Thank you for everyone’s continuous prayers during the jarring and beleaguered times my family went through. I am so relieved that my 97-year-old grandmother, a COVID-19 patient, was recently discharged from White Plains Hospital!
They took such amazing care of her! I can’t thank your staff enough. They spoke with me over the phone every day, answering my endless questions and explaining every minute detail. They even gave me the opportunity to connect with my grandmother through FaceTime. She is no longer tenuous, lethargic, or showing severe COVID-19 symptoms like she did before! She is slowly but surely getting better. Keep on keeping on. This too shall pass and we will ALL get through this!
We're so blessed to have this wonderful facility...the doctors, nurses and technicians do their job in the most professional and loving way. White Plains Hospital is the best of them all!
I was well taken care of at White Plains Hospital and had complete confidence from the day I arrived until the day I left after my last procedure.
Having undergone the first leadless pacemaker implementation to occur at White Plains Hospital, I can affirm its ease, Dr. Wang popped it in and that was it…Going forward, I felt fine!
One day last spring, after fainting suddenly my doctors found that I had a very slow heart rate, a condition called bradycardia that often accompanies AFib.
To regulate my heartbeat, I needed a pacemaker— Dr. Wang felt that I was a strong candidate for a new type of pacemaker called the Micra transcatheter pacing system. Having undergone the first leadless pacemaker implementation to occur at White Plains Hospital, I can affirm its ease, Dr. Wang popped it in and that was it…Going forward, I felt fine!
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 50, I knew I needed to find a surgeon who not only had outstanding clinical skill, but a caring and compassionate bedside manner. I found that in Dr. Preya Ananthakrishnan, Director of Breast Surgery at White Plains Hospital. When I met with her, I got this feeling that came over me—this warm, peaceful, good feeling about this doctor. I walked out of there educated. I knew my decision without being scared out of my mind. I knew I was in the best of hands.
Gastric sleeve surgery has given me a second chance in life and the support and the staff at White Plains Hospital is what I attribute to my success.
As I lost the weight, I gained energy, health and a positive attitude. This was not an easy decision, but one I wish I would have done long ago. The support of my family, friends and the staff at White Plains Hospital is what I attribute to my success. Losing 110lbs has made life more enjoyable and ultimately has helped me to physically and mentally tackle my MS issues.
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