On the move
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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