On the move

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - LOCAL NEWS -

Ar­lene Sabo, di­rec­tor of safety and se­cu­rity at Vas­sar Col­lege, of Pough­keep­sie, N.Y. has been named pres­i­dent of New York Women in Law En­force­ment.

The or­ga­ni­za­tion was founded in 2009 to rep­re­sent di­verse ar­eas of law en­force­ment within New York state.

Sabo has been with Vas­sar since 2015. Pre­vi­ously, she served as chief of university po­lice at SUNY Platts­burgh. She was also the di­rec­tor of the Eq­uity Com­mis­sion at SUNY Platts­burgh and ad­vised Clin­ton County on its Vi­o­lence In­ter­ven­tion Project.

At SUNY Platts­burgh, Sabo chaired the task force on fair and im­par­tial polic­ing and the pres­i­dent’s com­mis­sion on per­sonal safety.

She re­ceived bach­e­lor of science and mas­ter of science de­grees in ed­u­ca­tion from Castle­ton State Col­lege and SUNY Post­dam, re­spec­tively, and also com­pleted ad­di­tional grad­u­ate study in coun­selor ed­u­ca­tion at SUNY Platts­burgh. Sabo also earned ex­ec­u­tive po­lice lead­er­ship cer­ti­fi­ca­tion from the FBI Na­tional Academy.

••• Dr. Michael Moscowitz, of Red Hook, N.Y., and the son of long­time Kingston or­tho­pe­dic sur­geon Dr. Richard Moscowitz, has joined HealthAl­liance Hos­pi­tal Broad­way Cam­pus in Kingston, N.Y., as a gen­eral sur­geon.

Moscowitz was born in Kingston, went to Kingston High School and stud­ied medicine and surgery at Chicago Med­i­cal School. He did his gen­eral surgery res­i­dency at New Jersey’s Mor­ris­town Med­i­cal Cen­ter.

Moscowitz fo­cuses on the ab­domen and its con­tents, in­clud­ing the stom­ach, small bowel, colon, liver, pan­creas, gall­blad­der and bile ducts. He also deals with dis­eases in­volv­ing the skin, breast and soft tis­sue, her­nias and pe­riph­eral vas­cu­lar surgery, as well as trauma and emer­gency surgery.

Dr. Lorri Perry of Kingston, N.Y., re­cently joined more than 300 Amer­i­can hear­ing care pro­fes­sion­als on a hu­man­i­tar­ian mis­sion to re­mote, ru­ral com­mu­ni­ties on the trop­i­cal is­land of Fiji.

The vol­un­teer team worked with the staff of Project H.E.A.V.E.N., a char­i­ta­ble trust or­ga­ni­za­tion that aims to pro­vide hear­ing health care for the is­land repub­lic’s un­der­served pop­u­la­tions. In a se­ries of daily clin­ics, the vol­un­teers con­ducted hear­ing screenings and fit 200 hear­ing aids on lo­cal chil­dren and adults. The Oti­con Hear­ing Foun­da­tion do­nated the hear­ing aids and an ar­ray of au­di­o­log­i­cal equip­ment that will en­able Project H.E.A.V.E.N. staff to pro­vide on­go­ing hear­ing care for Fiji’s need­i­est pop­u­la­tions.

••• Nurse prac­ti­tioner Kristina San­tos, of New Paltz, N.Y., has joined jHealth Quest Med­i­cal Prac­tice’s pri­mary care of­fice in Mo­dena, N.Y., where she pro­vides health­care ser­vices that fo­cus on fam­ily care for all ages, in­clud­ing the preven­tion, di­ag­no­sis and treat­ment of com­mon ill­nesses and med­i­cal con­di­tions.

For the pre­vi­ous four years, she was with Hud­son Val­ley Fam­ily Physi­cians, a fam­ily medicine prac­tice based in Ul­ster County. She also has worked in var­i­ous hos­pi­tal emer­gency de­part­ments, in­clud­ing Health Quest’s Put­nam Hos­pi­tal Cen­ter, and is pro­fi­cient in trauma, car­diac, stroke, wound care and in­fu­sions.

She holds a mas­ter’s de­gree in nurs­ing from Mount Saint Mary Col­lege in New­burgh, N.Y., and is board cer­ti­fied as a fam­ily nurse prac­ti­tioner. She earned a bach­e­lor’s de­gree in nurs­ing from the State University of New York at New Paltz in 2006.

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