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It’s a little known secret about NYCHSRO/MedReview’s Vice President of Legal Affairs Bob Rosenbloom, that he was at one time a college basketball star. Indeed, in the 1970s, when he started for the Yeshiva University basketball team for all four years and was team captain in his senior year, he appeared on NBC News with Chuck Scarborough demonstrating his prowess on the YU court by scoring one of many baskets. In those days, his friends and fans knew him as “Rosey” Rosenbloom, the fourth all-time leading scorer at YU back then.
On May 23, NYCHSRO/MedReview’s own Hall of Famer will be honored at the Annual Hall of Fame Dinner of the Yeshiva HS Alumni Basketball Association. Bob still plays basketball weekly, except in the recent weeks when he is recovering from an on-court injury.
Board Member Richard J. Bonforte, MD, FAAP, is receiving the Community Spirit Award at the LSA Family Health Service Gala on May 20. LSA is an organization that provides food assistance and health, education, and family support services in East Harlem and surroundings. Dr. Bonforte has been a board member since 1976 and served as Board Chair from 1989 to 1998.
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The news of the expansion of NYCHSRO/MedReview’s headquarters to two full floors made headlines in the real estate section of the New York Post on April 23.
“MedReview renews, expands lease at 199 Water Street,” the headline declared. The article continued: “MedReview, a subsidiary of the New York County Health Services Organization, signed a 72,439-square-foot renewal and expansion, including an additional 35, 454 square feet.”
The new 7th floor space, which is currently under construction, will house the organization’s Coding Department and others.
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On the morning of March 18, everyone at NYCHSRO/MedReview was on hand in the boardroom for a special breakfast to celebrate the most recent recipients of the company’s Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year awards. While the company had announced their names at the time of the vote count, the breakfast was these winners’ moment of public celebration as each one received a reward check and an engraved plaque in the presence of their peers. They were Employees of the Month Yuriy Kapelnik (October), Alex Kharzis (November), Rudolph “Rudy” Moise (December), Employee of the Year 2018 Winnie Yuen, and Employee of the Year 2017 Debra Rush-Murphy. CEO Joe Stamm and EVP Helen Mutchler made the presentations.
As a longtime friend and admirer of the organization, Joe Stamm and Maurice Bortz joined COJO Flatbush for its 40th Annual Breakfast on March 3 in Brooklyn. A nonsectarian, nonprofit organization that helps the less fortunate with food, sustenance, housing, health care, social support and financial security, COJO works with diverse ethnic and cultural communities in coordination with legislative offices, government and community agencies, and the public at large. Last year 25,000 clients received 58,000 services through the program.
“I am a proud supporter,” Stamm says.
On February 5, Joseph Stamm attended an invitation-only dinner at the official residence of Ambassador Dani Dayan, Consul General of Israel in New York. The sit-down dinner for fifty included guest speakers American financier Anthony Scaramucci as well as Fox News host Pete Hegseth. “Israel: Looking Toward the Future” was the theme of the evening. The Bnai Zion Foundation sponsored the event.
On January 26, Joseph Stamm was at the Tony Bennett Concert Hall at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts to hear Queens Borough President Melinda Katz deliver her annual report on the county’s achievements and plans for the future. After being introduced by New York Senator Charles Schumer, Katz laid out an agenda that includes revamping the borough’s census count to its improve its participation in—and benefits from—the 2020 outcome; capital priorities such as education, housing, health centers, cultural institutions, technology, and security; and quality-of-life improvements such as “one continuous protected bike lane throughout Queens.”