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November 19 - Washington Post

Utah hospital workers rushed to NYC to help with COVID in the spring. NYC workers just returned the favor 

Nurses from New York-Presbyterian Hospital travel to Utah to assist on the front lines of the state’s fight against the coronavirus.

November 18- News12 Brooklyn

Brooklyn man shares lung cancer experience with hope of encouraging others to get checked

Oswald Peterson, a lung cancer patient at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, shares his experience for lung cancer awareness month. Dr. Catherine Shu, Oswald’s doctor and a lung cancer specialist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, shares insights on screenings and treatment.

November 10 - PIX 11

Tips to avoid work-from-home aches and pains

Dr. Ricky Singh, NewYork-Presbyterian Och Spine, shares tips to set up a work from home station that supports ergonomic health.

October 1 - People.com

What to Know About Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

Dr. Lisa Newman, Chief of Breast Surgery, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, discusses how to know if genetic testing for breast cancer is right for you.

September 14 - NBC News

Latino Hospital Heroes: When coronavirus hit, nurse Patricia Rojas remembered her Dominican mother's words

Patricia Rojas, RN, Emergency Department, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is honored by NBC as one of ten health care professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

September 7 – NPR

A Filipina Nurse on Working on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

Kym Villamer, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, shares her experience growing up in the Philippines and caring for patients on the frontlines of COVID-19.

July 31 -New York Daily News

Woman’s seizures corrected by ‘super simple’ brain procedure at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell

Patient Tracey Drake shares her experience at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital with Dr. Steven Karceski, neurologist, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine.

June 9 - Variety

Megan Savage Dedicates Her Time to Treating Pregnant Women Who’ve Contracted COVID-19

Dr. Megan Savage, Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellow, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, featured in Variety’s Power of Women issue.

May 22 - Good Morning America

Anthony Anderson surprises a front-line worker who has 3 essential jobs

Anthony Anderson surprises Nick Harrison, RN, Emergency Department, NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist and former barber who gave haircuts to coworkers during the peak of COVID-19.

May 12 - Patch.com

NYC Mom's Stroke Is Cautionary Tale In Coronavirus Crisis: Doctor

Patient Rosanna Diaz and her physician, Dr. Joshua Willey, Neurology, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, discuss the importance of seeking emergency care when experiencing symptoms of a stroke or heart attack.

May 19 - ABC News

Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital EVS team volunteers to clean COVID rooms

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital Environmental Services workers step forward to help clean rooms of COVID-19 patients.

May 7 - People en Espanol

50 Most Beautiful People of 2020: Conoce a nuestros #BeautifulHeroes, que siguen trabajando cada día durante la pandemia del coronavirus.

Erasmo Ramos, Support Services, and Glenis Adames, Environmental Services, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Paola Rivera, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens featured as “Beautiful Heroes” working on the frontlines of COVID-19.

April 13 - Good Morning America

NYC hospital plays 'Don't Stop Believin' every time a COVID-19 patient is discharged

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens celebrates every COVID-19 patient discharge by playing Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’

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