The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation & the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services cordially invite you to participate in a free…Health Insurance 101 Workshop Just in time for Open Enrollment for Medicare and New York State of Health!
Check out an exciting interactive stage play that exposes all ages to health and science called Morgan’s Big Biology Test.
Come out and take a swing of the golf club and the tennis racket at the Fifth Annual Golf And Tennis Outing for the Benefit of the Harlem Hospital Center on Monday, August 11, 9-4 pm, 2014.
Join the Summer Recital Walt’s Bevy of Beauty Babes Live from the Champagne Lounge with participants of the “Dance of the Village Elders” program for a tribute to the culture of the Village of Harlem.
Join the Friends of Harlem Hospital Center for the Golf and Tennis Outing to Benefit of Harlem only hospital the Harlem Center in Harlem, New York.
The sprawling Javits Center in Manhattan, normally a host of conventions, soon will become a temporary hospital set up to deal with the new coronavirus, announced Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
With a commitment to providing access as well as serving a growing and diverse population, SUNY College of Optometry commemorates Veterans Day by honoring its
HHC Harlem Hospital Center today celebrated the opening of its newly renovated and expanded dental clinic. The $6.3 million project brings increased patient capacity along with new dentistry and imaging equipment to a clinic that last year handled over 21,000 patient visits.
Mt. Sinai Hospital has inked a deal to open a dialysis center in East Harlem. The community-oriented dialysis center will take 14,500 square feet on the fourth floor of 520 East 117th Street, more commonly known as the East River Plaza. The center will offer direct access from the parking garage and from internal vertical transportation.
By Paul A. Pipia, MD, “New York physicians are deeply concerned about the Assembly’s passage of bill (A.6698/S.6636) that would harm access to quality health care for patients, particularly in underserved communities.
Harlem Bazaar, produced by MHG Events, announces its mission to become the largest arts and crafts market in NYC while also satisfying Uptown’s hunger for a vibrant brunch scene.
In the bustling metropolis of Harlem, amidst the splendor of the Gilded Age, a magnificent steamboat took center stage.
The Health Department launched a new campaign that urges New Yorkers to put plants on their plates and adopt a healthy balanced diet full of whole foods.
The Harlem community is abuzz with excitement as the first annual Hope in Harlem conference approaches.
Throughout this year’s elongated budget process, Harlem Senator Cleare has been a vocal advocate for the betterment of her district and the state.