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Jorge Gardyn, MD, FACP, division chief of occupational and corporate medicine at the Nu Health System, will be honored on September 21, 2010 by the Nassau County Department of Health (NCDOH) for his contributions in the field of public health during 2009.Gardyn is a board certified internist who is currently the Division Chief of Occupational and Corporate Medicine at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow.He has been in private practice since 1990, and in 1995 started Island Occupational Medical Resources, which specializes in occupational medical examinations. Gardyn has been at the forefront of providing quality medical services for the volunteer firefighters of Nassau and Suffolk counties. For over 20 years his medical practice was in in Massapequa, where he also was an emergency room physician at Massapequa General Hospital. Gardyn's current practice is located in Amityville. 1704.10/8/13/175About Nassau Community College Nassau Community College, part of The State University of New York, is an institution where over 23,000 full- and part-time students and approximately 10,000 continuing and professional students start and continue their successful journey through higher education.
Participants - ranging from ages 5 to 21 - face disabilities including blindness, visually impaired, deaf, hearing impaired, spinal cord injured, amputees and those who have cerebral palsy, dwarfism and other physical challenges.
Immediate: October 8, 2013Chuck Cutolo 516.572.7811Email: [email protected] Steger 516.572.9634Email: [email protected]/newsreleases Garden City, NY – The Nassau Community College Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Jorge L.
Gardyn, MD, FACP has been elected unanimously by the NCC Board of Trustees to be its Chair."I look forward with energy and enthusiasm to serving my first full term as Chair of the NCC Board.
With the College as such a resource for our students' educational and career development and as such a resource for the community at large, I take on this responsibility with both humility and pride," said Dr. He added, "Community colleges are now viewed as at the forefront of economic revitalization and the retooling of our human capital.
I will strive to join with the other members of the Board, as well as the College faculty, staff and administration, to work as one in making sure that NCC is at the 'point of the spear' in this most important effort."Dr.