The pandemic has reminded us of the importance of community – a community that cares for each other in the best and in the worst of times. Local Girl Scout Troop 60224 was among those who proudly supported Overlook in a special way.
There are members of our communities, who have stepped up in myriad ways to support those on the frontlines of care. And then there is 18-year-old Haris Shareef – a young man who sees every challenge as a call to action.
Geodi Bader and Joshua Fiske, MD are longtime friends with a unique bond…both of their lives were in jeopardy, and both were saved here at Overlook.
It was a typical day at work for Joanne Castronova until, suddenly, it wasn’t.
It was a Sunday and 30-year-old Joseph Venezia was sitting in Overlook’s Emergency Department (ED), awaiting the results of a CT scan on his brain.
A diagnosis of breast cancer is terrifying for anyone. Imagine the impact of those words when you’ve already lost your mother and your sister to the disease.
For the more than one thousand patients cared for here each year, the Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center delivers state-of-the-art care while easing minds, comforting families, and keeping hope alive.
Some 200 guests moseyed over to the Mendham farm of Sol and Meri Barer, longtime supporters of Overlook, to enjoy a good old barn dance and dinner to benefit advances in breast cancer surgery at Overlook Medical Center.