Patients at NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan will soon benefit from access to the latest computed tomography (CT) diagnostic technology, made possible through a $4.9M award.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan today announced the launch of a live streaming service, NicView, that allows parents, family, and friends 24/7 video access to infants in the NICU, Mother-Baby, and Labor units.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan and the NYC Economic Development Corporation will be incorporating the work of an artist into the design of the proposed flood wall which will protect the hospital from future effects of sea-level rise.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today $52 million in capital investment projects to improve NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan’s infrastructure at 1901 1st Avenue in East Harlem, New York.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan received an “A” for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog.
will host a special luncheon for mothers, babies, and their families on Monday, March 5, 2018, to celebrate the hospital’s “Baby-Friendly” designation.
Transgender patients can now access hormone therapy and gender-affirming surgery at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in East Harlem, the city hospital announced Tuesday.
NYC Health + Hospitals’ Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion has entered into a strategic partnership with the Institute for Human Identity (IHI) to launch the groundbreaking “LGBTQ+ Mental Health Training Project.”
NYC Health + Hospitals today shared an overview of its accomplishments for the year. Highlights include being recognized for the delivery of high-quality care to patients.
NYC Health + Hospitals today honored 35 nurse professionals from across the health system as part of its annual Nursing Excellence Awards.
In recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, NYC Health + Hospitals today announced its Lung Cancer Screening program will be available at 10 hospitals by the end of this year, with a capacity to serve 5,000 patients a year.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals and seven of its Gotham Health primary cares sites were recognized by the American Heart Association for their work in helping patients manage their diabetes.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals and eight of its NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health sites were recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association.
NYC Health + Hospitals proudly announces that 10 of its hospitals from Harlem to Hollis have been acknowledged for delivering exceptional care.