Saying “So Long” to Cesar at Greenwich Post Office

“If anything, I help the underdog a little more. People all unique. I don’t even want to know your job title. Money doesn’t make you happy.” – Cesar Carde, set to retire after 37 years working for the Postal Service in Greenwich

CT Online License Renewals Outpace In-Person Transactions at DMV Offices

Since the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles implemented the ability for residents to renew their licenses over the internet earlier this year, the DMV has processed 85,370 online renewals between January and May. In comparison, the agency processed 60,377 renewals in-person at DMV branch offices during this same period. Governor Ned Lamont said this shows that renewing licenses online is quickly becoming the preferred method for Connecticut residents. Other DMV services that can now be completed over the internet, like the ability to change addresses, with 22,052 transactions completed online between March, when that service launched, and May. In comparison, there were 7,549 change of address requests processed in-person during this same period. Continue Reading →

Patient Experience Improves With Open Mask Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery

“We create a custom-fitted, plastic mask that holds their head in place during treatment. Our advanced technology can directly target the radiation to tumors without using an immobilization frame, which greatly enhances the patient experience by increasing comfort and reducing stress. And the opening in the mask for the eyes and nose causes much less claustrophobia than classic masks.” – Bruce McGibbon, MD, director of Radiation Oncology Continue Reading →