The COVID Crisis: The City And The State Need To Work Alongside Latino Institutions To Help Communities Most Impacted

Uptown council member Ydanis Rodriguez states: “This week, New York State has initiated the reopening process in counties that have shown significant progress in the fight against COVID-19. Continue Reading →

Poll Of USA Latinos Finds Nearly 70% Feel President Ignored Early Signs Of The Virus

The nation’s first 2020 poll of solely Latinos living in America found they overwhelmingly feel the president ignored the early signs of the coronavirus, which led to its worsening spread across the Country. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: It’s Thumbs Up For Non-Profits Providing Free Meals From Uptown To Around Town

Today, SOMOS, – a non-profit, physician-led network of over 2,500 diverse health care providers primarily serving immigrant communities. Continue Reading →

SOMOS Doctors Set The Ton With Celebrities, Culture & Health Education Uptown Music Fest

This past Saturday, November 23, 2019, at the Armory Track in Washington Heights, SOMOS hosted “Mi Salud en Mis Manos,” a music festival and health fair to raise awareness of the importance of inclusive healthcare for the Latinx community. Continue Reading →

SOMOS Testifies At MRT Public Comment Day Regarding Medicaid Waiver Agreement

SOMOS – a non-profit, physician-led network of over 2,500 health care providers primarily serving immigrant communities in New York City – testified today at the Downstate MRT Public Comment Day in support of extending and renewing the Medicaid Waiver. Continue Reading →

SOMOS’s Dr. Delmont Testifies On Mental Illness Within NY’s Immigrant Community

Today, SOMOS’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jacqueline Delmont, testified during an oversight hearing by New York City Council’s Committee on Mental Health, Disabilities, and Addictions and the Committee on Immigration in NYC. Continue Reading →

Latinx Celeb Joins NYC Doctors To Launch New Healthy Living App And Fitness Challenge

On Saturday, October 5, 2019, SOMOS, a nonprofit, physician-led network of over 2,500 physicians serving 700,000 patients in New York City’s lower-income, immigrant-rich communities. Continue Reading →