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Richmond University Medical Center Receives Ipads, Laptops from Local Student

March 9, 2021

The Devices Will Be Utilized by Patients Undergoing Treatment at the Center for Cancer Care On March 8, 2021, the medical staff at Richmond University Medical Center’s Center for Cancer Care gratefully accepted over 20 new iPads and laptop computers, donated by Talia Bieler, a student at Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn. The […]

Richmond University Medical Center Receives Half Million Dollar Grant for Palliative Care Services

February 23, 2021

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation Providing $500,000 to Assist Patients, Families Facing life Threatening Illnesses February 23, 2021 – Dealing with the diagnosis and symptoms of a limiting, serious, or even terminal illness affects an individual and their family in many ways. To assist patients and their families navigate through care options while also coming to […]

Four Months After Liver Transplant, Staten Island Resident Becomes 5,000th Person Vaccinated at Richmond University Medical Center

February 9, 2021

Janet Sgarlata Becomes 5,000th Person to Receive COVID-19 Vaccination at RUMC, Received Liver Transplant Last October February 8, 2021 – On Saturday February 6, Janet Sgarlata of Oakwood, Staten Island, became the 5,000 person to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC). Sgarlata, 66, who is also a […]

Richmond University Medical Center Administers 1st COVID-19 Vaccinations

December 15, 2020

Front line healthcare workers who have been treating COVID-19 patients since March of last year received the first inoculations of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine today at Richmond University Medical Center. The recipients will receive a booster injection three weeks from today on January 4, 2021. Following guidance from the New York State Department of Health, […]