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St. John’s Episcopal Hospital has announced the appointment of a new chief operating officer. Christopher J. Parker arrives from Shore Regional Health of the University of Maryland, where he … more
Yeshiva University’s Student Medical Ethics Society (MES) will partner with JScreen, a university-based nonprofit program specializing in carrier screening for genetic diseases common in the … more
Despite years of dieting and grueling workouts at the gym, the scale didn’t budge for Kim, a 38-year-old administrative assistant. “The final straw was when I popped a button on my … more
Many people fear going to a dentist. For those who suffer from dental anxiety, a visit to the dental office might seem like a daunting prospect. At the Cedarhurst office of Dr. Alina … more
This letter is in response to a cover story in The Jewish Star’s Jan 8 edition. I would like to clear up several inaccuracies regarding The Jewish Star’s front-page story, … more
Calvary Hospital, in collaboration with the National Association of Chevra Kadisha (NASCK), hosted a forum on “Halachic End-of-life Care: Practical Information Every Community Rabbi Should … more
The restoration of a historic Torah scroll — a Holocaust survivor — was begun by Calvary Hospital last week at the 92nd Street Y. Scroll No. 515, from the town of Taus-Domazlice and … more
Religious representatives will join with doctors, nurses and social workers on Thursday, Oct. 22, when Calvary Hospital convenes a “Spiritual Care Day” in Manhattan.  The CEU … more
Following St. John’s Episcopal Hospital’s laboratory accreditation by the Joint Commission’s Laboratory Accreditation Unit, the lab and affiliated departments were scrutinized in … more
A yearlong restoration of a Torah scroll dating to 1880 is being undertaken by Calvary Hospital. The scroll — No. 515, from the town of Taus-Domazlice in the former Czechoslovakia … more
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