Vol. 9, No. 2
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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uffers and experts alike joined together at Winthrop's 1999 Golf Tournament, held on May 10 at the Meadow Brook and Creek Clubs. The event, chaired by Raymond J. Furey of Furey, Kerly, Walsh, Matera & Cinquemani, PC, raised nearly a quarter of a million dollars in gross revenue. Proceeds will be applied to the Winthrop Auxiliary's pledge of $800,000 to support the Hospital's Chaplaincy Endowment Program.
Celebrating a successful tournament were (standing, L and R) Winthrop Auxiliary Historian Barbara Seale and Paul Seale, President and CEO, New Island Hospital; (seated, L and R) Auxiliary Parliamentarian, Peg Musil, and Auxiliary President Fran Sweeney.
What could be better than a day on the fairway? Harry Starvo, Reckson Associates, and Andrew Campelli, Waste Management, Inc., thoroughly enjoyed the day.
"This event grows larger and more successful with each passing year," said Auxiliary President Mrs. Francis X. Sweeney, Garden City. "We were thrilled with the enthusiastic response we had from golfers, Auxilians, and volunteers."
Following a relaxing day on the greens, participants enjoyed a reception, dinner, and awards ceremony. Many became the proud owners of unique golf memorabilia featured at a silent auction, while others took home exciting raffle prizes.
Daniel P. Walsh, President and CEO of Winthrop (L) and 1999 Golf Tournament Chairman Raymond J. Furey (R) thanked Gerald Haas, Ernst & Young (second from left) and Garden City resident Jane Hutter for their support.