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Company Overview of North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc.
North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. owns and operates a network of hospitals, long-term care facilities, a medical research institute, and home health agencies that provides clinical care services for people in the New York metropolitan area. The company offers bariatric surgery, radiation medicine, cancer, neuroscience, and pediatrics urology services; and care services for a range of issues, which include infertility, high-risk pregnancy, urological disorders, gynecological cancers, and other obstetrical and gynecological conditions. It also provides orthopedic services, such as joint reconstructions and replacements, trauma and fracture care, reconstructive orthopedic sur...
200 Community Drive
Great Neck, NY 11021
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc.
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. Key Developments
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York Dismisses Nurse's Employment Discrimination Claims Against North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System and North Shore University Hospital
Aug 22 14
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York granted summary judgment in favor of a hospital operator on employment discrimination claims brought by an operating room nurse formerly employed by the defendant. On Jan. 15, 2013, operating room nurse Ann Krachenfels sued North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System and North Shore University Hospital, alleging disability discrimination in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the New York State Human Rights Law, and age discrimination in violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. The complaint alleged the defendants denied Krachenfels a reasonable accommodation for her discoid dermatitis, a hand condition, and subjected her to a hostile work environment because of her condition and her related accommodation request. The district court noted that Krachenfels only factual basis for asserting she was impaired in a major life activity, as required to qualify as disabled for purposes of the ADA, was her own deposition testimony that her condition caused her difficulty sleeping and pain while taking showers. Even assuming Krachenfels could establish the substantial limitation of a major life activity without medical records, the court held she failed to make such a showing here. Moreover, Krachenfels did not submit any evidence that her discoid dermatitis substantially impaired her ability to work. Accordingly, the district court held the defendants were entitled to summary judgment on that claim. The court separately held Krachenfels' claim for constructive discharge was inadequately alleged. Krachenfels testified she experienced ‘badgering’ from her coworkers that became ‘worse and worse on a daily basis’. The court held that those and other similar allegations were not sufficient to support a finding that her treatment by the defendants was objectively intolerable, as required to support such a claim. The court separately concluded that Krachenfels' allegation, in support of her retaliation claim, that she was unable to secure a requested transfer did not constitute an adverse employment action under Title VII. Under applicable Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' precedent, a transfer denial is adverse when the sought-for position was materially more advantageous than the employee's current position. In this case, the complaint contained no such support for such a finding. Accordingly, and after finding no merit to her remaining arguments, the defendants' motion for summary judgment with respect to Krachenfels' federal claims was granted in its entirety, and the court declined to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over her state law claims.
The Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute and North Shore-LIJ Health System New York Announce New York Regional Alliance for Cardiac Care
Aug 19 14
The Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute has selected the North Shore-LIJ Health System to serve as its exclusive alliance member in the New York metropolitan area. The unique alliance announced jointly by Cleveland Clinic and the North Shore-LIJ Health System is aimed at providing cardiac patients in the New York metropolitan area with new and enhanced treatment options, and greater access to clinical trials and technologies in cardiology and cardiac surgery. As part of the collaboration, North Shore-LIJ is now a member of Cleveland Clinic's Cardiovascular Specialty Network. Cleveland Clinic selected North Shore-LIJ as a member of its alliance and national Cardiovascular Specialty Network after a year-long, operational assessment of its cardiology, cardiac surgery and electrophysiology programs, including an analysis of operating rooms, intensive care units, work flows, policies and procedures, mortality rates, imaging capabilities and other services. North Shore University Hospital and LIJ Medical Center are part of a unified cardiac services program that also includes Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, Staten Island University Hospital and Southside Hospital in Bay Shore, NY. Collectively, they perform more than 2,700 surgeries, 7,100 interventional and 5,200 electrophysiology procedures annually. As the destination site for Cleveland Clinic referrals, North Shore University Hospital performs about 700 open-heart surgeries, 2,200 interventional procedures and 1,300 electrophysiology procedures annually.
Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital and North Shore-LIJ Health System's New York Head and Neck Institute Name John A. Boockvar as Director
Jun 10 14
John A. Boockvar, MD, has been named director of the Brain Tumor Center for Lenox Hill Hospital (LHH) and Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital (MEETH), part of the North Shore-LIJ Health System. Dr. Boockvar will also be the director of the Pituitary/Neuroendocrine Center and the Acoustic Neuroma program at the health system's New York Head and Neck Institute. Dr. Boockvar's cutting-edge basic and translational research program in neuro-oncology will be a part of North Shore-LIJ's Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. For the past five years, Dr. Boockvar, served as co-director of the Brain and Spinal Tumor Program at the Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center in Manhattan. At Weill Cornell Medical College, Dr. Boockvar served as director of the Brain Tumor Research Group and head of the Neurosurgical Laboratory for Brain Tumor and Translational Stem Cell Research. He also served as a member of the quality and patient safety committee, the institutional medical malpractice claims committee, and chairman of the hospitality team.
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