"Early on, I learned about the great gift a surgeon can give a growing person, and how exceptional HSS is."
From left to right: Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus Dr. Thomas P. Sulco, Mary Waldron, Chief of the Surgical Arthritis Service Dr. Mark P. Figgie, and Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Todd J. Albert, celebrating the investiture of Dr. Figgie into the Allan E. Inglis...
Your will and other basic estate planning documents allow you to establish how you, your family, and those you care about will be provided for in the future. It is important to periodically review these documents to ensure that they reflect your...
Without Parting With Assets Today
Many people have been inspired to support the causes and organizations they are most passionate about this year. But parting with assets right now may not be an option for everyone. Discover two ways you can make a difference at Hospital for Special Surgery, no matter your financial status.
Ways to Upgrade Your Estate Plan
Over the past months, many families have taken time to think about the future. This has led many people to create their wills to protect loved ones. Though a will is an important document, it’s not the only one that should be a part of your estate plan.
3 Tips to Finish the Year Strong
If making year-end gifts is on your to-do list in these final months of 2020, save yourself time and hassle when the busy tax season arrives next spring by getting your records in order and keeping important dates in mind.
“There was nothing more important to Susan and Barney than to give back.”
Susan and Barney Vavroch The late Susan Vavroch was a patient at Hospital for Special Surgery for her entire life. As a young child, she was treated by Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus Dr. Philip D. Wilson, Sr. and throughout her adulthood she was under...