'It's My Party' Singer-Songwriter Lesley Gore Dies At 68Gore died of cancer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan, according to her partner of 33 years, Lois Sasson.
Dr. Max Gomez: Brooklyn Newborn Defies Odds, Heads Home For ChristmasHaving newborn babies home for their first Christmas is special for any family, but for one Brooklyn mom this will be a very special holiday.
A-Rod Brings Lawsuit Against Yankees Team Doctor, NYC Hospital The suit said that Yankees physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad of New York Presbyterian Hospital did not inform him of the tear.
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Expects To Leave Hospital SaturdayKoch was admitted Saturday night with fluid in his lungs and swollen ankles.
Former Mayor Ed Koch Back In The Hospital, But Doing WellThe 88-year-old was admitted Saturday night with swollen ankles, according to spokesman George Arzt.
Members Of Pay-It-Forward 'Donor Chain' Have Special Night At N.Y. PresbyterianTransplant patients, those in need and those awaiting surgery gathered on Thursday at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell to celebrate the gift of life.
Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton Returns To Work After HospitalizationClinton presided over a senior staff meeting, the first she has convened since early December before contracting the stomach bug after returning from a trip to Europe on Dec. 7.
Hillary Clinton Set To Return To Work MondayU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was set to head back to work Monday, five days after being released from New York Presbyterian Hospital for a blood clot in her head.
Doctors Expect Hillary Clinton To Fully Recover From Blood Clot Her doctors announced Monday late afternoon that Clinton is making excellent progress. They also predict the secretary will make a full recovery from the blood clot.
Fmr. NYC Mayor Ed Koch Released From Manhattan HospitalLess than a week after being admitted, former New York City Mayor Ed Koch was wheeled out of New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Monday.
Former Mayor Koch To Be Released From Hospital On MondayFormer Mayor Ed Koch will be released from the hospital Monday morning after six days of treatment for pneumonia and the flu.
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Remains Hospitalized With PneumoniaSpokesman George Arzt said he was having lunch with the former mayor on Tuesday when Koch said he didn’t feel well.
Former Mayor Ed Koch Hospitalized With Respiratory InfectionEd Koch, who turns 88 on Dec. 12, was "admitted this afternoon to New York-Presbyterian Hospital with a respiratory infection. The infection is being treated with antibiotics," spokesman George Arzt said in a brief release.
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Remains Hospitalized After Blood TransfusionFormer New York City Mayor Ed Koch was admitted to New York Presbyterian Hospital and underwent a blood transfusion Tuesday morning after the 87-year-old began feeling weak over the weekend.
Ed Koch Being Treated For Anemia At New York Presbyterian His spokesperson told CBS 2’s Jessica Schneider that the 87-year-old was admitted earlier in the day. He suffers from anemia and has been feeling especially weak lately.