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Company Overview of Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc.
Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc. provides inpatient and outpatient healthcare services to residents of the Nassau County and contiguous county areas. Its services include acute care and trauma surgery, bariatric surgery, breast health, cancer care, cardiovascular, chiropractic collaboration, chronic conditions, dental medicine, diabetes care, ear nose and throat, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatric, head and neck, hepatology, home healthcare, internal medicine, nephrology, neuroscience, ophthalmology, orthopedics, palliative care, pancreatic cancer, pediatrics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pulmonary care, radiation medicine, rehabilitation, rheumatology, sleep medicine, surge...
259 First Street
Mineola, NY 11501
Founded in 1896
Key Executives for Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer and Director
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
Chief Academic Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc. Key Developments
NYU Langone Medical Center, Winthrop-University Hospital to Affiliate
Sep 28 16
NYU Langone Medical Center and Winthrop-University Hospital announced approval by their respective Boards of an affiliation agreement that will bring the two organizations together to expand, enhance, and clinically integrate their healthcare networks on Long Island. NYU Langone, whose hospitals are on the East side of Manhattan and in Brooklyn, has more than 150 ambulatory sites throughout the region, with more than 40 practices in Queens and Long Island. Winthrop's main campus is located in Mineola, NY, in central Nassau County, and is virtually adjacent to a major transportation hub that includes the Long Island Rail Road and an intermodal bus terminal. In addition to its main campus, which is also home to an onsite dialysis center, CyberKnife Center, and the Cancer Center for Kids, Winthrop has multiple ambulatory sites throughout the surrounding areas, including a newly expanded ambulatory surgery center in Garden City, Specialty Center East in Deer Park, and a CyberKnife Center in Manhattan. Further, the hospital employs an extensive network of physicians and physician practices that encompasses 66 faculty and community-based practices in over 140 locations, extending from Shelter Island and Riverhead to Upper Manhattan. The affiliation will extend NYU Langone's presence on Long Island, while increasing support for Winthrop's established network of inpatient and outpatient services. At the same time, it bolsters Winthrop's access to NYU Langone's vast offering of medical and surgical specialties. Regulatory approval for the new affiliation will be sought with the aim that approvals will be completed in spring 2017. Following are some of the key components of the affiliation agreement: Provide an initial capital investment and develop a long term master plan which will serve as a framework for future changes and expansion of the campus for both inpatient and ambulatory activities based upon projected needs. Implementation and integration of the Epic electronic medical records system will be focused on Winthrop's ambulatory practices to develop a system-wide, infrastructure and connectivity to support clinical integration and population health management initiatives and analytics. Winthrop recently converted to the Cerner Soarian Electronic Medical Record system for all inpatient care, which will stay in place for the foreseeable future. Structurally, Winthrop's operations will remain under the direction of the current Board of Directors and Administration. John Collins will continue as Winthrop's President and CEO, and will report directly to Dr. Grossman and to the Winthrop Board of Directors. Initially, one member of Winthrop's Board of Directors will also take a seat on the NYU Langone Board, and several members of NYU Langone's Board will become members of Winthrop's Board. Additionally, Winthrop's medical teaching faculty will retain their faculty appointments within Stony Brook University's School of Medicine, and undergraduate medical education, in which 80 third- and fourth-year Stony Brook medical students are trained on the Winthrop campus, will also remain in effect. Following the initial five years of the affiliation, Winthrop will complete a full asset merger with NYU Langone's hospitals.
Diego Chiarandini Joins Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc. as Assistant Vice President of Human Resources
Sep 20 16
Diego Chiarandini has joined Winthrop-University Hospital, Inc. as Assistant Vice President of Human Resources. Mr. Chiarandini most recently served as Human Resources Director at Yale New Haven Health System /Greenwich Hospital.
Winthrop-University Hospital Appoints Ajay Misra as the Chairman of the Department of Neurosciences
Aug 9 16
Winthrop-University Hospital announced the appointment of Ajay Misra, MD, to Chairman of the Department of Neurosciences. Dr. Misra has expertise in Neurophysiology, Neuromuscular Disease and General Neurology.
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