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News & Events

Healthy at Home: Building Strength, Nutrition and Resilience

Experts agree that a healthy lifestyle, including exercise and good nutrition, can improve your general well-being and lower your risk of serious illness and disability. Striving to be your healthiest self is also essential when you are recovering from stroke, an injury, infection or medical procedure. Three leading Weill Cornell Medicine experts will guide you through the steps to returning to good health in the comfort of your own home. Featuring: Dr. Jaspal "Ricky" Singh and Janet Lau, RDN, CDN, CLT Moderator: Dr. Joel Stein

Last Patient in COVID Recovery Unit Goes Home!

Tears flow as Agustin Tlathuetl sees his children for the first time in months and thanks his caregivers at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center for giving him a second chance at life. After two months in the ICU, Tlathuetl's condition slowly but steadily improved, and he was eventually weaned off the ventilator and moved to the COVID Recovery Unit, under the direction of Dr. Leroy Lindsay and Dr. Laura Kolbe.

Recovering from COVID-19? Here are some challenges you may experience.

We now know that being COVID free does not mean recovery. Patients are known to suffer varying after-effects inclduing weakness, P.T.S.D., cognitive decline, among other issues. The New Yorker interviewed Dr. Alfred Gellhorn, one of our Rehabilitation Medicine physicians redeployed on the frontlines, on what health after COVID looks like. Dr. Gellhorn spoke about the importance of rehabilitation to build back strength and cognitive function, in addition to the importance of addressing the mental issues that patients may be suffering.

COVID-19 Update for our Patients

Patients who have an appointment scheduled should be in touch with our office to determine if they should:

  • Keep the scheduled appointment
  • Convert the appointment to a video-visit
  • Defer the appointment until a later date when they are able to see the physician in person.

Staff will assist them with adjusting their appointment if needed, including conversion to a televisit.


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