Michael Weber, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, describes electrophysiology’s role in treating arrhythmias and how St. Catherine takes a personalized, holistic approach to patient care.
Since being verified in 2018 by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) as a Level III trauma center, Long Island Community Hospital has been able to offer expanded lifesaving emergency care. The new trauma designation, combined with the addition of an on-site vascular medicine program, means more emergency patients than ever will be able to receive their care entirely at Long Island Community Hospital.
Relying on the expertise of its many subspecialists, Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group is building out its urgent care and sports medicine programs and creating a new Hand Center to better serve patients.
In stroke care, the most precious resource is time. That is why NewYork-Presbyterian Queens takes the neurological expertise and services needed to diagnose and treat stroke out of the emergency department and into every corner of the borough using an innovative mobile treatment unit that drastically accelerates the delivery of life-saving therapies.
Obesity is a chronic progressive disease that affects almost 40 percent of American adults. Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center offers safe and effective surgical options for patients who don’t want to be a statistic.