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Catholic Health Expands Efforts to Address Food Insecurity
Catholic Health is launching two new community partnerships this month as it continues to address the growing issue of food insecurity among Long Island residents.
U.S. News & World Report recognitions reflect Catholic Health's commitment to serving our patients and delivering quality care in a safe environment.
9-Year-Old Girl from War-Torn Ukraine Given the Gift of Life from St. Francis Cardiologist
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® and Gift of Life Long Island have once again partnered together to provide life-changing heart surgery to a child in need.
Clinical Trial Shrinks Tumor, Helps Cancer Patient Stay Active
Zita Murano was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer with nine brain tumors.
Catholic Health Earns National Recognition for High-Quality Stroke Care
Catholic Health hospitals have again earned the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke quality achievement award.
Catholic Health Announces First Ambulatory/Urgent Care Facility
Catholic Health announced its plan to open Catholic Health Ambulatory & Urgent Care in Centereach.
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital Nurse Saves Colleague's Life
Sophia Meyer is lucky to be alive after a life threatening stroke.
Good Samaritan Hospital Breaks Ground on New Patient Care Pavilion
The 300,000-sq. ft. addition will be located on the northeast portion of the campus.
Colorectal Cancer on the Rise for Adults Under Age 50
Schedule a colorectal cancer screening today.
Man Saves His Life by Following His Heart to the Emergency Department
Timely diagnosis and treatment is vital in cardiac emergencies.
39-Year-Old Survives COVID-19 and Stroke
“If you didn’t know my story, you would have no idea of what I went through. I can’t thank Dr. Bekelis and the entire team at Good Samaritan for the care they provided. They saved my life!” said Andrew Infantino.