Center for Holistic Medicine at United Hospital in the Press
Excerpts from The Daily Item (Gannett Suburban Newspapers), Article entitled Hospital Merges Alternative Therapies, Medical Mainstream, July 15, 1998:
“Port Chester center 1st in area to seize trend as patients sought care elsewhere.
...United Hospital Medical Center — which just opened a new Center for Holistic Medicine — is among the first in the country to begin integrating a program of holistic care into a traditional medical system. Administrators said they were convinced that modern science and alternative techniques could walk hand in hand.
United’s leap into alternative care came at the suggestion of two of its physicians: Jack Stern, the hospital’s chief of neurosurgery, and orthopedic surgeon Seth Neubardt.”
Excerpts from Natural Way for Better Health, Article entitled The Hospital of the 21st Century, October 1998:
“Walk into the United Hospital Medical Center of Port Chester, N.Y., and you’ll see all the typical fixtures of a small-town hospital — until you ride the elevator to Nirvana, better known as The Center for Holistic Medicine.
The idea for the center — which currently provides out-patient services and may eventually provide in-patient treatments — began its journey from dream to reality in 1996. Then, Drs. Jack Stern, Seth Neubardt and Joel Haber met with the hospital administration and shared their vision. They wanted to add a new service to the hospital, something they believed was unlike anything that had been done anywhere before.”
Excerpts from Gannett Newspapers, Article entitled Taking An All-Out Approach to Health, May 18, 1998:
“Advances in alternative medicine are marked by events such as the opening last week of a pioneering Center for Holistic Medicine as a full department of United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester.”
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