Vol. 18, No. 1
The CyberKnife Challenge: Shrinking Hard-to-treat Tumors
Cutting-Edge Procedure Saves Patient with Rare Heart Condition
Winthrop Receives Highest Praise From Prestigious Joint Commission
Long Islanders Breathe Easier
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Support Winthrop
Carleigh McCormack Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Lab Opens at Winthrop
Winthrop & Healthtrax: Partners in Wellness
Winthrop Celebrates and Honors its Volunteers and Auxilians
Yuletide Ball Raises Nearly $170,000 in Support of Pediatric Services
Winthrop Volunteers Wrap Holiday Gifts to Raise Funds for Reach Out and Read Program
Evening of 'Tasting and Giving' Raises $55,000 for Winthrop's CCFK
Astoria Federal Funds Creation of Virtual Resource Center for Diabetes Education
Winthrop's New Serenity Chapel Lights the Way for Peace & Hope
Winthrop to Undergo Facelift
Toshiba Reps Travel from Tokyo to Tour CyberKnife Center
Pat Lyons Foundation Supports Survivors of Childhood Cancers
Citigroup Foundation Supports CCFK
Loads of Toys for Winthrop's Young Patients
NY Islanders Visit Pediatrics
Winthrop Gets the Gold for Excellence in Stroke Care
Winthrop Continues Flu Immunization Program for Seniors
Local Homemakers Create & Donate Surgical Dolls
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Every day, Winthrop-University Hospital and its patients benefit from the selfless dedication of a devoted corp of volunteers and auxilians who give freely of their time and energy for the benefit of others. In recognition of this most valuable gift given by the men and women of the community, Winthrop recently hosted its annual Volunteer Service Awards Luncheon and the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Winthrop-University Hospital Auxiliary and Volunteers.
Volunteers were acknowledged for their dedication to Winthrop-University Hospital at a recent meeting of the Board of Directors. Pictured (l.-r.) are Daniel P. Walsh, President & CEO of Winthrop-University Hospital; Michael Dangelo, "Volunteer of the Year;" Susan Williams-Furey, Past-president of Winthrop Auxiliary's Twigs and "Auxilian of the Year;" Ronnie Renken, President of the Winthrop Auxiliary; Helen Santoro, "Volunteer of the Year;" Louise Mazzaro, who recently celebrated 34,500 hours of volunteer work at the Hospital; and Charles M. Strain, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Winthrop.
Nearly 150 volunteers were recognized for achieving milestones in their hours of service. Among them was Louise Mazzaro of West Hempstead, who recently celebrated an impressive milestone of 34,500 hours of volunteer service at Winthrop. Special recognition was also offered to Winthrop's Volunteers of the Year, Helen Santoro of New Hyde Park and Michael Dangelo of Carle Place, and Susan Williams-Furey of Garden City who was named Auxilian of the Year.
For additional information about volunteer opportunities at Winthrop, please call the Volunteer Office at (516) 663-2391.