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Auxiliary supports advanced technology at Breast Center

Monday, August 7, 2017

As a premier healthcare facility, Greenwich Hospital invests in the most advanced diagnostic and treatment technology available. Recently, the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary donated funds to purchase the Hologic Affirm prone biopsy table. This generous gift was received in support of the June Under the Stars fundraiser “Wish List,” a selection of items compiled by physicians … Read More

Frank J. Gilbride II, new member GH Board of Trustees

Thursday, July 20, 2017

In the boardroom: Meet Frank J. Gilbride II, new member of the Greenwich Hospital Board of Trustees As one of the founders of Gilbride, Tusa, Last and Spellane LLC, Frank Gilbride has been practicing law for almost 50 years.  He heads the Private Clients Group at the 19 attorney Greenwich and New York City law … Read More

Grateful patient creates own fundraiser for Bendheim Cancer Center

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Former cancer patient and employee of Greenwich Hospital, Mike D’Andrea, wanted to show his appreciation for the wonderful care he had received. On June 25, 2017, Mike held his own ‘Dance for Cancer Cure’ fundraiser at the Old Greenwich Civic Center. In exchange for live music by ETA band, refreshments and dancing, guests gave donations … Read More

Gavin DeGraw Under the Stars 2017

Gavin DeGraw Performs at “Under the Stars” event

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Popular fundraiser benefits women’s and children’s health services at the hospital June 25, 2017 –  Guests were delighted by the soulful rock sound of Gavin DeGraw at this year’s Under the Stars event that raised over $700,000 for Women’s and Children’s Health at Greenwich Hospital. DeGraw is a GRAMMY® nominated, multi-platinum selling singer and songwriter, who performed many … Read More

Robot-assisted da Vinci Xi Surgical System in 4th Generation at Hospital

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Robotic, minimally-invasive surgery has dramatically changed the experience of surgery for dozens of patients at Greenwich Hospital. Now in its fourth generation, the da Vinci Xi surgical system uses enhanced cameras for 3D visualization and surgeon-controlled robotic arms for precise movements. Patients generally experience smaller incisions, less pain, fewer complications and a quicker recovery. The … Read More