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NYP Medical Group Westchester Welcomes David Goldberg, MD PDF Print Email

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By Geoff Thompson, Partner, Thompson & Bender for NewYork-Presbyterian


Jul. 19, 2017:  David Goldberg, MD, a board-certified Columbia University Medical Center internist and infectious disease specialist, joined NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester, effective July 1. He is practicing at 685 White Plains Road in Eastchester and will soon move to a new medical office in the Vernon Hills (Lord & Taylor) Shopping Center at 700 White Plains Road in Scarsdale.  

Dr. Goldberg graduated with high honors from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and completed an internship and residency in internal medicine, as well as a fellowship in infectious diseases, at Columbia University Medical Center (then Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center). He graduated magna cum laude from Yale College.

Dr. Goldberg has been practicing for more than thirty years in southern Westchester and values his relationships with his patients and the local community. He is affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville and NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center in Manhattan. Dr. Goldberg is an assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University Medical Center and an internist with ColumbiaDoctors, the faculty practice of Columbia University Medical Center.

“We are delighted to welcome Dr. David Goldberg to NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester,” said Dr. Laura L. Forese, executive vice president and chief operating officer of NewYork-Presbyterian. “His addition to our physician services network helps us to achieve our mission of providing the highest-quality health care to communities throughout the New York metropolitan area.” 

“Joining NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester allows me to continue and grow my relationship with Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian,” said Dr. Goldberg. “Throughout my years of study and work, I formed many friendships and professional relationships at these great institutions and look forward to connecting my patients to all the advanced resources they have to offer.” 

New patients are welcome. Appointments can be made by calling 914-787-2242. For more information about the medical group, visit www.nyp.org/medicalgroups.

Pictured here:  David Goldberg, MD.

Photo by John Abbott

 
Rooftop Garden at NYP Lawrence Hospital Dedicated in Memory of Victor M. Samra, Jr. PDF Print Email

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By Geoff Thompson, Partner, Thompson & Bender for NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital


Jun. 21, 2017:  On Saturday, June 10, family and friends of longtime Bronxville resident Victor M. Samra Jr. gathered to dedicate the new Victor M. Samra Rooftop Garden at NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital Cancer Center in his memory.

Victor was an integral part of Bronxville and dedicated years of service to the community. From 1993 to 2011, he served on the hospital's board of governors, lending leadership and support to initiatives such as the construction of the hospital's new cancer center. This state-of-the-art facility allows community members battling cancer to receive innovative and comprehensive cancer care close to home. 


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"It is fitting that our beautiful rooftop garden where patients and their families can gather to spend quiet time together will be a lasting tribute to Victor Samra," said Michael J. Fosina, MPH, FACHE, president of NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital. "His leadership, foresight, and generosity helped lay the foundation for transformational change and the delivery of high-quality care to members of our community." 

"Vic was such a humble man with a fierce intelligence who loved his family and his community," said Richard Dresdale, chairman of the board of directors. "He used his considerable influence to benefit Lawrence and today we are all the greater for it. I will always remember his affable nature, broad smile, and tremendous generosity. He left an indelible mark both upon Lawrence and upon Bronxville."

The Victor M. Samra Rooftop Garden will provide a meditative space for patients receiving treatment at the cancer center and their families year-round.

Pictured here: Top (L to R): Michael J. Fosina, MPH, FACHE, president of NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, Alexandra Samra, and Richard Dresdale, chairman of the board of directors of NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital; in text (L to R): son-in-law Jamie Karper, daughter Christina Samra Karper, Alexandra Samra, grandson Owen Samra, son Victor Samra III, and grandson Brooks Karper.

Photos by A. Warner


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NYP/Lawrence Hospital Community Events in May PDF Print Email

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By Gina D'Angelo-Mullen, Senior Account Executive, Thompson & Bender


May 3, 2017:  NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital will be holding presentations in two of its series in May, the Meet the Doctor series and the Lunch and Learn series, and a Bicycle Sundays celebration, as well as ongoing groups and classes.

