The NY Palisades report that the book Zimmerman – legless swimmer – Albany–New York printed photographs in their Alpine Boat Basin.
Patients, staff, and visitors to Harlem Hospital will soon be greeted by a familiar friendly (and fuzzy) face—Snoopy!
The first Harlem Hospital, opened at the junction of 120th Street and the East River in 1887. By 1903, construction had begun on a new Harlem Hospital on the east side of Lenox Avenue between 136th and 137th streets in central Harlem.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that as part of its Medical Opportunities for Students and Aspiring Inclusive Clinicians (MOSAIC) program.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals were again recognized by the American Heart Association for their commitment to quality care in heart failure.
By Bretton Love The early morning hours of Friday, July 7th, 2023, were anything but serene for the patients and staff of Mount Sinai Hospital in East Harlem.
Fourth of July usually means big-time sales and trips to get away for a long weekend.
NYC Health + Hospitals has launched a new season of farmers’ markets, situated at public hospitals and community health centers throughout the city.
Harlem, located in the northern part of Manhattan, has been an important cultural center for the African American community since the early 20th century.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem CEO Georges H. Leconte, MPA, FAB, RRT allowed cameras to follow him as he prepped and underwent a routine colonoscopy.
NYSNA nurses at eight hospitals, including NewYork-Presbyterian, Montefiore, Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Morningside in Harlem.
NYC Health + Hospitals announced today that, in coordination with the NYC Health Department, public hospitals and mobile vaccination clinics administered over 15,000 doses.
In 1989 UPI reports that Princess Diana hugged and stroked children suffering from AIDS in a visit to a Harlem hospital today and questioned a doctor about the deadly disease.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced its new Biosurveillance Program, which tests wastewater for infectious diseases.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals were again recognized by the American Heart Association for commitment to quality care.