed arts and craft supplies, and to the children's delight, also handed out Jets T-shirts and other goodies.

    "The Jets Women's Organization was honored by the opportunity to come in and interact with the children," said Jesse Linder, Manager of Community Relations, New York Jets.

    "Having organizations like the JWO come out into the community, and having wonderful facilities like those at Winthrop makes it possible for Project Sunshine to fulfill its mission of helping children and families with medical challenges," said Amy Saperstein, founder of Project Sunshine.

    JWO members (top) brought smiles to Winthrop's Child Life Activity Room (bottom).

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