“Kids Are Not Just Little Adults”

Chris O'Brien

Meet Dr. Chris O’Brien, pediatric hospitalist with Maria Fareri Children’s Healthcare Services at MidHudson Regional Hospital.

A Tough Act to Swallow

Jay Gala

When eating became difficult, Jay Gala turned to Good Samaritan Hospital for help. Thanks to our physicians, he’s enjoying meals again.

An Open-and-Shut Case of Restoring Health

Marilynn Carroll

When Marilynn Carroll’s heart valve was malfunctioning, Good Samaritan Hospital offered the perfect solution.

Totally Pumped

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Marcella Franks is now able to do things she enjoys, like taking walks and shopping with her daughter-in-law Kathy. Photo by John Halpern When a faulty heart valve left a 77-year-old woman breathless, Good...

The Art of Good Health

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Photos by Kenneth Gabrielsen Thanks to the advanced technology and medical talent at Westchester Medical Center, a COVID patient is back on his feet, putting new beauty into the world. By Deborah Skolnik Abraham...

One Transplant Alters Two Lives


Milinda Mejorado, RN, (left) was inspired by the exceptional treatment her son received as a new liver recipient at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and Westchester Medical Center, where she now works full-time. Photos by...

Up & Running

up & running

Photos by John Halpern Thanks to the talented physicians at MidHudson Regional Hospital, a Beacon girl is back on her feet — and out of pain. By Deborah Skolnik In 2011, physicians at Maria...

Boiceville Artist Thanks WMCHealth for Heart Care  


Steve Heller’s work is familiar to anyone driving from Kingston to Woodstock. His shop is off Rte 28. Photo by Kenneth Gabrielsen Seamless, advanced care gets Boiceville artist back to creating robots, rocket ships...

Celebrating a New Heart

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Peter Myer is happy to be back home in Albany, spending time with his wife, Marie. Photo by Daniella Inzerilli After three cardiac events that greatly damaged his heart, a grandfather in Albany is...

Life-Changing Treatment

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Fifteen-year-old Amia Murray has been seizure-free since her minimally invasive brain surgery. Photos by Matt Wittmeyer This teen’s seizures have stopped, following a minimally invasive procedure at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. By Laurie Yarnell...