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  • We Are Clean, Safe, And Ready To Welcome You Back

    We Are Clean, Safe, And Ready To Welcome You Back

    For several months, during this COVID-19 pandemic, our community has responsibly isolated at home and practiced social distancing while in public. At Holy Name Medical Center, our dedicated frontline staff worked around the clock to evaluate and treat thousands of patients who came to us for COVID-19 testing and treatment. We retrofitted our medical center to safely care for patients, ...

  • Non-Smokers Develop Lung Cancer, Too

    Non-Smokers Develop Lung Cancer, Too

    More than 80% of lung cancer cases are attributed to smoking. But that means that nearly a fifth of cases afflict non-smokers, a percentage that has increased in recent years.Both environmental and genetic factors are in play when non-smokers get lung cancer. Despite marked improvements in U.S. air quality, there are still plenty of irritants and harmful pollutants in the ...

  • From The NY Rangers To HNH Fitness: Creating Your Holistic Health Goals

    From The NY Rangers To HNH Fitness: Creating Your Holistic Health Goals

    Whether you're a professional athlete or an office worker recovering from surgery, optimal health relies on a foundation of good habits: eating well, moving well, sleeping well and maintaining a healthy mind.I learned to focus on these principles while working for many years as the head strength and conditioning coach for the New York Rangers. Here at Holy Name, we have a robust ...

  • Prevention Is The Best Medicine When Dealing With Lung Cancer

    Prevention Is The Best Medicine When Dealing With Lung Cancer

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Lung cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, responsible for roughly 158,000 deaths per year and approximately 224,000 new cases diagnosed annually. However, some of the harmful effects of the disease may be reduced by early detection and cancer screenings.Unsurprisingly, the leading cause of lung cancer is smoking, which accounts for roughly 80 ...

  • Go No More: Holy Name Helps Women Tackle Uncomfortable Problem

    Go No More: Holy Name Helps Women Tackle Uncomfortable Problem

    TEANECK, N.J. -- For more than a decade, a Cliffside Park woman felt that urinary frequency and urgency was just part of her life. When out in public, she'd spend time searching for the closest bathrooms and wearing adult diapers – just in case.It wasn't until she met Raynetta Samuels, a physical therapist at Holy Name Medical Center, while accompanying her husband to his physical ...

  • Holy Name Doctor Helps Save Many Branches Of Cancer-Stricken Family Tree

    Holy Name Doctor Helps Save Many Branches Of Cancer-Stricken Family Tree

    TEANECK, N.J. -- They are a close, extended family of sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles, sharing vacations and holidays, burdens and joys. However, they also share a more serious trait: an expansive history of cancer. In just one year, one sister was diagnosed with uterine cancer and an aunt and cousin each had breast cancer. That one cousin’s diagnosis, occurring at a young age and ...

  • Holy Name Doctor Helps Young Ballplayer Strike Out Migraines For Good

    Holy Name Doctor Helps Young Ballplayer Strike Out Migraines For Good

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Every time Jimmy Miele’s baseball coach went to pat him on the head for pitching a great inning, the youngster ducked away. He also quit rough-housing with his brother and ultimately gave up jumping on the backyard trampoline, too; all to avoid any contact to his head.At only 10 years old, Jimmy was suffering from frequent and severe migraines, some lasting as long as ...

  • Holy Name Develops Cancer Treatment Plans For Mind And Body

    Holy Name Develops Cancer Treatment Plans For Mind And Body

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Until recently, a cancer diagnosis was often considered a death sentence. Fortunately, today cancer is often looked at as a chronic disease, an illness that can be treated for years, even decades.“Early detection and improved treatment are allowing people with cancer to live longer and with a better quality of life,” said Dr. Raul Parra, Medical Director of the Regional ...

  • Holy Name Tops Rankings For Quality, Culturally Sensitive Care

    Holy Name Tops Rankings For Quality, Culturally Sensitive Care

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck recently received the highest rating for quality of care in northeast New Jersey by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS.In the latest annual hospital rankings released in July, Holy Name received four stars for overall quality. It was the only hospital in Bergen, Hudson, Passaic and Essex counties to be awarded four ...