Issues: Hospitals

Ground breaking for an expanded emergency department at the Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville

Senator Young (center) is joined by (R-L) Rufus Judson, the President of Pike Construction; Todd Martin of Gardner Plus Architects; Amy Pollard, the President and CEO of Noyes Health; and Marilyn Moore, the Board Chairperson of the Noyes Memorial Hospital.----------------------------------------------------------------------

Ground has been broken for an expanded emergency department at the Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.

The existing space is over 40 years old and only 3,000 square feet. Once the new emergency department is complete, it will be 10,000 square feet, more than three times the size of the current building. It also will improve the privacy and comfort of patients and the working conditions for the staff.

April 23, 2013
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Noyes officials, elected officials and community leaders participate in the ceremonial ground breaking for the new emergency room at Noyes Memorial Hospital

The full group of Noyes officials, elected officials and community leaders participate in the ceremonial ground breaking for the new emergency room.-----------------------------------------------------------------

Ground has been broken for an expanded emergency department at the Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.

The existing space is over 40 years old and only 3,000 square feet. Once the new emergency department is complete, it will be 10,000 square feet, more than three times the size of the current building. It also will improve the privacy and comfort of patients and the working conditions for the staff.

April 23, 2013
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Senator Young and Amy Pollard, the President and CEO of Noyes Health, discuss the new emergency room before a ground breaking at Noyes Memorial Hospital

Senator Young and Amy Pollard, the President and CEO of Noyes Health, discuss the new emergency room at a press conference before the ground breaking.

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Ground has been broken for an expanded emergency department at the Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.

The existing space is over 40 years old and only 3,000 square feet. Once the new emergency department is complete, it will be 10,000 square feet, more than three times the size of the current building. It also will improve the privacy and comfort of patients and the working conditions for the staff.

April 23, 2013
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Forum/Town Hall: Open Community Meeting at Women and Children’s Hospital

Update on the Reuse Process for Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo

Tuesday, April 23 at 5:30 p.m.

 

A community meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 23 at 5:30 p.m. in the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Alford Auditorium.  Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the process being developed for the reuse of the current hospital’s campus once operations move to the new John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

 

April 23, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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April 12, 2013
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Senator Young meets with Noyes Health President & CEO Amy Pollard at Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville

Recently, Senator Young met with Noyes Health President & CEO Amy Pollard at the hospital in Dansville. During the meeting, they reviewed plans for an update to the Emergency Department.

The hospital has played a huge role in providing a plethora of heath care services for residents of Livingston County and the surrounding areas. This update will only improve the level of care, and the entire community welcomes the project.

March 14, 2013
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Senator Felder and the importance of maintaining a healthy blood pressure

Senator Felder, Ms. Nina Padmore, R.N., and Ms. Julie Winslow, M.Ed from Beth Israel Medical Center. The Senator learned about the importance of maintaining a healthy blood pressure and had his pressure taken.

March 7, 2013
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Senator Kennedy to Sponsor Community Conversation on Future of Sheehan Hospital

Kennedy invites neighbors and community members to attend event Friday, March 8 at 1 p.m. to hear about plans for what’s next for the former Sheehan Memorial Hospital site. 

McGuire Development and potential future tenants will be on hand to announce investments and take input from residents. 

Kennedy: The former Sheehan Hospital has a long, storied history in Buffalo. I encourage the community to come hear about its next chapters.

March 8, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Luthern Medical Center's School-Based Health Consumers Bring Their Funding Request To Albany

Students, faculty, and healthcare providers of P.S. 282 discuss with Senator Montgomery their need for more state funding for school-based health centers.

March 1, 2013
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School-Based Health Consumers of Luthern Medical Center Bring their Funding Request to Albany

Students, faculty, and healthcare providers of P.S. 282 discuss with Senator Montgomery their need for more state funding for school-based health centers.

March 1, 2013
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Department of Financial Services to Speek Resolution of Insurance Claims in Areas Affected by SANDY

The NYS Department of Financial Services (DFS) is setting new rules to speed the processing of insurance claims in areas affected by Storm Sandy. The new regulation reduces the amount of time an insurer can delay its decision on a claim, and requires insurers to report to the Department on how many claims it is delaying and the reasons for the delays.

