NY Islanders Score Big with Young Patients at Winthrop


Vol. 19, No. 1
Winter/Spring 2009

  • The Most Precious Gift of All

  • Winthrop Names John F. Collins President and CEO

  • Relief for Parkinson’s & Other Movement Disorders

  • Winthrop’s Bariatric Surgery Center: Helping Patients Win in the Battle to Lose

  • Winthrop Earns Prestigious Research Accreditation

  • Clinical Trials

  • Advanced Procedure & World-Class Care Provide Back Pain Relief to Patients

  • Yuletide Ball Raises Close to $90,000 in Support of Pediatric Services

  • Winthrop’s International Adoption Program: Connecting Loving Hearts and Healthy Children around the Globe

  • NY Islanders Score Big with Young Patients at Winthrop

  • The Guardian Society – Watching Over Your Future and Winthrop’s

  • Senator Fuschillo “Extends the Holidays” With Loads of Toys for Young Patients at Winthrop

  • Mineola Lions Club Shows Continued Support for Diabetes Education Center

  • Long Island Quilters Society Works of Art on Display at Cancer Center for Kids

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  • 11-1

    Young patients at Winthrop-University Hospital were eager to greet some of their favorite players from the New York Islanders who visited the hospital’s Hagedorn Pediatric Inpatient Center on December 17. New York Islanders center Doug Weight (back row, left), defenseman Mark Streit (back row, center) and center Ben Walter (back row, right) brought smiles to many faces this holiday season as they spent time visiting with patients and their family members, signing autographs, and handing out toys generously donated by the NHL. Following an initial gathering with patients and families in the Child Life Playroom, the players went room to room to give gifts and make special bedside visits to children within Winthrop’s Pediatric Unit.



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