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New York Times Features Institute’s Harlem Residency in Family Medicine

March 26, 2015 – The New York Times today published “Amid Affordable Care Act Fight, a Health Center Program Struggles to Stay Alive,” featuring president & CEO Dr. Neil Calman, as well as Drs. Savita Gopal and Venis Wilder of the Institute’s Harlem Residency in Family Medicine. The piece describes the successful federal Teaching Health …read more

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The Institute Holds Fourth Annual Research & Innovation Symposium

New York, NY (March 18, 2015) – The Institute’s annual Research & Innovation Symposium was held  Wednesday, March 11th at The New York Academy of Medicine.  The event allows the great minds of the Institute to share innovative research projects with colleagues, the community and Institute partners. There were 48 projects presented and about 180 …read more

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The Institute Celebrates Our Community HealthCorps Team for AmeriCorps Week (March 9th – March 13th)

New York, NY (March 9, 2015) – This week is AmeriCorps Week and what better time to recognize the hard-working AmeriCorps members that staff our health centers.  We currently have 18 young health professionals serving at sites all across the Institute as members of our Community HealthCorps program. They engage in immersive and important care, …read more

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Dr. Lisa Bates Presents Grand Rounds on March 13th

New York, NY ( March 6, 2015) – Lisa Bates, SM, ScD will present the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health’s March Grand Rounds. Her presentation, entitled, “Social Determinants of Health: Rethinking the Behavioral Pathway,” will review the relative emphasis on social structure and agency in shaping individual health risk behaviors, describe approaches to health …read more

March 30, 2015
“There is no right more fundamental than the right to live a long and healthy life, and the right ... read more

March 26, 2015
Today The New York Times published a story about the successful Teaching Health Centers Program whic... read more

March 23, 2015
#ACAisWorking: And we are happy to continue to provide affordable quality healthcare to the communi... read more

March 20, 2015
March is Colorectal Cancer (cancer of the colon or rectum) Awareness Month. Among cancers affecting ... read more