Tag: Northwell Health
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States — a fact that health professionals say should not be overlooked in the pandemic.
Long Island’s initial allocation of Covid-19 vaccines has increased to about 69,600 doses, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said today, after the U.S. Food And Drug Administration’s advisory committee recommended emergency approval of the Moderna vaccine last night.
Northwell Health, New York’s largest healthcare system, will lead the initiative to vaccinate New Yorkers for Covid-19 in phase two, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced in his press briefing today.
Covid-19 vaccinations have officially begun in New York. An employee at Northwell Health’s Long Island Jewish Medical Center gave Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine to the first New Yorkers to receive the vaccine this morning.
With COVID cases spiking and shutdowns coming back to New York, hear directly from Michael Dowling, CEO of Northwell.
Northwell Health — New York’s largest healthcare provider and private employer — announced a 10-year funding sponsorship deal with the New York Islanders and their new home, UBS Arena, which will open for the 2021-22 NHL season.
When Dr. Tara Narula isn’t practicing medicine at Northwell Health, she’ll be appearing on TV as CBS News’ senior medical correspondent.
In a move that will further expand healthcare on Long Island’s East End, the Peconic Bay Medical Center has acquired the building and campus of a shuttered Catholic high school in Riverhead.
Northwell Health is urging others in the healthcare industry to follow the healthcare group’s lead in treating gun violence as a health issue.
Northwell Health announced this week the creation of a Center for Gun Violence Prevention to help shape the role that the health system and others like it can play in advancing safety, education, prevention, and research.