Staten Island Guide

Northwell's Global Health initiative partners with Shanti Bhavan school

In an effort to alleviate the pain and suffering of the poorest residents of India, a team comprised of 11 Northwell Health physicians, one university professor, and two public health students discussed their preparations for a medical mission to the Shanti Bhavan school, chronicled in Netflix “Daughters of Destiny” documentary.

DOWNTOWN

Encompassing the vibrant neighborhoods of St. George, Tompkinsville, Stapleton, and Clifton, Downtown Staten Island is a unique and bustling community.

New lung cancer surgeon comes to Staten Island to provide specialized care

Dr. Adam Lackey, a highly regarded thoracic surgeon, has joined Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH). His arrival coincides with cancer rates on Staten Island leading the city – especially lung cancer, which is 20 percent higher than other boroughs – according to New York State Department of Health data.

Smart Left Turn Signals

AT MATTEO’S REQUEST, CITY TO INSTALL SEVEN ADDITIONAL SMART LEFT-TURN SIGNALS AT INTERSECTIONS ACROSS THE DISTRICT

SENATOR LANZA TO HOST ANNUAL SPECIAL NEEDS RESOURCE FAIR

Senator Andrew Lanza and the JCC of Staten Island are sponsoring the annual Special Needs Resource Fair: “What Every Caregiver Should Know” on Friday May 11, 2018 from 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. There will be over sixty exhibitors in addition to panel discussions, roundtables, seminars, and individual meetings with specialists.

Staten Island PrideFest 2018

PrideFest 2018 will celebrate the rich diversity of our LGBT and allied community by featuring multiple events over 9 days.

Cusick & SIUH Co-host Stop The Bleed Training

Today, April 10th, Assemblyman Michael Cusick (D-Mid-Island), alongside Staten Island University Hospital, hosted a Stop the Bleed Training at Assemblyman Cusick’s District Office, located at 1911 Richmond Ave, SI, NY 10314. Launched in October of 2015 by the White House, Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.