Understanding Family Cancer History & Risk Factors
Thursday, May 31 | 6 p.m.
Howland Public Library
313 Main Street | Beacon, NY

Join Dr. Marc Rappaport for a discussion on how your family’s medical history could impact your chances of  developing certain types of cancer. In addition, learn about various cancer risk factors and what can be done to help mitigate them, including lifestyle choices and medical options to discuss with your physician.

Consider the Conversation
a documentary on a taboo subject
Tuesday, June 5 | 5:30 p.m.
Newburgh Armory Unity Center
321 S. William Street | Newburgh, NY

HOSPICE of Orange and Sullivan Counties and St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital present this free film presentation and community conversation. Co-produced by two friends,their experiences of end of life issues within their own lives pushed them into this project on a very personal level. Reserve your seat online by clicking below or contact Janice Valentino at (845) 561-6143 x324 or



Free Prostate Cancer Screening
Wednesday, June 13 | 3-5 p.m.
Littman Cancer Center | CROS Suite
19 Laurel Avenue | Cornwall, NY

Dr. Jaspreet Singh, Co-Chair of SLCH Urology Services, will provide a free prostate cancer screening, including a physical exam and PSA blood test. If you're at least 50 years old, or have had an immediate relative diagnosed with prostate cancer before their 65th birthday, you may be eligible for this free screening program. Patients already under the care of a urologist and/or those already diagnosed with prostate cancer are not eligible to participate. For more information, or to book an appointment, contact Karen Ciardullo, Clinical Coordinator of Oncology Services, at (845) 249-5365 or Appointments are mandatory.





Men's Health Lunch & Learn
Friday, June 15
11:45 a.m. (Lunch) | 12 p.m. (Presentation)
SLCH Drake Conference Center
70 Dubois Street | Newburgh, NY

Dr. Manita Sawhney, a St. Luke’s Cornwall Medical Group primary care physician, and Dr. Jaspreet Singh, Co-Chair of St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital Urology Services, will give a free presentation on the importance of preventing avoidable health problems among men and boys, emphasizing the value of early detection and treatment of issues, including prostate cancer. Space is limited! Register by clicking below or calling (845) 784-3849.