Phelps Hospital Re-Accredited as Graduate Medical Training Program

Phelps Hospital has once again received accreditation for its physician training from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Accreditation is achieved through an annual review process that includes verification of... Read more »

Phelps Hospital Achieves 4 Stars from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Phelps Hospital has received a four-star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), a part of the federal Department of Health and Human Services. As identified on the federal... Read more »

What is Cyber Bullying Really?

  Most of us remember being teased or even bullied as children, or we were aware of other kids being bullied. The aggressor generally needed an audience, and the audience was usually limited by the... Read more »

A Health Scare Leads to a Life of Healing Others 

In 2005, Sean Chillemi, who was born and raised in Tarrytown, was an Economics major in his final year at Pace University. Along with his girlfriend – now wife – Renee, he led a... Read more »

Painful Injury Leads to a Healthy Practice

When Joe Rendina was a senior in high school in Brooklyn, he tore his ACL playing touch football. Surgery to repair the ACL could have ended the story right there. Instead, it... Read more »
Shames JCC 90th Anniversary

The Shames Jewish Community Center – 90 Years Young and Growing

  1929 was a memorable year. For good reasons and bad. Chicago had the St. Valentine’s Day massacre. Hollywood celebrated the first Academy Awards. Herbert Hoover was sworn in as our 31st President in Washington,... Read more »
Shames JCC 90th Anniversary

Shames JCC 90th Anniversary Events – Something for Everyone

Check-Out These 90th Anniversary Events Whether you are a Shames JCC camper or preschooler, a Renard Lecture aficionado, a swimmer, music, or fitness buff, there will be special 90th anniversary activities for... Read more »

Heads Up Rivertowns and Irvington PTSA Encourage Kids to Reduce Screen Time

Want to join the Irvington PTSA’s efforts to discourage children from spending too much time on their phones, If so, tomorrow, March 7, is gray for a day. If you are a... Read more »
Dr Nitin Gupta Rivertown Pediatrics

A Local Pediatrician Brings a Personal Touch Back to Care

The classic image of a small-town doctor harkens back to simpler times. This doctor is a fixture of the community, familiar to everyone because he delivers all the babies and gives everyone... Read more »
Dr Kapatenakas

Love Hurts. Young Love Hurts More

  Ahhh,Valentine’s Day. Of all the Hallmark holidays, it’s the Hallmark-iest. Much like Thanksgiving and Christmas, everyone thinks that the rest of the world is having a much better Valentine’s Day, and people... Read more »