Adina Genn | Long Island Business News | March 11, 2022
Featured image: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, walks under a camouflage net in a trench as he visits the war-hit Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, Dec. 6, 2021. (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP, File)
Just hours after Vladimir Putin’s Russia began shelling a nuclear power plant in Kyiv, Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, stood inside one of the health system’s distribution centers in Bethpage. There, team members had already packed up 28 pallets holding 18,000 pounds of desperately needed life-saving supplies. Blood-clotting agents, thoracic tubes, pediatric provisions and other supplies, valued at $160,000, would be making its way to Ukraine.