NewYork-Presbyterian Honors Florence and Herbert Irving with Inaugural Samuel Bard Award
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has named Florence and Herbert Irving the inaugural recipients of the Samuel Bard Leadership Award for Commitment to Health Care. Named for Samuel Bard, an influential physician and educator in early American health care, the award honors individuals who have demonstrated a remarkable level of commitment to improving health care through philanthropy and advocacy. The Irvings received the award at a luncheon and ceremony on Wednesday, November 20. More
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