Win The NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan Flood Walls Competiton From Harlem To Hollis

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. Continue Reading →

Immigrant Heritage Week 2019, Is All About Health & Wellness For All In East Harlem

Immigrant Heritage Week is April 15-21, 2019. A number of events are being planned throughout the city in recognition of the date in history when the largest number of immigrants entered the US through Ellis Island: 11,747 in one day, April 17, 1907. Continue Reading →

Volunteer Recruitment Fair At The NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan In East Harlem

Have you ever been interested in volunteering at a hospital? Do you have personal/professional skills that can provide support to patients, families, care givers, and health care providers? Continue Reading →

de Blasio Announces $52M Planned Capital Investment For NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan

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. Continue Reading →

Join The Health Insurance 101 Workshop For community Members From Harlem To Hollis

NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan will host a free workshop on Thursday, November 15, from 3-6:30 PM to help community members understand the best health plan options during open enrollment period for Medicare and New York State of Health. Continue Reading →

NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan Receives An “A” For Patient Safety Spring 2018

NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan received an “A” for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog.
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Community Forum On Opioids In East Harlem

The NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan Community Advisory Board will host a community forum on Saturday, April 21, 2018, to focus on opioid use in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

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