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Two Stony Brook Hospitals Named National Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality

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Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; Michael Collins, Site Administrator; and Judith Kasen-Windsor unveiled signage for the Edie Windsor Center at 335-B Meeting House Lane in Southampton, which was formally the David E. Rogers, MD Center. The name change reflects plans for the Edie Windsor Center to serve as a dynamic conduit to an expanding array of initiatives as part of the Hospital's vision of reimagining the healthcare landscape on the East End.     COURTESY STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL

Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; Michael Collins, Site Administrator; and Judith Kasen-Windsor unveiled signage for the Edie Windsor Center at 335-B Meeting House Lane in Southampton, which was formally the David E. Rogers, MD Center. The name change reflects plans for the Edie Windsor Center to serve as a dynamic conduit to an expanding array of initiatives as part of the Hospital's vision of reimagining the healthcare landscape on the East End. COURTESY STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL

Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital raises the rainbow flag at the hospital. COURTESY STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL

Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital raises the rainbow flag at the hospital. COURTESY STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL

authorMichelle Trauring on Sep 19, 2020
Any time Robert Chaloner sees a new doctor, he walks into the medical office with trepidation, often thinking to himself, “I wonder how they’re going to react when I tell... more

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