Events

 

Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley, P.C strongly believes in supporting and giving back to our community. Our Physicians and Staff are closely connected to our community, and therefore we make it our goal to give back, participating in monthly fundraisers within the office. The proceeds are donated to our local shelters and organizations helping to support those in need.

 

 

MAHV attended the 2022 Walk To End Alzheimer’s Event on October 15th at the Walkway Over The Hudson.

We are proud to announce MAHV raised $1850.00 to help support the Alzheimer’s Association!

Great job MAHV family and thank you to all who joined us in the walk event!

 

Walk to End Alzheimer's Event 2022

For the month of September, we chose the Benedictine Health Foundation’s Rosemary D. Gruner Memorial Cancer Fund, who organized the Bike for Cancer Care event. Our practice attended the Bike for Cancer Care event and we are proud to announce that MAHV has raised $1000.00 for the Bike for Cancer Care event organized by the Benedictine Health Foundation: Rosemary D. Gruner Memorial Cancer Fund. WOOHOOO!

Great job MAHV family and thank you to all who joined us in the walk event!

Bike for Cancer Care Event 2022

Greystone Programs helps provide life-enriching programs to children, adults and families with Autism and other developmental disabilities! MAHV helped raise money to contribute to help provide these programs!

Greystone Leap for Autism

On Friday February 3rd, 2017 MAHV went Red Supporting National Wear Red Day as February is American Heart Month!

American Heart Month

Giving Back

MAHV Providers give back by going on Medical Missions around the world to service people in need of Healthcare. We have traveled to Tibet in 2012 and 2014, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

In August of 2014, MAHV Drs. Kutler, Moss and Karnasiewicz had the opportunity to treat approximately 2000 people
with a crew of 7 physicians. Click to read about the trip and view photos.

Tibet - 2014
Nicaragua

Drs. Moss, Karnasiewicz and Kutler served the village of Piedra Menuda in Nindirí, Nicaragua with nine Tulane medical students.
They were able to see 30 patients each morning and afternoon. Click to learn more.

Nicaragua