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Northern Westchester Hospital

(914) 610-4849 | 400 East Main Street | Mount Kisco, NY 10549

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Posted January 11, 2017 By

Northern Westchester Hospital offers state-of-the-art technology and award winning patient care. Our hospital and health care professionals go through extensive education and training to ensure that patients and family members are well-taken care of and comfortable. Our specialties include Bariatric Surgery, Cancer Treatment, Cardiovascular Disease, Gamma Knife and Robotic Surgery just to name a few. Our awards and accreditations speak to how well trained our staff is and how important we believe that our services and care should be.

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A Very Special Lady

Author’s Note: May 23 was our mother’s birthday. Please enjoy meeting her again.

Our mother was a loving and caring woman, always ready to listen. Her warmth and welcoming nature made anyone who entered her home feel that this was truly where they belonged. 

When I was a teenager, my girlfriends loved to stay overnight. Mom would bring cookies and milk up to my room and sit ...

A Dog Day Afternoon

Two weeks ago Gidget and I attended the 12th annual Dog Walk and Pet Fair at FDR Park in Yorktown. The event was billed as a fund-raising event for dogs of all shapes and sizes, but most of the participants were dog-shaped. Gidget is the feisty, impertinent, gorgeous, 45-pound, natural redheaded actress that I’ve been seen around town with. You can see her in her starring role in ...

A Rainy Afternoon

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When our son, Chris, was about 4 years old, he attended nursery school at Elizabeth Seton College in Yonkers, run by the ...

College or BOCES?

Dear Dr. Linda,

I was out to lunch with three friends and since we all have kids in high school, the conversation focused on whether to take SATs or ACTs or both and which colleges they were looking at.

I chimed in and said my boys aren’t going to college. They’re going to BOCES. The conversation stopped because I don’t think they knew what to say. Then, Jane, my closest ...

Long Live Memorial Day

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Given the choice between using a regular door and a revolving door, I always choose the regular door. I’ve been that way since birth. OK, maybe not birth because I’m fairly certain there was no revolving door where I made my way into the world. But for as long as I can remember, I have been reluctant to go through them. No, not reluctant. Phobic. Truthfully, I am afraid of revolving ...

Thank You for the Support

May 26, 2017

Dear Somers Friends,

I want to take a moment to thank all of you for your support and kindness. I was able to run for a seat on the Board of Education only because of the many folks who supported me in this endeavor. I am immensely grateful to all of you who took the time and made the effort to help me in this process. 

On Tuesday, May 16, I spent the whole day outside the polls and ...