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Thursday, July 11, 2013

American Drivers Don't Need To Worry Surging WTI Oil Prices

... forming. "In spite of fact that supplies of crude oil at the NYMEX hub in Cushing, OK are brimming, guys living in Greenwich, CT and Bronxville, NY now own 5 the amount of physical oil sitting in tank," said energy expert Stephen Schork in a note ...


William R. Desmond, 83, Of Greenwich, Korean War Vet., Retired Electrician

Desmond was the son of William V. and Jessie Mae Desmond. He was raised and educated in Greenwich and a vVeteran of the US Navy serving during the Korean War.


Janet Brooks, 95, Formerly Of Greenwich, Owned The Needlepoint Shop

Brooks was born in Greenwich, Conn., daughter of Harold P. and Gwendolyn Newton.


A tale of two zones

... was contracted by Francis Development to design and install a snowmelt system for an expansive property located in Greenwich, Conn. In total, the system would have to accommodate for 8,500-sq.ft., including a stone patio with living space ...


Trending: How We Get (Cross)fit

... States, including 77 in Connecticut - and 18 in southwestern Connecticut, including five in Stamford, one in Greenwich, two in Danbury and one in Fairfield, among others. Iron Resolve, opened in March by Felipe Polanco and Mike Nguyen , is an ...


Reader Submitted: Filming Of Movie May Disrupt Traffic In Greenwich And Stamford On Route 15

ASIG Productions will be filming a scene from "And So It Goes" a film directed by Rob Reiner starring Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas on Route 15 using both northbound and southbound sides in the town of Greenwich and the City of Stamford between EXITS 31 and 34. Movie production personnel and equipment will also be located in the right shoulder ... (more)


Find Your Free 7-Eleven Slurpee Near Greenwich

It's July 11, which can only mean one thing: It's free Slurpee day at your local 7-Eleven.


Paul C. Disario, 93, Formerly Of Old Greenwich

... the War, he received a M.S. from Harvard University. He and his wife Dorothy moved to Geyserville in 2005 from Old Greenwich where they had lived for 45 years. He held engineering and executive positions in engineering and construction companies, ...


Margarita Serrell McGrath, 72, Of Greenwich, Nurse At Greenwich Hospital

McGrath was born May 27, 1941, to Dr. Howard P. and Margarita N. Serrell in Greenwich.


Fallen Tree Cleared From Northbound I-95 In Greenwich

A tree is blocking two lanes of northbound I-95 near Exit 5 in Greenwich at about 8:50 a.m. Thursday, causing huge traffic backups.


Off-duty NYPD officer accused of attempted rape

... were without power. A fierce and fast-moving thunderstorm apparently downed a tree along Interstate 95 in Greenwich, Connecticut. The tree landed on the right lane on the northbound side. Traffic through the area was crawling past the scene. It is ...


Storm downs tree on I-95 in Connecticut

A fierce and fast-moving thunderstorm apparently downed a tree along Interstate 95 in Greenwich, Connecticut.


I-95: Tree falls on truck; NB backup

A tree fell on a tanker truck on northbound Interstate 95 in Greenwich, Conn., slowing traffic back into Westchester.


Fallen Tree Blocks Two Lanes Of Northbound I-95 In Greenwich

A tree is blocking two lanes of northbound I-95 near Exit 5 in Greenwich at about 8:50 a.m. Thursday, causing huge traffic backups.


The Unemployed, Disabled And Seniors Of Greenwich Often Have Trouble Getting A Slot In The Greenwich Hospital Outpatient Clinic And Are Often Denied Access....

But A Bar Owner From Port Chester Who Gives Out Free Liquor Gets Unlimited Greenwich Hospital Healthcare Benefits At Little Or No Cost.....

Greenwich Hospital CEO Frank Corvinno Reigns Over Fraud, Waste And Abuse

Greenwich Hospital has been under steady decline over the last decade, despite the hospital receiving over 140 million in very generous philanthropic donations in recent years.


Many in Greenwich are starting to wonder if Greenwich Hospital President Frank Corvino's pharmacy administration degree is adequate to properly lead a Yale affilated hospital with 174 patient beds, 32 bassinets, 1,910 employees, and a $324 million operating budget.

As a a 14-year-old stock boy who worked at the corner pharmacy, blocks from his Bronx home Frank Corvino At 16 this teenager from Arthur Avenue was filling prescriptions for the pharmacist.

Mr. Corvino graduated from Fordham’s College of Pharmacy in 1971.

Now the Pharm Boy is in charge of healthcare facility situated on nearly 10 acres,

Greenwich Hospital (along with Yale-New Haven and Bridgeport Hospitals) is in the Yale New Haven Health System.

Greenwich Hospital annually provides over 50,000 patient days of care, and has over 13,000 admissions, and over 43,000 visits to its emergency room.

Greenwich Hospital annually also performs over 14,000 ambulatory and over 9,000 Operating room procedures.


In an magazine article about Mr. Corvino taking helm of Greenwich Hospital, the following was written:

"In 1988, when Corvino was looking for different challenges, he applied to be GH’s chief operating officer. Once he arrived, though, “I thought, ‘Boy, did I make a mistake.’"

An example of how the Fordham College of Pharmacy graduate is unable to properly manage Greenwich Hospital can be found in the Greenwich Hospital Outpatient Clinic that serves towns poor and mentally disabled patients.

One of the so-called indigent of working class Greenwich Hospital Outpatient Clinic patients is the decades long New York Entrepreneur who owns the Tequila Blue Restaurant And Bar at 139 North Main Street in Port Chester, NY.


Rents for many Port Chester restaurants and bars start at $8,000 per month.

When this Port Chester food and beverage entrepreneur comes to the Greenwich Hospital with her Outpatient Clinic card, she is greeted and hugged by the staff of Dr. Stephen Jones who directs the second floor clinic.

But, Dr. Stephen Jones' front administrative staff is just returning the favor, because when they visit Tequila Blue to eat and drink for free they are warmly greeted and hugged by the owner, who doesn't need to buy healthcare insurance.

Yet long time Greenwich residents who suffer from mental ailments, are unemployed and even homeless are turned away from the Greenwich Hospital Out Patient Clinic.

Dr. Stephen Jones' administrative staff is able to help friends and family members to free healthcare, because they are able to get them Greenwich Hospital Health Clinic membership, by exempting them from providing income tax returns.

Basically, Dr. Stephen Jones'administrative staff only requires a letter from a supposed employer saying the person was paid in cash.

These "I Paid So And So Cash" letters from Port Chester, NY have ran up clinic cost so much that that Greenwich Hospital has had to close the dental clinic and cut layoff clinic psychiatrists and other employees.

But who cares as long as Dr Jones' staff gets wined, dined and pocket lined on Frank Corvino's watch at Greenwich Hospital.

Greenwich Hospital administrators Christine Beechner has said that she is investigating the abuse of the Greenwich Hospital Outpatient clinic by Port Chester restaurant and bar owners who like treat Greenwich Hospital employees to free alcohol and food.


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