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Bon Secours Community Hospital honors retired doctors

PORT JERVIS, NY — Recently the medical staff at Bon Secours Community Hospital honored 12 physicians, 10 retired and two deceased, who, until recent years, had been affiliated with the hospital.  Read more

Birth Announcements

Wayne Memorial Hospital announces the following births:
5/22/14 — Emma Deckelman was born to Anne Marchal of Jeffersonville, NY and Bill Deckelman of Obernburg, NY. Maternal grandparents are Françoise and Richard Marchal of Belgium. Paternal grandparents are Zoanne and Charles Deckelman of Fremont Center, NY.
5/31/14 — Jayden Lynn Johannes was born to Holly and Andrew Johannes of Honesdale, PA. Maternal grandparents are Sherry and David Bryer of Honesdale, PA. Paternal grandparents are Lynn and Joy Johannes of Honesdale, PA.  Read more

Profile of farming-related injuries and illnesses

Much of our area’s economy depends on farming and raising poultry, pigs and beef. It is important to point out that this profession has its share of hazards either from injuries, or illnesses from infectious agents and chemical exposure, especially pesticides. This article will highlight the more common problems seen by our local healthcare providers.

Safety Issues  Read more

Orange Regional Medical Center announces star of the year

MIDDLETOWN, NY — In honor of National Hospital Week, May 11 to May 17, Orange Regional Medical Center announced its Star of the Year, Jayne O’Malley. O’Malley also earned this prestigious honor in 2005.

O’Malley is Orange Regional’s Lung and Head & Neck Cancer Patient Navigator and was chosen as this year’s Star of the Year for her diligence and hard work in providing excellent care to patients with lung, oral, head and neck cancers.  Read more

Orange Regional Medical Center honors exceptional nurse

MIDDLETOWN, NY – Orange Regional Medical Center has partnered with the DAISY Foundation to recognize its nurses for the excellent care they provide to patients. Erin Kirwin, Critical Care Registered Nurse, was chosen as the first honoree. Kirwan was honored for her care, compassion and professionalism while educating a patient and her family on the Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) process and advocating for and providing guidance to the patient and her family during the last days of life.  Read more

Orange Regional Medical Center earns special designation for elder care

MIDDLETOWN, NY — Orange Regional Medical Center has been recently designated as a Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) hospital, recognizing the hospital’s commitment to providing exemplary care to older patients. NICHE is the largest national geriatric care program for hospitals.  Read more

Crystal Run Healthcare prenatal classes

MIDDLETOWN, NY — Crystal Run Healthcare has added new class dates for its series of Prenatal Classes for Expectant Parents. In addition to the classes being held in Middletown and Warwick, classes will also be offered in Rock Hill at the Practice’s 61 Emerald Place location.  Read more

Bon Secours celebrates 20th anniversary of Mental Health Department

PORT JERVIS, NY — On Thursday, May 1, Bon Secours Community Hospital celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Mental Health Department and a quarter century of its New Directions Unit.

Bon Secours Community Hospital, a member of the Bon Secours Charity Health System, has been treating mental illness for 20 years and providing rehabilitation, including “New Directions,” a detoxification program, for over 25 years.  Read more

Bon Secours hosted Behavioral Health Fair

PORT JERVIS, NY — May was Mental Health Month and in recognition of the importance of informing the public on how to protect behavioral health and promote general well being Bon Secours Community Hospital hosted an all day Behavioral Health Family Fun Fair.

The local community was treated to free refreshments, musical entertainment, children’s events and demonstrations along with dietary and therapy information and handouts.  Read more

Crystal Run Healthcare raises nearly $20,000 for Walk to Cure Arthritis

MIDDLETOWN, NY — Physicians and staff of Crystal Run Healthcare came together to raise funds for the 2014 Hudson Valley Walk to Cure Arthritis held on May 3 at Thomas Bull Memorial Park. Eleven employee teams raised a total of $14,208 in donations to benefit the walk. Including Crystal Run Healthcare’s corporate sponsorship, a grand total of $19,208 was donated to the New York chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, benefactor of the Walk to Cure Arthritis.  Read more

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