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COVID-19: Rapid Testing

Details: Get more information about available clinic services on the NYC Health Clinics webpage. How to Schedule and Get Results. Testing will be available by appointment only. The fastest way to make an appointment is to choose a time through our online scheduler below. There is no need to get tested again within 90 days of a positive test.

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Details: Mental Health First Aid. Sign up for a free training to help you recognize the early signs and symptoms of mental illness. Sign up for a free training to help you recognize the early signs and symptoms of mental illness. Sign up for a free training to help you recognize the early signs and symptoms of mental illness.

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COVID-19: Data Main - NYC Health

Details: Health Inequities in Data: Differences in health outcomes among racial and ethnic groups are due to long-term structural racism, not biological or personal traits. Structural racism — centuries of racist policies and discriminatory practices across institutions, including government agencies, and society — prevents communities of color from

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Health - NYC Opportunity

Details: The Adolescent Health Program (AHP), formerly Teen Health Improvement, is a systems change effort to make the City’s public hospitals system (Health and Hospitals – H&H) more responsive to the needs of adolescents by improving provider, clinical, and billing practices and improving outreach efforts to adolescents.

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ACS - Health

Details: Health care coverage is essential to a successful transition to living on your own. Unexpected health care costs can have harmful health and financial consequences if you do not have health coverage. Youth who age out of care between 18 and 21 years old can receive Medicaid health insurance up to age 26, no matter how much income they earn.

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healthbenefitshome - New York City

Details: The Health Benefits Retiree client service walk-in center is closed. Due to the closure of the office, retirees who mailed or faxed forms or correspondence March 11, 2020 or after, we cannot access or process that form. Please resubmit inquiries and documents as follows:

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health-retiree-forms-and-downloads - New York City

Details: The Health Benefits Retiree client service walk-in center is closed. Due to the closure of the office, if you mailed or faxed forms or correspondence March 11, 2020 or after, we cannot access or process that form. Please resubmit your documents as follows:

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health-retiree-choosing-a-health-plan - New York City

Details: Choosing a Health Plan. Contact all the plans in which you are interested for benefits packages and provider directories. To select a health plan that best meets your needs, you should consider at least four factors: Coverage - The services covered by the plans differ. For example, some provide preventive services while others do not cover them

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health-retiree-cobra - New York City

Details: The Health Benefits Program does not handle COBRA enrollee transfers, or process any future changes such as adding dependents. All future transactions will be handled by the health plan in which the person eligible for COBRA is enrolled. COBRA Form, Notice of Rights and COBRA Rates.

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health-retiree-responsibilities - New York City

Details: The Health Benefits Program is also available to provide service and information to City retirees who have questions about or problems with their health benefits or pension check deductions. Retirees contacting the Health Benefits Program should always include the following information (please print clearly): Name, Address and Telephone Number

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health-retiree-medb-irmaa - New York City

Details: You must be receiving a City pension check and be enrolled as the contract holder for City health benefits in order to receive reimbursement for Part B premiums. For most retirees, the refund is issued automatically by the Health Benefits Program. If you are currently receiving your pension check through Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) or direct

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Health Bulletins - NYC Health

Details: For bulletins from before 2017, or to search by keyword, visit the Health Bulletin Archives.. To request a printed copy of any Health Bulletin, call 311. About Health Bulletins. Since 2002, Health Bulletins have provided simple and clear information about important health topics that affect the daily lives of all New Yorkers.

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Nutrition Tips - NYC Health

Details: Fiber is good for your health and may lower your risk of heart disease. Check the ingredients list on product labels for the words “whole” or “whole grain” as the first or second ingredient. Limit Processed Foods and Drinks. Avoid sugary drinks to reduce your risk for many health conditions.

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Health Bucks - NYC Health

Details: Health Bucks are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Health Bucks 2020 Update. Our supply of 2020 Health Bucks for community- and faith-based organizations have been distributed and the application is now closed. Please check back later this year for updates. Organizations can also purchase Health Bucks.

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eVital - NYC Health

Details: eVital Facility Administrators will need to enroll in eVital in person at our Manhattan office at 125 Worth Street. To prepare for your visit, you should first email [email protected] for more information.. Once an eVital Facility Administrator has been enrolled, they are then responsible for enrolling their facility’s users, including deputy administrators and certifiers.

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Health Topics - NYC Health

Details: Provider Health Topics. The Health Department offers healthcare providers information on a variety of public health topics. Call the Provider Access line at 866-692-3641 for immediate consultation or questions on cases or other public health matters.

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health-retiree-enrollment - New York City

Details: During the minimum period of credited service required for eligibility under paragraph (1) or (2) above, or at the time of separation from employment with the City or the Department of Education, you were working regularly for twenty (20) or more hours a week and eligible for City health benefits as an employee of the City or the Department of

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Window Guards - NYC Health

Details: All window types, including sliding windows with screens, should have window guards or limiting devices. Screens are no substitute for window guards. All window guards must be approved by the NYC Health Department and installed by your landlord, according to specific instructions.