Meet the Doctor: Bone Basics--What You Need to Know About Osteoporosis:  On Tuesday, May 16, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Lake Isle Country Club, NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester physicians will lead a presentation and discussion on prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. The speakers are endocrinologist Adriana Kuker, MD, internal medicine specialist; Tatyana Morton, MD; and OB/GYN Pearl Lim, MD, a member of Columbia University Medical Centers faculty practice, ColumbiaDoctors. To register, call 914-787-5000.

Bicycle Sundays Celebration:  NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital will host a Bicycle Sundays celebration on Sunday, May 21, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm along the Bronx River Parkway at the rest stop between Harney Road and Leewood Drive (Exits 10 and 9) on the northbound lane of the Parkway. Grab your bicycle or running shoes to get some exercise and join the fun! Enjoy free ice cream, healthy snacks, and water, as well as giveaways, and also meet physicians and physical therapists from NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester and ColumbiaDoctors. WHUD 100.7 radio will provide music with guest DJ Susan Browning.  

Lunch and Learn:  Protect Your Brain Against Stroke:  Join us for a free interactive Lunch and Learn event in the lobby conference room at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital on Tuesday, May 23, from noon to 1:30 pm on ways to reduce your risk for stroke. The educational program will feature physician presentations, a TeleStroke demonstration, information on medication safety, diet and nutrition advice, and a brain/heart healthy lunch. To register, call 914-787-5000.

Ongoing groups and classes:  In May, the hospital will also provide childbirth classes (914-787-5044), breastfeeding preparation classes (914-787-5044), a breastfeeding support group (914-787-2141), joint replacement seminars (914-787-2119), an after-treatment cancer survivorship group (914-787-5997), and a breast cancer support group (914-787-5997). Call the numbers provided for more information and to register.

Pictured here:  NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital.

Photo by N. Bower

 
Health Events at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital for April 2017 PDF Print Email

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By Gina D'Angelo-Mullen, Senior Account Executive, Thompson & Bender


Apr. 5, 2017:  NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital will be holding new presentations in two of its series in April, the Eat Right, Live Long series and the Meet the Doctor series.

Eat Right, Live Long Series:  Eating Right for a Happy Colon:  On Wednesday, April 12, from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the hospital's lobby conference room, as part of the Outpatient Nutrition Department's Eat Right, Live Long series, Katie Campbell, RD, CDN, CE, will explain how eating fiber, choosing probiotics, and staying physically active can help support healthy gut function. To register, call 914-787-5000.

Meet the Doctor Program: Preparing for Pregnancy:  On Tuesday, April 18, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at Lake Isle Country Club, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital OB/GYN experts will discuss preparing for pregnancy, birth plans, trends in fertility treatment, and what you need to know if you're thinking about getting pregnant. Speakers include Anna Burgansky, MD, and Nitasha Jain, MD, Columbia University Medical Center OB/GYNs practicing with NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester, and Rachel McConnell, MD, of ColumbiaDoctors, the faculty practice of Columbia University Medical Center. To register, call 914-787-5000.

Ongoing groups and classes:  The hospital also provides childbirth classes (914-787-5044), breastfeeding preparation classes (914-787-5044), a breastfeeding support group (914-787-2141), joint replacement seminars (914-787-2119), an after-treatment cancer survivorship group (914-787-5997), wig fittings and makeup applications for women undergoing chemotherapy and radiation (1-800-227-2345), and an annual clothing swap for the hospital's weight loss surgery patients (914-787-4000). Call the numbers provided for more information and to register.

Pictured here:  Lawrence Hospital in the wintertime.

Photo by A. Warner


 
Bronxville Doctor Jeffrey Greenfield Selected by 'Westchester Magazine' for Healthcare Heroes Award PDF Print Email

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By Irena Choi Stern


Mar. 15, 2017:  Bronxville's Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield has been selected by Westchester Magazine to receive a Healthcare Heroes Award.

This honor is bestowed upon individuals who are shining examples of community service, patient concern, and leadership in the local health care field.

He will be recognized in the May 2017 issue as one of ten individuals worthy of this award.

On May 18, the honorees will be recognized at the 4th Annual Healthcare Heroes Award luncheon from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm at Mulino's at Lake Isle in Eastchester.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.westchestermagazine.com/healthcareheroes.

Pictured here:  Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield.

Photo courtesy Irena Choi Stern

 
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