Briana Galiardo, RDN, CDN, Director of Nutrition at New York Cancer & Blood Specialists, discusses the integral role nutritionists play on the wellness team at the facility.
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.
Here are some things you might want to do before saying goodbye to 2018.
With the addition of heart and liver transplant capabilities to an existing kidney transplant program, Northwell Health is looking to develop an institutional culture that fosters innovations in the selection, procurement and transport of donor organs, and maintains stellar outcomes for patients on Long Island and beyond.
Charles Mikell, MD, a neurosurgeon specializing in movement disorders and Co-director of the Stony Brook Movement Disorders Center, along with his colleagues, relies heavily on minimally invasive treatments for managing disorders and diseases of the brain.
Screening, treatment and clinical research opportunities come together in a holistic approach to patient care for people on Long Island and around the world.
Frank Bonura, MD, FACOG, NCMP, CCD, Director of Menopausal Health and Director of the Osteoporosis Program at Siena Women’s Health, discusses the unique solutions available to women in Suffolk County.
Your outlook may influence your financial outcome.
With the addition of primary care to the behavioral health practice at Hempstead, South Nassau’s behavioral health program has expanded to provide synergistic care that addresses mental and physical health concerns in a compassionate, multidisciplinary fashion.
This early financial decision could prove profoundly positive over time.
John A. Grant, MD, FACS, BCh, MB, neurosurgeon and Director of Pediatric Brain Tumors with the Long Island Brain Tumor Center at Neurological Surgery, P.C., offers reassurance for families with children who have brain tumors or malformations.