Posts Tagged: In the News

NY Times Features North Shore-LIJ Sepsis Work

A two-part series in The New York Times about sepsis highlights the North Shore-LIJ Health System’s early detection, treatment and research. Today’s article features extensive quotes from Jeremy Boal, MD, the health system’s chief medical officer, and John D’Angelo, MD, North Shore-LIJ’s vice president of emergency medicine. Sepsis is a complication of an infection or… Read more »

In the News: April Week 1

Hospital food usually gets a bad rap, but chefs from 11 North Shore-LIJ Hospitals competed last week in the health system’s first-ever cooking challenge to prove that hospital chefs can serve up gourmet restaurant-quality meals, but without the high fat, calories or sodium. Three celebrity chef judges awarded Forest Hills’ chefs with the top prize… Read more »

In the News: March Week 4

At least in their private thoughts, some physicians and nurses have undoubtedly wished they could “fire” their non-compliant patients who refuse to take guidance. Watch how Cohen Children’s Medical Center’s Chief of General Pediatrics Dr. Henry Bernstein deftly responded to that question Wednesday during an NBC-TV “Today” interview about parents who refuse to let their… Read more »

In the News: March Week 1

The expertise of our cardiac specialists has been making a lot of news in recent weeks, particularly those specializing in heart valve replacements. As you’ll see in the featured stories below, a Queens woman was the first patient in New York – and only the second in the nation – to have a mitral valve… Read more »