Health in Glen Head, NY

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A 37-year-old Hempstead mother who suffered a stroke is reunited with the Catholic Health Services medical teams who saved her life through a neurointerventi...

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Full day symposium to bring together manufacturers from Long Island and introduce them to the various resources that exist through NYSTAR and across New York State. Breakout session topics include: Manufacturing Extension Partnerships (MEPs), the Centers for Advanced Technology (CATs), the Centers of Excellence (COEs), state and federal funding programs, and workforce development…

Roslyn, NY- November 20, 2018- Diana Parson and her family have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. The 37-year-old Hempstead mother suffered a stroke just six weeks after giving birth to her youngest son Damar. She unknowingly tore her carotid artery during the strain of childbirth. It triggered a potentially deadly blood clot. But thanks to quick thinking medical

Roslyn, NY- November 8, 2018- For the twelfth time, St. Francis Hospital has received an ‘A’ in a national safety score that rates hospitals on the quality of their care. The letter-based rating system was devised by the Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit organization that ranks hospitals nationwide. St. Francis was one of just three hospitals on Long Island and the only one in