Vol. 9, No. 2
August, 1999

  • Winthrop Opens Filmless Diagnostic Imaging Center

  • Winthrop Complies with Mammogram Quality Standards Act

  • New Device Revolutionizes Treatment of Cardiac Arrhythmias

  • Long Island's First Electric Mechanical Heart Recipient

  • Women's Resource Center Helps Women Navigate the Healthcare Maze

  • American Cancer Society Recognition

  • New Logo Heralds New Era at Winthrop

  • People with Diabetes Learn to Master Buffets

  • Four New Winthrop Board Members Strengthen Leadership

  • Winthrop's Junior Volunteer Program Awards Scholarships to Deserving Students

  • Students Stock the Shelves of the Child Life Program

  • Pharmacy Robot: A First on Long Island

  • A Warning from the Long Island Poison Control Center at Winthrop

  • Asthma and Allergy Family Fair Presented by the Winthrop Asthma Center

  • More than 500 Celebrate Life at Winthrop's Cancer Survivors' Day

  • 75th Annual Meeting of Winthrop's Auxiliary

  • Golfers Show They're "Fore" Winthrop at 1999 Golf Tournament

  • For Long Island Children who don't have Health Insurance

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  • ainthrop's Auxiliary, which sponsors the Junior Volunteer program, held its annual Awards Day Ceremony on April 25, l999, which included the presentation of scholarships to deserving students. Speakers at the Program included Judy Soba, the Auxiliary's immediate Past President, whose term concluded in May, l999; Carmela Anglim, Director of Volunteers; Ephraim K. Zackson, MD, Voluntary Attending, Family Medicine; and Dora Roberts, MA, BSN, RN, Nurse Educator.

    Scholarships were awarded to deserving Junior Volunteers who plan to pursue health-related careers by Ms. Soba; Mrs. Frances Sweeney, the newly-elected Auxiliary President; Mrs. DeGroot; Mrs. Helen Ehmann; and Mrs. Theodora Lourekas, President, The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Sweeney.

    L-R: Barbara DeGroot, Chairperson, Junior Volunteer Program; Helen Ehmann, Chairperson, Scholarship Committee; John Patrick Janowski and Thomas Portuese, recipients of the Auxiliary Health Career Scholarships; Judy Soba, immediate Past President of the Auxiliary; Amanda Sammut and Barry Bassaw, who also received the Auxiliary's Scholarships; and Carmela Anglim, Director of Volunteers.

    Auxiliary Health Career Scholarships - $2,500 each awarded to:
    Amanda Sammut
    Thomas Portuese
    Barry Bassaw

    Health Career Scholarship of the Woman's Club of Garden City, Inc. -
    $1,000 awarded to Matthew John Reynolds

    The Frances C. Healy Memorial Gold Medal Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Healy - awarded to Meredith Wong

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