After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Patricia Rodriguez received expert care from NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens. Now, as a survivor, she helps other Latino cancer patients.
If you have some dusty 45 records on your shelf, it may be time for a colonoscopy. Over 90% of colon cancers occur in people over 50. Learn how to reduce your risk.
After struggling to control his high blood pressure, Allan Wright improved his health by enrolling in the successful, Treat-to-Target program.
1 in 4 New Yorkers or 1.8 million people suffers from high blood pressure. Learn how to control the condition to reduce risk of heart disease and stroke.
NYC Health + Hospitals released a letter to immigrant New Yorkers, in 14 languages, reassuring them of our mission to serve all patients, regardless of immigration status.
Skilled Nursing Facility Earns Five Star RatingNYC Health + Hospitals/Coler Receives Highest Rating from CMS.
Addressing Health Care Rights of ImmigrantsForums will provide information about a range of topics affecting immigrants.
Hypertension Emphasis Results in 2,200 More Patients with Controlled Blood PressureConcerted effort moves the needle on a leading cause of death in New York City.
Digital Campaign Highlights Women’s Health ServicesTheme: “Healthy Women = Healthy Communities”.
Six patients tell why women’s health is important and how NYC Health + Hospitals improved their lives.