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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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COVID-19: Vaccines - NYC Health

Details: The Health Department will ensure there is fair and equitable access to a vaccine. Our plans account for health inequities and disparities faced by underserved communities (PDF). We will make sure the communities hit hardest by the pandemic have access to the vaccine. COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs for the Disability Community; Additional Resources

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - NYC Health

Details: COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Providers: Health care providers can get resources and information on vaccine distribution and administration, including how to enroll in the NYC COVID-19 Vaccination Program. What New Yorkers Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines (PDF): Download frequently asked questions about the vaccines.

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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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COVID-19: Vaccine Eligibility - NYC Health

Details: The COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed in phases to groups of people at increased risk of COVID-19 exposure or severe COVID-19 illness. Phased distribution will take time, with vaccines not expected to be widely available to all New Yorkers until mid-2021. The different phases of COVID-19 vaccine distribution are determined by New York State and may change.

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Health Department’s COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs Open - NYC Health

Details: Health Department’s COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs Open. Over 125 sites now up and running across the five boroughs. Eligible New Yorkers can find the sites closest to them on the Health Department’s Vaccine Locations page. January 9, 2021 — Three new COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs located in the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn will open Sunday, the Health Department announced today.

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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-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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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 - 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 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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Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR) - NYC Health

Details: For additional Bureau of Immunization links and resources, please visit the Providers Health Topics page. Contact Information. Mail: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Citywide Immunization Registry 42-09 28th Street, Fifth Floor, CN 21 Long Island City, NY 11101-4132. Phone: 347-396-2400. Fax: 347-396-2559. Email: [email protected]

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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-leapfile-instructions

Details: Click on the link below or cut and paste it in your browser in order to submit forms and documents securely to the Health Benefits Program. (Note: this is a web address not an email address) https://nycemployeebenefits.leapfile.net . Choose the appropriate category from the list displayed under "Available Recipient"

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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 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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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. If your organization would like to purchase Health Bucks coupons, email [email protected] for more information. Pharmacy to Farm Prescriptions. People who receive SNAP benefits and have high blood pressure can get $30 in Health Bucks each month at select

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COVID-19: Testing - NYC Health

Details: Health care workers, other essential workers and workers who have in-person contact with people as part of their jobs should get tested once a month. If you work outside the home, or if you live or work in a congregate setting, you should get tested regularly.

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health-retiree-plan-premiums - New York City

Details: All health plans, except DC 37 Med-Team have an Optional Rider consisting of benefits that are not part of the basic plan. You may elect Optional Rider coverage when you enroll and pay for it through pension deductions. Each rider is a package and you may not select individual benefits from the rider.

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Community Health Survey Trends - New York City

Details: Community Health Survey. The New York City Community Health Survey (CHS) is a telephone survey conducted annually by the DOHMH, Division of Epidemiology, Bureau of Epidemiology Services. CHS provides robust data on the health of New Yorkers, including neighborhood, borough, and citywide estimates on a broad range of chronic diseases and behavioral risk factors.

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Healthy Homes - NYC Health

Details: Residential property owners, managers and maintenance staff can request training and technical assistance on safely controlling and removing indoor allergen hazards in tenant homes by emailing [email protected] or calling 311. Pest management professionals can register for a Rodent Academy course.

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Health Academy - NYC Health

Details: The Health Academy is not offering in-person learning or testing at this time. However some courses and certification are available online. Find out more by selecting one of the training topics. The NYC Health Academy provides training and courses to the public where certification is required by law. The cost to take these courses varies as

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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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NYC Medical Reserve Corps - NYC Health

Details: The mission of the New York City Medical Reserve Corp (NYC MRC) is to strengthen public health, improve emergency response and build community resilience. The organization consists of over 15,000 medical and non-medical volunteers who are deployed to respond to public health emergencies and participate in health-related community activities.