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Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR) - NYC Health

Details: Welcome to the New York Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR)! The CIR keeps immunization records for all New York City residents — children and adults — throughout their lives. Our Mission: To improve the immunization status of all NYC residents by consolidating immunization information and sharing it with health care providers, families and agencies concerned with public health.

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Oral Health - NYC Health

Details: Oral Health. Oral health — the health of your mouth — is an important part of good overall health and well-being. Nationally, more than half of children ages 6 to 19 have experienced too decay. In NYC, more than one in three third-grade students have untreated tooth decay.

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Board of Health - NYC Health

Details: The 11-member Board of Health remains a vital force today. Most members - appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council - serve six-year terms. Each Board member is a recognized expert, and the group represents a broad range of health and medical disciplines.

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WTC Health Registry - 9/11 Health - New York City

Details: The World Trade Center Health Registry is now the largest registry in U.S. history to track the health effects of a disaster. Enrollment in the Registry was voluntary for people who lived, worked or went to school in the area of the WTC disaster, or were involved in rescue and recovery efforts.

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Health Code and Rules - NYC Health

Details: Health Code and Rules. The material included on this site is intended for informational purposes only and is not the official version of the Rules of the City of New York. Please note that all materials are in PDF format. Health Code

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Health - MOIA

Details: Health & Disability Access. If you do not have health insurance and need care, you can still access health services. New York City's public hospital system and local community health centers provide medical care on a sliding-fee basis, depending on your income. This care is available to everyone, even if you are an undocumented immigrant.

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Health Insurance Assistance - DFTA

Details: Health insurance experts answer questions about Medicare. If you have questions about Medicare and which plan is the right fit for you, call the Department for the Aging’s Health Insurance Information, Counseling, and Assistance Program (HIICAP) to speak with a trained expert. HIICAP is a completely free resource to educate Medicare

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Health Insurance: Enrollment Counselors - NYC Health

Details: NYC Care is a health care access program for people who are not eligible for or cannot afford health insurance. The program ensures all New Yorkers, regardless of their income or immigration status, have equal access to comprehensive, high-quality care.

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Poison Control - NYC Health

Details: Also, do not use products or medicines promoted as "anti-COVID-19" unless approved by your health care provider. Some unapproved products have led to serious illness and death. The Poison Control Center can answer your questions about the safe use of products, medicines and other poisons.

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Dog Licenses - NYC Health

Details: The Health Department no longer issues service dog tags. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service dogs do not need a service tag to enter any place that is publicly accessible. A service dog is defined as "any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with disabilities."

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Safer Sex and COVID-19

Details: • Pregnancy: Reproductive health services — as well as fertility services, prenatal care and cancer screenings – are considered essential services and are available in all five boroughs. Providers may be able to help you without an in-person visit. o To find a provider, visit the Sexual and Reproductive Health Provider Directory or call 311.

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Health Topics - New York City

Details: Health Bucks; Health Bulletins; Health Care-Associated Infections; Health Code & Rules; Health Insurance; Health Insurance Billing and Fees at Sexual Health Clinics; Healthy Aging; Healthy Aging: Managing Your Medicine; Healthy Aging: Preventing Falls in Older Adults; Healthy Beverages; Healthy Childcare Settings; Healthy High Schools; Healthy

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fsahome - Welcome to NYC.gov | City of New York

Details: The Program allows City employees to deposit a portion of their pre-tax income into accounts maintained for certain health and dependent care expenses. Employees covered by a non-City group health plan can enroll in the MSC Program and waive City health benefits to receive an incentive payment up to $1,000 for Plan Year 2020.

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Job Search - NYC Health

Details: Immediate Openings at the NYC Public Health Laboratory. The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has openings for New York State Licensed clinical laboratory technologists and administrative staff for immediate hire to assist with the diagnosis of COVID-19.. If you are interested in this position, submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

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health-special-provisions-for-medicare-eligible-employees

Details: For an application, contact your agency health benefits or payroll office or NYCAPS Central at (212) 487-0500 (Department of Education employees should contact HR Connect at (718) 935-4000). Employees and their dependents covered by Medicare have identical benefits to those provided to employees and their dependents under age 65.

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Child Health Plus Yearly Income Eligibility and Monthly

Details: Child Health Plus Yearly Income Eligibility and Monthly Premiums Annual Household Income Effective January 2020; subject to annual income updates. Monthly Premium. Author: tjame9512 Created Date: 4/7/2020 6:29:58 PM

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Physical Health - 9/11 Health - New York City

Details: Physical Health Upper Airway Cough Syndrome (UACS) Upper airway cough syndrome (UACS), formerly termed postnasal drip syndrome, is commonly caused by continuous irritation or infection of the sinuses and the nose either due to allergies or from environmental irritants.

