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Cayuga Health sends health workers to city

Ithaca--Cayuga Health (CH) filled two Cornell Campus-to-Campus buses with doctors, nurses and other professional staff on a medical mission to assist with the New York City COVID-19 pandemic. Community members cheered and held up posters along the route out of town in support of the staff. There was also a Facebook live stream made available of the send-off ceremony and their departure.
The Cornell buses transported the teams to New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan.
"We are proud to be sending such outstanding medical professionals and true 'Healthcare Heroes' to assist hard hit New York City in fighting this COVID-19 pandemic," stated Martin Stallone, president and CEO of Cayuga Health.
"These volunteers, and all of the health care workers at the forefront of this pandemic, are acting with courage and compassion in a situation that is both unprecedented and incredibly challenging," said Cornell University President Martha E. Pollack. "Together with our essential workers, like police, firefighters, facilities workers, food and grocery workers and others, they deserve every support we can offer them as they help to meet the critical human needs in this crisis."
Cayuga Health has two hospitals, Cayuga Medical Center and Schuyler Hospital, as well as a multi-specialty group, Cayuga Medical Associates. Combined employment, including affiliated organizations, is over 2,200 employees. CHS is clinically linked to Mayo Medical Laboratories, Rochester Regional Health for cardiac services, Roswell Park for cancer services, and the University of Rochester for neurosciences.



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