Mount Sinai Health System And South Nassau Communities Hospital Partnership

South Nassau Communities Hospital officially became Long Island’s flagship hospital of the Mount Sinai Health Care System in a move to provide broader access to advanced care and innovative clinical trials.

Mount Sinai Hospital, a world-class institution with a leading medical school based in New York City, and South Nassau Communities Hospital, a nonprofit medical center and teaching hospital in Oceanside, announced their partnership on December 4.

-By Joan MacNaughton. Photos by Matthew Kropp

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Hospital officials with signed merger.
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Left to right: Dr. Adhi Sharma, executive vice president and chief medical officer of South Nassau Communities Hospital, Dr. Arthur Klein, president of The Mount Sinai Health Network, Dr. Kenneth L. Davis, President/CEO of The Mount Sinai Medical Center, Joseph Fennessy, Chairman of the Board of South Nassau, and Richard Murphy, CEO of South Nassau Communities Hospital.
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Hospital officials sign the merger.
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Hempstead Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, Joan MacNaughton of Long Island Press, Richard Murphy, and Rockville Centre Mayor Fran Murray.
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Nancy Koopersmith, Joan MacNaughton, South Nassau Board Member Anthony Ponte and his wife, Wendy Ponte.
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South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside.
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The merger was celebrated with a cake.
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South Nassau Communities Hospital touts a number of awards.

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