The specialists and subspecialists in the CARF-accredited Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program at Helen Hayes Hospital leverage comprehensive, personalized therapies, advanced technologies, and wide-ranging psychological and other support services to generate excellent outcomes.
Lorraine Innes, MD: TMS of Westchester Offers Local Access to Effective, Noninvasive Treatment for Major Depressive Disorder
Research shows that many patients with severe Major Depressive Disorder fail to achieve effective resolution of their symptoms with antidepressant therapy alone. TMS of Westchester, located within The Therapy Center, offers a noninvasive treatment that yields remarkable improvement for a substantial number of these patients: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
The recent expansion of Brain & Spine Surgeons of New York (BSSNY) unites the high-level expertise of a growing cadre of specialists in a single practice, significantly widening BSSNY’s geographic reach and making it the largest neurosurgical provider in the Hudson Valley.
High-level Expertise, Leading-edge Technology Guide Urologic Cancer Care at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital
Under the guidance of noted urologist Mitchell C. Benson, MD, urologic oncology care at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital has evolved into a comprehensive program that utilizes personalized medicine, precision management and advanced surgical techniques to improve outcomes for patients in the local community.
Quality, technology and a multidisciplinary staff of experienced physicians, mid-level providers and therapists position Helen Hayes Hospital as a regional leader in acute, sub-acute and outpatient physical rehabilitation.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital: Standardization and Collaboration Inform Obstetric/Gynecologic Care
Inside and outside today’s hospital walls, physicians are partnering across disciplines to create processes that contribute to patient safety and quality of care. That interdisciplinary commitment is evident at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital.
Connecting the Pathways: Expansive Neurology Services at MidHudson Regional Hospital and Within the Westchester Medical Center Health Network
Within the human brain, a series of neural pathways links each lobe and cortex, supporting an electrochemical process that turns signals into movement and sensory information into thoughts and actions. In much the same way, the neurology specialists at MidHudson Regional Hospital are connected to all of the neurology services within the Westchester Medical Center Health Network — for patient care, turning a community hospital into an academic center, a hub for research and clinical trials, and an advanced Neuroscience Center, all in Poughkeepsie.
Even before the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the board of governors at Lawrence Hospital Center had established a plan for restructuring the face of health care in the hospital’s surrounding area.