Ellenville Regional Hospital Stops Faxing and Starts Medsending

Ellenville Regional Hospital is proud to announce our partnership with Medsender, a digital records viewing and sharing platform that was founded in Dutchess County, New York. On October 23, 2017, Medsender deployed their software in the hospital’s medical records department. Ellenville Regional Hospital is the first hospital to offer this service for its patients. In …Click here to read more

Healthy Holiday Eating Recipe #1: Beef Barley Soup

At Ellenville Regional Hospital, we support you in your goal to eat more healthfully during the Holidays. Therefore, we will be posting a few recipes this season. Sometimes a big bowl of hearty soup is just what the doctor ordered, and what could fit that bill better than beef barley soup? This recipe is lower in …Click here to read more

Ellenville Regional Hospital Auxiliary’s Annual Meeting & Tea

On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, the Ellenville Regional Hospital Auxiliary held its Annual Meeting & Tea in the Hospital lobby. Auxiliary Board President Lillian Green, hosted the event, and introduced Hospital President Steven Kelley to present an update on the hospital. Mr. Kelley announced the purchase of a new 3D Mammography unit, which will be …Click here to read more

Employee of the Month: November 2017

Congratulations to Rebecca Decker, Registration Coordinator, our November Employee of the Month! Rebecca goes out of her way to help in registration and other departments. Rebecca is a main part of registration as well. She is hands on and informative. Rebecca is always there, available and ready to help.

My Journey to Antibiotic Stewardship (in a small, rural hospital) by Michael Stearns, RPh, CASAC, Director of Pharmacy

“Michael Stearns, RPh, is director of pharmacy at Ellenville Regional Hospital in Ellenville, NY. He notes that in recent years, the hospital participated in the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services program, which highlighted the need for effective patient-provider liaisons and improved communication and better management of antibiotic prescriptions. …Click here to read more

2017 Annual Gala and Silent Auction

On October 14, 2017, the Ellenville Regional Hospital Foundation hosted its annual Gala and Silent Auction at the White Wolf Restaurant and Lounge in Napanoch, NY. This year’s honoree was Dr. Walter Sperling, who has dedicated over 50 years caring for the residents and summer guests of Ellenville. The event, which raised almost $80,000, was …Click here to read more

The Great American Smokeout is November 16th

Every year, on the third Thursday of November, smokers across the nation take part in the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout event. Wear red to show your support on November 16th. Encourage someone you know to use the date to make a plan to quit, or plan in advance and then quit smoking that …Click here to read more

Employee of the Month: October 2017

Congratulations to Frank Ficsor, Maintenance Mechanic, our October Employee of the Month! Frank is the best! He is always pleasant and friendly, smiling and kind to anyone he sees. Frank is always willing to help – he doesn’t forget what you need and will come back if he can’t help at the moment. He will …Click here to read more

Employee of the Month: September 2017

Congratulations to “Sunny” Li Reisender-Chu, Patient Care Tech, our September Employee of the Month! Sunny is always ready to help without delay in getting patients ready for activities or to the lunch table.

Steven L. Kelley, FACHE, President & CEO Presents at The New York State Association for Rural Health Conference

Steven L. Kelley, FACHE, President & CEO of Ellenville Regional Hospital (ERH), presented at The New York State Association for Rural Health Conference at Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY on September 14, 2017, with Susanne Callahan, MA, Assistant Vice President, Planning & Development of The Institute for Family Health (IFH). The presentation was entitled: …Click here to read more