Collette, told her story to Harlem World Magazine in two parts on March 9th, 2011 and March 28, in 2011. Continue reading
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Listen and learn from motivational speaker, Marion A. Gambardella, as she offers seniors practical tips for dealing with the stresses of everyday life. Continue reading
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The Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Support Group provides members with the opportunity to “tell their story” in a safe and supportive setting, and to witness and validate each others’ experiences. Continue reading
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SHARE’s LatinaSHARE is for Spanish speaking breast or ovarian cancer survivors. Led by a peer group, various topics related to women’s needs are presented. Continue reading
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Tagged Breast cancer, cancer, Conditions and Diseases, Gynecologic, Health, National Institutes of Health, Ovarian, Ovarian cancer, ovarian cancer survivors, SHARE’s LatinaSHARE, Spanish speaking breast or ovarian cancer survivors, St. Luke's Hospital, Support Groups
St. Luke’s was founded in 1846 and started admitting patients in 1858. Since 1858, St. Luke’s has been bringing world-class clinical care to our local community. St. Luke’s is an academic affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
In 1979, a merger brought together St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals, and with it an extraordinary record of medical “firsts” and patient commitment. And in 1997, St. Luke’s and Roosevelt joined with Beth Israel Medical Center to form Continuum Health Partners. Today, the legacy continues as St. Luke’s continues to dedicate itself to the high-quality care of its patients.
The photo above is from the new Institute for Bariatric and Minimally Invasive Surgery at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. Located on the 4th floor of the main Babcock Building (1111 Amsterdam Avenue at 114th Street) the new facility offers advanced equipment, an education center and other cutting-edge technology that enables an interdisciplinary team of caregivers to provide an enhanced experience for patients. At this new location, patients are able to see their physicians, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, dieticians and other team members under one roof. Support groups, psycho-education courses and patient orientation sessions are also held in the space.
To find a great doctor at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, call our Physician Referral Service at 1 (866) 804-1007. You can also visit us online at http://www.StLukesHospitalNYC.org
Please visit St. Lukes
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If you don’t know what this is about, it’s not porn, it’s about Breast Cancer Awareness. Thanks! Now joins us on the walk or make a donation! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/aapremlall Continue reading