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Colorectal Cancer on the Rise for Adults Under Age 50
Schedule a colorectal cancer screening today.
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.
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® First on Long Island in Global Clinical Trial for New Heart Failure Treatment
An estimated six and a half million adults in the United States suffer from heart failure.
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital Nurse Saves Colleague's Life
Sophia Meyer is lucky to be alive after a life threatening stroke.
Stroke Awareness: Know the Signs
Stroke is the leading cause of disability and the fifth-highest cause of death in the United States every year. Yet, up to 80% of all strokes are preventable.
Man Saves His Life by Following His Heart to the Emergency Department
Timely diagnosis and treatment is vital in cardiac emergencies.
The Gianna Center Helps Couple Overcome Infertility Issues
“When a couple comes to The Gianna Center with an infertility problem, we don’t stop until we find the reason that it is happening,” said Dr. Nolte.
Suicide: A Preventable Health Crisis
Suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States. But it is preventable.
Innovative Lung Cancer Clinical Trial Available on Long Island
Catholic Health, through its partnership with the Roswell Park Care Network, is the only health system in the New York metropolitan area participating in a clinical trial to examine the impact of lung cancer treatment immunotherapy.
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.
Catholic Health Supports Ukraine Relief Efforts
“Always guided by our Catholic Health mission and core values, we walk in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and pray for a swift and peaceful resolution to this violent and unwarranted incursion,” said Dr. O’Shaughnessy.