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Teen Health: Resources - NYC Health

Details: Teen Health: Resources. Teen Guide to Getting Help: This guide contains information on common issues facing teens and where to get help.. Alcohol and Drugs. NIDA for Teens: Facts, blogs, and real life stories about teens and drugs ; ReachOut USA inspiring stories of teens living with depression, eating disorders, body image, bullying, stress, conflict, drugs and alcohol and how they cope.

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Pregnant - OCHIA

Details: Health Insurance for Infants and Children. Medicaid: If you have Medicaid while you are pregnant, your infant will have Medicaid for one year regardless of your income. Child Health Plus: All New York children can get Child Health Plus, regardless of immigration status or income. Learn more about health insurance options for children. Get Help

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Smoke-Free Air Act: Tenant/Landlord Factsheet - NYC Health

Details: Smoking and electronic cigarette use is not prohibited in apartments or other private residences, except in areas where child day care centers or health care facilities operate and are open or employees are working. You can report a violation of the Smoke-Free Air Act online. More Information. NYC Quits; Coping with Nicotine Withdrawal

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Healthy Homes Community Workshops and Trainings - NYC Health

Details: The NYC Health Department’s Education and Community Partnerships Unit offers free presentations and trainings on environmental health hazards in the home. To request a virtual training or presentation for your organization and invite us to one of your events or meetings, please fill out our request form.

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ARTICLE 47 CHILD CARE PROGRAMS AND FAMILY SHELTER-BASED

Details: Imminent or public health hazard. means any violation, combination of violations, conditions or combination of conditions occurring in a facility making it probable that illness, physical injury or death could occur or the continued operation of the program could result in injury or be otherwise detrimental to the health and safety of a child.

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Immigrants - OCHIA

Details: View our Guide to Health Care and Health Insurance for Immigrants in New York. Download our fact sheets in multiple languages. Your Health Insurance Options. Child Health Plus: All New York children can get Child Health Plus, regardless of immigration status or income. Medicaid: Free or very low cost insurance for New Yorkers with low income.

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Health Alert Network (HAN) - NYC Health

Details: Health Alert Network (HAN) The Health Alert Network (HAN) contains public health information for medical providers, including: Up-to-date health alert information, delivered to your inbox and archived on the web ; An online document library on public health topics; An online community to exchange information and ideas with colleagues

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Naloxone - NYC Health

Details: Due to the health concerns in relation to COVID-19 and as a matter of care for our community, we are providing virtual naloxone trainings. Virtual training will cover steps for responding to an opioid overdose with naloxone and will outline options for accessing an Overdose Response Kit in person or by mail.

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ARTICLE 161 ANIMALS §161.01 Wild and other animals

Details: Zoos and Aquariums, or other recognized animal health authorities. The Commissioner may prohibit the use, display or exhibition of an animal that, in the opinion of the Commissioner, carries an unreasonable risk of exposing persons to zoonotic diseases or physical harm.

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Mobile Food Vendors - NYC Health

Details: The NYC Health Department will begin assigning mobile food vending units letter grades based on the total violation points found during sanitary inspections. Before a unit can receive a grade it will need a new permit decal and a location-sharing device, which will be affixed to the unit at its next pre-permit inspection.

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High Blood Pressure - NYC Health

Details: If your health care provider prescribes medicine, take it as directed. Even if your numbers get better, it is important to keep taking your medicine so your numbers stay that way. If you have trouble taking your medicine as prescribed, talk with your health care provider or pharmacist about options. For help managing your medicine:

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Health Benefits Program Employees For Domestic Partner

Details: Furthermore, I agree that my periodic health plan deductions, if any, will be made on a pre-tax basis pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code 125. I understand that I have an option to decline this benefit, by obtaining a Medical Spending Conversion Form, both of which are obtainable at my payroll office.

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Mental Health in New York City Impact of COVID-19 on

Details: 1 Goldmann E, Galea S. Mental health consequences of disasters. Annu Rev Public Health. 2014;35:169-183. 2 New York City Health Opinion Poll, May 13 – 20, 2020. 3 New York City Health Opinion Poll, April 16 – 23, 2020. 4 NYC Well Administrative data, July 2020. 5 NYC Community Health Survey (CHS), 2018.

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Oral Health: Adults - NYC Health

Details: Almost all adults have problems with oral health at some point in their lives. In the U.S., one in four adults has untreated tooth decay. Nearly half of all adults have gum disease. Untreated gum disease or tooth decay may lead to pain, infection, tooth loss, difficulty eating, bad breath and the need for complex dental procedures to treat the

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