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CornerStone Vol. 24, No. 1, Spring 2014
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More Than Skin Deep: One Woman’s Dramatic Weight Loss Journey
NYU Winthrop Named Among America’s Best Breast Centers
Local Resident Presents Generous Gift to NYU Winthrop
One Family’s Most Momentous Gift in Gratitude for Lifesaving Care
NYU Winthrop Celebrates Opening of State-of-the-Art Electrophysiology Lab
NYU Winthrop Offers Relief to Longtime Sufferers of Endometriosis
Mothers and Babies Find Support for Healthy Pregnancy and Delivery at NYU Winthrop
Unique Sports Medicine Program Scores Big Among Local Athletes and Coaches
NYU Winthrop Named to Top 100 of the 2013 HomeCare Elite(TM)
Gala Raises more than $900,000 for NYU Winthrop
NYU Winthrop Offers Bite of Hope to Pediatric Diabetes Patients
Yuletide Ball Raises Over $160,000 for Child Life Program
Once again, Local Foundation Garners Outstanding Support for NYU Winthrop
The Michael Magro Foundation Education Program
NYU Winthrop Event Rocks to Beat Pediatric Cancer
Local Kiwanis Club Shows Continued Support for NYU Winthrop
Special Visits Brighten Young Patients' Days
Golfing for a Cause
Diabetes Education Center Kicks Off 35th Anniversary Celebration with a Special Celebrity
Grateful Patient Gives Back to NYU Winthrop
NYU Winthrop Celebrates Grand Reopening of the Hempstead High School Health Center
Mothers and Daughters Gather in Support of NYU Winthrop
NYU Winthrop Hospital: Committed to Addressing Public Health Needs of the Community
Former Senator's Final "Extend the Holidays" Toy Drive Proves to be the Best One Yet
Overcoming Pancreatic Cancer is Music to One Man’s Ears

One Family’s Most Momentous Gift in Gratitude for Lifesaving Care

The Israel family (center) is joined by members of their son Jackson’s care team and other NYU Winthrop staff at a recent celebration honoring their generous donation.

How do parents say “thank you” for the lifesaving care that was administered to their child? In the case of Lee and Raquel Israel, the answer was simple – generously give back to the Hospital and staff who helped their son, Jackson, overcome a lengthy battle with pediatric sepsis.

The Israel family’s magnanimous support has enabled NYU Winthrop Hospital to obtain a high-fidelity pediatric mannequin for its Simulation Center. This vital piece of medical training equipment simulates real life-threatening scenarios to help advance the NYU Winthrop medical team’s knowledge and expertise in treating patients.

“Team-based simulation training is an integral part of our multi-modal education curriculum for students, residents, physicians, nurses and other clinicians as we continue to strengthen our position as a leader in sepsis education and quality improvement,” said Lyn QuintosAlagheband, MD, Associate Director of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Physician Quality Officer at The Children’s Medical Center at NYU Winthrop, and Co-Chair of NYU Winthrop’s Hospital-wide Strike Out Sepsis Campaign.

The Israel family has not only made a tremendous impact at NYU Winthrop through their generous giving, but has been committed to helping the Hospital educate both clinicians and the public about the disease through their participation on the pediatric sepsis multidisciplinary team.

“Family engagement has been and will always be a core value of our team. The Israel family is passionate about helping NYU Winthrop raise the bar on sepsis education so that if other families find themselves in similar situations, they too can have positive outcomes,” added Dr. Quintos.