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At SNCH, a bellyful of practice with risky pregnancies

By GREGORY ZELLER // Expectant South Shore mothers enduring high-risk pregnancies have a new resource. South Nassau Communities Hospital has opened a new Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine adjacent to its Oceanside campus, self-billed as “the only dedicated center of its kind for high-risk pregnancies on the South Shore of Nassau County.” Staffed by obstetricians and “maternal fetal medicine sub-specialists,” the $3 million center is stocked with advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies designed specifically for the…


In Albany, an aggressive vertical lunge for Farrell Fritz

By GREGORY ZELLER // A Long Island law firm has made a bold thrust into the Capital District. Uniondale-based Farrell Fritz this week announced the launch of its new Regulatory & Government Relations Practice Group, to be located in the firm’s new downtown Albany office – located just a few strides from the State Capitol and state legislative offices. The new team of key specialists has been assembled specifically to “represent the firm’s clients before…


NSUH close to performing LI’s first liver transplants

By GREGORY ZELLER // Marking another first for Northwell Health, state health officials have greenlighted Long Island’s first liver-transplant program. The New Hyde Park-based health system announced Tuesday that the New York State Department of Health has granted “contingent approval” to North Shore University Hospital’s request to establish an adult liver-transplant program. Specifically, the Health Department’s Public Health and Health Planning Council has sanctioned the application of NSUH’s Adult Liver Transplant Service and forwarded its…


No. 270: Med-tech in China, shorter mastheads in Uniondale and New York’s front-line role in America’s ‘economic civil war’

Any Kiowa Indians in the house? If so, have an especially peaceful and pleasant Jan. 5, known also as “The Night the Stars Fell” to the Kiowa and other Northern Plains tribes, in reference to an unusually intense meteor shower – the second such “storm” in six weeks – recorded on this date in 1834. Speaking of bomb cyclones: Winter Storm Grayson lived up to its bitter billing this week, but take a bow (carefully)…