Posts Tagged ‘New York-Presbyterian Hospital’

“Young Docs” Inspire Future Doctors | Columbia University Medical Center

"Young Docs" Inspire Future Doctors | Columbia University Medical Center

Donning white coats and carrying stethoscopes, nine P&S students spent the afternoon in a first-grade classroom in Inwood this month, teaching kids about the human body and what it is like to be a doctor. These students, as part of Black and Latino Student Organization’s (BALSO’s) ”Young Docs” program, visit local schools once a month in collaboration […]


The Wellness Series @ Columbia University Medical Center

The Wellness Series @ Columbia University Medical Center

When diagnosed with breast cancer, Eileen Z. Fuentes, a Columbia University employee, experienced cancer treatment from a patient’s perspective. Having worked for Columbia, she knew she was in capable hands during her treatment; however, she was determined to play an active part of her own health and recovery and was unsure how to do so. […]


Doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital save 5-year-old Gabrielle DiCarlo, who had tumor | NY Daily News

Doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital save 5-year-old Gabrielle DiCarlo, who had tumor | NY Daily News

By Heidi Evans / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS When an ambulance raced into New York-Presbyterian Hospital with 5-year-old Gabrielle DiCarlo earlier this year, she was at death’s door. Doctors at another hospital had found a rare, massive tumor in her abdomen and were about to start her on chemotherapy in the hopes of shrinking it. […]


The Elixir – Wellness Warriors

BY Eileen Z. Fuentes (@theSPEACHgal) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) Did you ever feel that the person who is overseeing your health didn’t even look at you in the eyes? Or better yet, did you ever feel empowered knowing that YOU can work towards your full recovery? And if so, do you know how? Would […]


COSMO CLINIC – CARING FOR THE PEOPLE OF UPTOWN

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Before we get into our main post for the day, I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the great work being done by CoSMO (Columbia Student Medical Outreach) and BALSO (Black and Latino Student Organization), who did the heavy lifting of putting together A Night with Junot Diáz event […]


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