New York Presbyterian Health Matters - Stories of Science, Care & Wellness

Three New Organs, One New Life

One year after undergoing a 23-hour triple transplant that gave him two new lungs, a liver, and a kidney, 24-year-old Raymond Fermin says, “I wake up every day feeling grateful that I’m still here and that I can breathe now.”

Read More

Dr. Tomoaki Kato Reflects on His Harrowing Battle with COVID-19

One year after surviving COVID-19, the world-renowned transplant surgeon looks back at his near-death experience — and credits his colleagues with saving him.

Read More

A Legacy of Hope

As Linda Espinosa plans to retire after 44 years at NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center, the chief nursing officer reflects on earning high honors, fighting a private battle with cancer, and always giving her patients and colleagues reasons to find joy.

Read More