2004-02-27 / Community

SJEH Blood Drive Called A Success

SJEH Blood Drive Called A Success


St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, South Shore, recently held a blood drive for the New York Blood Center. According to Dr. John Boyle, Director of the Laboratory, many new people came out to donate from the community and among Hospital staff. He distributed tickets to the Bronx Zoo to donors and raffled off a basket of gourmet food. Pictured, Marcia Markowitz, Program Coordinator of the UHF Volunteer Program (left), handed a restorative glass of juice to donor Nicole Tamanaha, Touro College medical student (seated), while volunteer Sandi Rosenfeld looked on.St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, South Shore, recently held a blood drive for the New York Blood Center. According to Dr. John Boyle, Director of the Laboratory, many new people came out to donate from the community and among Hospital staff. He distributed tickets to the Bronx Zoo to donors and raffled off a basket of gourmet food. Pictured, Marcia Markowitz, Program Coordinator of the UHF Volunteer Program (left), handed a restorative glass of juice to donor Nicole Tamanaha, Touro College medical student (seated), while volunteer Sandi Rosenfeld looked on.
Dr. Boyle, Director of the Laboratory, chatted with Lisa Choleff, DO, Family Practice chief resident.Dr. Boyle, Director of the Laboratory, chatted with Lisa Choleff, DO, Family Practice chief resident.

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