February 27, 2013
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SENATE REPUBLICANS CALL FOR IMMEDIATE AUDIT OF STATE’S MEDICAID PROGRAM, ANNOUNCE SENATE ROUNDTABLE TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGATIONS OF “COMPLACENT” OMIG

Call to Action Comes in the Wake of Congressional Report on Alleged Waste, Fraud and Mismanagement Within NY Medicaid Program, Inaction of OMIG, Resulting in Potential Loss of Billions in Federal Dollars

Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos and the Senate Republican Conference today called for an immediate independent audit of New York State’s Medicaid program and announced a forthcoming joint roundtable meeting of the Senate Health and Investigations Committees to investigate allegations of complacency and inaction by the state Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG).

February 25, 2013
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SQUADRON RESPONDS TO LICH VOTE: 'OUR FIGHT ISN'T OVER'

BROOKLYN -- Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron released the following statement upon the SUNY Board of Trustees vote to authorize Downstate's president to propose a plan to the New York State Department of Health that could close Long Island College Hospital (LICH) and sell off the hospital for real estate development:

"Our fight isn't over. 

February 8, 2013
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SENATOR SQUADRON TESTIFIES ON LICH: "IT SHOULD BE NO SURPRISE THAT THE COMMUNITY FEELS LOOTED"

NEW YORK -- Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron, who represents Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill and its surrounding communities, testified at the State University of New York's public board meeting on Downstate Medical Center and LICH.

February 7, 2013
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BROOKLYN ELECTEDS, CAREGIVERS, COMMUNITY RALLY TO SUPPORT LICH AND SUNY DOWNSTATE

Broad Coalition of Brooklyn Elected Officials Urge Long-Term Plan to Keep All Campuses Open

BROOKLYN – Today, a broad coalition of Brooklyn elected officials joined 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA), nurses and caregivers, and community members to rally in support of SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Long Island College Hospital (LICH), and the hospital’s other affiliates – which are vital to Brooklyn’s already-underserved residents.

Last week, an audit released by the New York State Comptroller’s office made clear that there is a fiscal crisis at SUNY Downstate and its affiliated institutions. The elected officials are arguing that the potential closure of any campus is unacceptable, and that SUNY must develop a stabilization plan that provides a long-term solution to preserve critical diversity in medical education, quality healthcare, and good jobs for Brooklyn and the entire state.

January 25, 2013
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Governor Cuomo Outlines 2013-2014 Executive Budget to Maintain Fiscal Responsibility and Continue to Invest in Economic Growth

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled the proposed 2013-14Executive Budget and Management Plan that builds on two years of balanced, fiscally responsible budgeting and invests in economic development, education reform, rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy, provides support to local governments and school districts, and includes no new taxes or fees.

Highlights of the Executive Budget:

· Eliminates $1.3 billion budget gap with no new taxes or fees. The expected gap for 2013-14 was projected to be $17.4 billion prior to the last two responsible budgets.

· Holds spending increases below 2 percent for third consecutive year.

January 23, 2013
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GALLIVAN HONORS NEW YORKERS WITH DISABILITIES

Celebrates International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Amherst and Warsaw

Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-Elma), joined with community leaders and advocates for the disabled in Amherst and Warsaw today to celebrate the first annual “International Day of Persons With Disabilities” in New York State and to recognize the achievements that the community have contributed to the diverse fabric of New York State and Western New York.

December 4, 2012
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The Bohlsen Family Emergency Department Dedication at Southside Hospital

Senator Owen H. Johnson attended the official dedication of The Bohlsen Family Emergency Department at North Shore-LIJ Southside Hospital in Bay Shore on September 14, 2012.  State & local officials, North Shore-LIJ Health System officials and Southside Hospital officials joined to recognize the Bohlsen Family and their exceptional philanthropy and commitment to the progress and growth of Southside Hospital. 

October 5, 2012
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GOVERNOR CUOMO SIGNS BILL INTO LAW REQUIRING LICENSE FOR PERSONNEL WHO OPERATE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT THAT SUPPORTS HEART AND LUNGS

Senator John A. DeFrancisco announced that Governor Cuomo has signed his bill (S4640c) into law requiring a New York state permit for medical personnel, who operate equipment that supports a patient’s heart and lungs during certain medical procedures. 

“Currently, perfusionists, who are the operators of the equipment, are not required to be licensed or certified in New York state. This law requires that perfusionists obtain a permit and establish that they are regulated by the New York State Board of Education,” said Senator DeFrancisco.

October 4, 2012
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October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Senator Dilan stresses the importance of early detection

Senator Martin Malavé Dilan (D-Brooklyn) is urging women to take advantage of free breast cancer support and referral services available throughout New York City this October during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

According to the state Department of Health, one in eight women will develop breast cancer.

September 28, 2012
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