New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens

New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens

Founded:
1957

New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens

Founded:
1957
  • Oct 26 at 3:34 PM
    Roberta Holley, Chaplain, Pastoral Care, visits patients, families and staff of every faith at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens to fulfill their spiritual needs. I see patients from room to room, talk to them about how they are doing, listen to what they are going through and try to bring comfort to them, she says, adding that she often visits people during their most vulnerable moments. I come to show them my love for them, and Gods love for them. I play music, pray with them, sing to them, do anything I can to bring comfort in difficult times. Its very rewarding. Learn about the diverse pastoral care services offered at NYP Queens: http://bit.ly/2yN0O4I
  • Oct 24 at 3:00 PM
    After 50 years of dedicated service, Marjorie Ward retired from NewYork-Presbyterian Queens in May 2016 as a Senior Lab Technologist. Over the years, shes held several different titles within the Laboratory, but to her fellow employees, shes always been a well-respected leader and a friend. Marjorie has been the foundation of the Hematology Lab, according to her colleagues, and has trained most of the lab technologists working today in the department. This month, we celebrated Marjorie and other honorees at our Employee Recognition Dinner. She has truly been an asset to the hospital and we wish her all the best in her retirement.
  • Oct 23 at 2:56 PM
    This month, Daniel Lorber, MD, MACP, CDE, director, Division of Endocrinology, associate director, Lang Center for Research and Education, presented at the American Diabetes Association's 12th Annual Best Practice Series in Delhi and Kolkata, India. Dr. Lorber presented Prediabetes - Are We Missing Opportunities for Intervention and Risk Reduction? and "Hypoglycemia Awareness and Unawareness: Risks to be Considered." This annual, two-day event features presentations by renowned American Diabetes Association faculty and by regional key leaders in the medical field, who offer insight into the education presented and its relevance to the local patient population.
  • Oct 18 at 4:35 PM
    October is National Physical Therapy Month, and we highlight our teams delivering valuable care to our communities. Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants provide intervention to help patients improve or restore functional independence with mobility and motion in their homes and neighborhoods. We are proud to have dedicated and skilled providers at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Find out more about our inpatient services: http://bit.ly/2ySUWYf and outpatient services: http://bit.ly/2yRNsoe

Oct 26, 3:34 PM

Roberta Holley, Chaplain, Pastoral Care, visits patients, families and staff of every faith at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens to fulfill their spiritual needs. I see patients from room to room, talk to them about how they are doing, listen to what they are going through and try to bring comfort to them, she says, adding that she often visits people during their most vulnerable moments. I come to show them my love for them, and Gods love for them. I play music, pray with them, sing to them, do anything I can to bring comfort in difficult times. Its very rewarding. Learn about the diverse pastoral care services offered at NYP Queens: http://bit.ly/2yN0O4I

Oct 24, 3:00 PM

After 50 years of dedicated service, Marjorie Ward retired from NewYork-Presbyterian Queens in May 2016 as a Senior Lab Technologist. Over the years, shes held several different titles within the Laboratory, but to her fellow employees, shes always been a well-respected leader and a friend. Marjorie has been the foundation of the Hematology Lab, according to her colleagues, and has trained most of the lab technologists working today in the department. This month, we celebrated Marjorie and other honorees at our Employee Recognition Dinner. She has truly been an asset to the hospital and we wish her all the best in her retirement.

Oct 23, 2:56 PM

This month, Daniel Lorber, MD, MACP, CDE, director, Division of Endocrinology, associate director, Lang Center for Research and Education, presented at the American Diabetes Association's 12th Annual Best Practice Series in Delhi and Kolkata, India. Dr. Lorber presented Prediabetes - Are We Missing Opportunities for Intervention and Risk Reduction? and "Hypoglycemia Awareness and Unawareness: Risks to be Considered." This annual, two-day event features presentations by renowned American Diabetes Association faculty and by regional key leaders in the medical field, who offer insight into the education presented and its relevance to the local patient population.

Oct 18, 4:35 PM

October is National Physical Therapy Month, and we highlight our teams delivering valuable care to our communities. Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants provide intervention to help patients improve or restore functional independence with mobility and motion in their homes and neighborhoods. We are proud to have dedicated and skilled providers at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Find out more about our inpatient services: http://bit.ly/2ySUWYf and outpatient services: http://bit.ly/2yRNsoe