April, 1999

  • Daniel P. Walsh Named President and Chief Executive Officer of Winthrop-University Hospital

  • Winthrop Receives "Accreditation with Commendation" from the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

  • Osteoporosis Study Underway: Participants Sought

  • Urogynecology: Female Incontinence is a Quality of Life Issue

  • New Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedics is Appointed

  • For Long Islanders Whose Children Don't Have Health Insurance

  • April Courses at Winthrop-University Hospital's Community Training Center

  • Nassau County's First ApligrafTM Skin Graft is Performed at Winthrop

  • Winthrop's Dr. Ibrahim Implants the "Reveal" Device

  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at Winthrop: Dedicated to an Improved Quality of Life for Patients

  • Research: A Critical Element in Winthrop's Approach to Care for the Pulmonary Patient

  • New Medication for Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Asthma Study - Phase IV Trial of the Serevent "Diskus"®

  • Pediatric Pulmonary Specialists at Winthrop Focus on Patients' Individual Needs ...Including Education of Parents and Caregivers

  • Winthrop's Sleep Disorders Center... The Only Accredited Sleep Disorders Facility in Nassau County

  • Skin Cancer - A Year Round Concern

  • Women's Cancer Specialist Joins Winthrop's Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology as Director of Gynecologic Oncology


  • Looking for someone who understands a woman's special needs?

  • The 14th Annual Winthrop-University Hospital Golf Tournament

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  • Do you want to help prevent osteoporosis in older Black women? Do you have a mother, wife, grandmother, sister, aunt, or friend who wants to help?

  • Black women in good health, ages 50-75, now in menopause, are invited to participate in Winthrop's three-year investigation of the prevention of osteoporosis, sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH): "Osteopenia in Black Women: Prevention of Bone Loss with Vitamin D Supplementation."

  • The goal is to improve bone density and prevent fractures, through Vitamin D supplementation.

  • ABSOLUTELY NO PHARMACEUTICALS ARE INVOLVED. Participants receive safe levels of Vitamin D and receive a physical examination at six month intervals. Bone density scans are included.

  • All physical examinations and Vitamin D supplementation are free.

  • John Aloia, MD, Winthrop's Chairman of Medicine/Chief, Division of Endocrinology, is the Principal Investigator.

    For further information, please call Jane Moore, RN, Nurse Coordinator, at 516-663-2888.

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