As St. Joseph’s alumna Sandra Lindsay, a critical care nurse manager at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, strode into the conference room of Long Island Jewish Medical Center last month,…
St. Joseph’s College graduate Sandra Lindsay ’99 — the Long Island nurse who last month became the first person in the country to receive a COVID-19 vaccine — will be…
Before we fully embrace 2019, we’re saying goodbye to 2018 with a recap of some of St. Joseph’s College’s important moments throughout the past year.
SJC Long Island health administration professor John Sardelis, DrPH, discussed changes in health care with Mark Solazzo, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Northwell Health.
A group of 10 junior and senior nursing students at St. Joseph’s College each received a golden ticket that will give them the chance to meet high-level administrators and interact with…
Four SJC Long Island students are serving an internship at Northwell Health’s Office of the Chief Information Officer in Melville, New York, this summer.
Susan Fay Somerville ’90 makes some heart-healthy changes at Northwell Health’s Peconic Bay Medical Center as vice president of clinical transformation.
Northwell Health invited 12 nursing students from St. Joseph’s College to attend their 10th annual Golden Ticket Nursing Showcase tomorrow, Jan 10.
On Nov. 15, John Sardelis, Dr.P.H.; and 20 students from his health care classes visited Northwell’s Innovation Center in New Hyde Park.
Northwell Health taps two HTM students for its first-ever hospitality in health care internship — an internship one of the two students helped create.