Golf classic raises over $80,000 for 3D mammography services
HARRIS, NY — On Wednesday, July 14, the Garnet Health Foundation - Catskills, held its 42nd annual Golf Classic, which raised …
HARRIS, NY — On Wednesday, July 14, the Garnet Health Foundation - Catskills, held its 42nd annual Golf Classic, which raised over $80,000 to benefit 3D mammography services at Garnet Health Medical Center - Catskills.
This year’s event hosted 117 golfers. It was held at Villa Roma’s golf course. It was spearheaded by the organization’s 2021 Golf Committee led by Garnet Health - Catskills Foundation President Robert Ernst.
For more information or to make a donation, visit www.garnethealth.org/donate-catskills or call the foundation office at 845/397-3587.
MIDDLETOWN, NY — Garnet Health has won two Silver Telly Awards for a 30-second video and a 60-second video about its brand name change, one Bronze Telly Award for a “Keeping you safe from COVID-19” TV ad and one Silver Telly Award for a Garnet Health Medical Center bariatrics program promotional video. Garnet Health launched its rebranding campaign in June 2020.
Fewer than 10 percent of entries chosen are winners of the Silver Telly Award.
To view Garnet Health’s rebranding campaign videos, “Keeping you safe from COVID-19” TV ad and the Garnet Health Medical Center bariatrics program promotional video, visit www.youtube.com/garnethealth.
For more information about Garnet Health, visit www.garnethealth.org.
LAKE ARIEL, PA — The Hamlin Family Health Center welcomes Ebi Rowshanshad, DO. As a physician specializing in family medicine, Dr. Rowshanshad will see patients ranging from newborn to geriatric as their primary care provider. Hamlin Family Health Center, part of Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers (WMCHC), has been offering primary care and walk-in services in Lake Ariel since 2014.
He earned a medical degree from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City, and then relocated to Scranton to complete his family medicine residency at the Wright Center for Primary Care.
To learn more about the Hamlin Family Health Center, call 570/689-8566. For more information about WMCHC and all of its services, visit www.wmchc.net or call 570/253-8390.
WALTON, NY — Delaware Valley Hospital announced the addition of nuclear medicine imaging services, in partnership with Heart Care Imaging (HCI). The new expansion in radiology services is commonly offered at larger hospital systems. Nuclear medicine allows physicians to see how various organs actually are functioning. Due to the ability to see the function versus just the anatomy of a particular organ, it can identify abnormalities very early in the process of a disease—long before many medical problems are seen with other types of imaging.
Nuclear medicine uses very small amounts of a tracer that the nuclear imaging cameras detect to provide exact images of the area of the body being examined.
For more information on nuclear medicine and other testing services available at DVH, visit www.nyuhs.org or call the hospital’s imaging department at 607/865-2126.
LAKE ARIEL, PA — Brianne Frascella, a certified family nurse practitioner who joined the Hamlin Family Health Center in May 2021, is accepting new primary care patients of all ages. The Hamlin Family Health Center provides primary and walk-in care in Lake Ariel as well as routine X-ray and lab services. It is part of Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers. Frascella holds a Master of Science degree in nursing as a family nurse practitioner from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Illinois and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre. For more information, call 570/689-9965.
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