North Shore University Hospital
Joseph Sanford, a 17-year veteran volunteer with the Inwood Fire Department, was fighting the fire when he fell through one of the floors of the home on Central Avenue in Woodmere.
The Central Avenue house was totally gutted by the fire, which broke out at around 4 a.m., CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported.
Gary Melius said in a statement Tuesday that he is looking forward to coming home and getting back to work.
It was to be the gift of life from a loving wife to her husband — a kidney transplant that would give the father of three new health.
Gagik Hovanessian returned to North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset — where he underwent his heart surgery 23 years before — to have two more operations performed on him.
A new high-tech heart scanner is being credited with saving a life, and, surprisingly, it’s the life of a doctor, who was simply testing out the new equipment.
The kidney was successfully transplanted June 3 at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, just in time for the family to celebrate Father’s Day.
Attorney Bonita E. Zelman, who is representing all 12 plaintiffs in the case, said the hospital caused the victims undue stress.
A sea of blue is expected to dominate Ronkonkoma, as a police officer killed on the Long Island Expressway is laid to rest.
Attorneys for 28-year-old Grace Sung Eun Lee and her parents told a state Supreme Court judge that the woman had agreed to designate her father as her health proxy should she become incapacitated and unable to make health decisions for herself.
There had been a legal battle about her decision to die after her devoutly religious parents appealed her request to be taken off life support.
Grace Sung Eun Lee became ill with brain cancer last year and is being kept alive by breathing and feeding tubes at North Shore University Hospital’s palliative care center.
Grace Sung Eun Lee, 28, became ill with brain cancer last year and is being kept alive by breathing and feeding tubes at North Shore University Hospital’s palliative care center.
Imagine having uncontrollable laughter that seems to never end. It’s a one-in-a-million disorder that’s so rare, up until very recently a cure was hopeless. But on Friday, a lovable little boy was recovering following risky surgery on Long Island.
On July 5, Josh and Stacey Dubrow welcomed their first child into the world, but their joy was short-lived.