The City opened 24,000 MPV vaccination appointments as of Friday, October 28, as the city begins to transition away from pop-up.
As global health authorities report that at least 50 probable and confirmed cases of Ebola disease caused by Sudan virus (SVD), including 24 deaths.
EmblemHealth, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health insurers, and advocacy and community leaders held an MPV (formerly referred to as monkeypox virus) educational town hall on Wednesday.
New York City has announced that it will begin making second doses of the monkeypox vaccine available by appointment only.
CityMD, the leading urgent care provider in the New York metropolitan area, today opened its 30th Manhattan urgent care center on 153 East 125th Street/Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Harlem.
Approximately 30,000 NYSNA nurses have union contracts expiring on December 31, 2022, or in early 2023.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced its new Biosurveillance Program, which tests wastewater for infectious diseases.
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Dr. Richard Dal Col, M.D., SVP and Chief Medical Officer of EmblemHealth, and Dr. Navarra Rodriguez, M.D., President & Chief Medical Officer of AdvantageCare Physicians.
The Health Department today announced that more JYNNEOS™ monkeypox vaccine doses are coming to New York City.
City officials today ‘broke ground’ on the new NYC Public Health Laboratory, which will be located adjacent to the Harlem Hospital complex on 137th Street.
More than two dozen healthcare experts and researchers from the National Emerging Special Pathogens Training and Education Center (NETEC).
The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Public Health Lab has tested specimens from two patients under investigation for possible Monkeypox.