Dr. Stuart Kessler, Director of the Emergency Department, provides helpful tips on how to keep cool and what to avoid during a heat advisory.
The March of Dimes organization brings its widely successful "Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait" campaign to Elmhurst Hospital Center in an effort to raise awareness and reduce the rate for mothers at high-risk for premature births with specialized services. [Link no longer available]
Elmhurst Hospital Center receives $150,000 grant from the March of Dimes organization for their "Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait" campaign, which is aimed at providing expanded services to expecting mothers in an effort to reduce premature births.
Claire Patterson, Senior Associate Executive Director of QHN, was honored by the Action Performance Commitment Community Services Inc. (APCCS) in the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Ball Room. The event celebrated Caribbean American Heritage Month and honored three Caribbean-born who are dedicated and continue to serving the community.
Three of EHC's doctors made the list for the top 15 doctors in Queens for providing "state-of-the-art medical care" in the borough; Dr. Joseph Masci, Director of the Department of Medicine, Dr. Concepcion Songco, Associate Medical Director of Pediatric Ambulatory Care, and Dr. Marlon Brewer, Chief Medical Primary Care Clinic, Associate Director of Ambulatory Care. This recognition comes from their longstanding commitment to providing top quality care to all patients and the community.
Dr. Tina Cheng, Pediatric Endocrinologist, talks about the added benefits and healthier food options to having a Farmers Market available to the community at Elmhurst Hospital Center.
Dr. Renee Spiegel, EHC's Director of Surgery, was honored by the Queens Courier newspaper at their "Top Women in Business" awards ceremony at Terrace on the Park. The annual event puts the spotlight on women who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields.
Dr. Marlon Brewer, Chief Medical Primary Care Clinic, Associate Director of Ambulatory Care, talks about the importance of Breast Cancer screening during the Healthy Living for Women event at Elmhurst Hospital Center.
Elmhurst Hospital Center is identified for being able to provide interpreters for more than 150 languages, serving one of the most diverse communities in Queens.