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Disaster Mental Health - NYC Health

Details: Disaster Mental Health. Learn how to cope with stressful and traumatic events. The stress from unexpected emergencies can be overwhelming, but if we are mentally and emotionally prepared, we can manage better. Learn more to understand what you can do to cope with disasters and other stressful and traumatic events.

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Mental Health - 9/11 Health - New York City

Details: Mental Health. The events of September 11, 2001, exposed hundreds of thousands of people in New York City and beyond to distressing experiences, events and images. Studies conducted after 9/11 suggest that rescue, recovery and clean up workers; friends and relatives of victims and survivors of the WTC attacks; and those who repeatedly witnessed

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How to Apply - OCHIA - Welcome to NYC.gov

Details: How to Apply. You have many options to apply for health insurance. NY State of Health. Most individuals under 65, families, and small businesses can apply through the NY State of Health Marketplace.

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health-retiree-changes-in-status - New York City

Details: Close . Retirees should report all changes in family status to the NYC Health Benefits Program within 30 days after the event. Changes include adding a dependent due to marriage, domestic partnership, birth or adoption of a child, and to drop dependents due to death, divorce, termination of domestic partnership, or a child reaching an ineligible age.

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training - NYC Health

Details: Mental Health First Aid: 2019/2020 School Year. Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches attendees how to help an adolescent who is experiencing mental health or addiction issues. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, suicidality, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders and eating disorders.

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Emergency Medication Distribution

Details: Emergency Medication Distribution: Points of Dispensing (PODS) During a pandemic flu outbreak, bioterrorism attack or other public health emergency, you can get free medication, vaccinations and medical supplies at one of the City’s Point of Dispensing (POD) sites.

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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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Immigrants - OCHIA - Welcome to NYC.gov | City of New York

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 Data Tools - 9/11 Health - New York City

Details: Health Data Tools. Data from all the Registry’s major wave surveys are available. Identifying data have been removed or consolidated to protect enrollee confidentiality. Wave 4 Adult Survey (2015-2016) De-identified dataset; Codebook (PDF) Data File User’s Manual (PDF) Survey questionnaires; Wave 3 Adult Survey (2011-2012) De-identified

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

Details: WTC Health Program. The World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program provides medical monitoring and treatment for responders at the WTC in New York City, and survivors who were in the New York City disaster area.

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HRTP Internship - NYC Health

Details: HRTP: A Public Health Internship Program at the NYC Health Department is one of the oldest and largest public health traineeships in the country. For over 50 years, HRTP has provided the opportunity for undergraduate, graduate and professional school students to experience some of the real life challenges of public health.

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Health Club Services - NYC Business

Details: Health clubs and gyms must file a Certificate of Deposit with the New York State Department of State. This is not a license. Additional resources. Health Club Services Information Page. Health Club Services Law (PDF) For more information, contact:

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ActionHealthNYC - NYC Health

Details: NYC Health + Hospitals (PDF) Community Health Centers (PDF) You can call any of those locations to seek care regardless of income or immigration status. In the case of an emergency, any hospital in New York City will care for you, regardless of your immigration status or ability to pay. You will not be turned away. Health Insurance

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Public Health Action Kits: Naloxone for Providers - NYC Health

Details: Health care providers can play a central role in reversing the epidemic of opioid overdose deaths. Because of this, the Health Department is conducting a public health detailing campaign, consisting of one-to-one educational outreach visits with providers on offering naloxone to at-risk patients and to their friends and family.

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Sexual Health Clinics - NYC Health

Details: The New York City Health Department asks for a fee for Sexual Health Clinic services given to adults (age 19 and over). The Health Department must ask for insurance or payment for services to meet Medicaid standards and other legal requirements. If you want to use your health insurance to pay for the visit, your insurance plan will be billed.

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GIS Data Files For Download - New York City

Details: The Health Department's GIS Center provides datasets for public use. Below is a compilation of some resources available as shapefile. For information on what each file represents, as well as definitions for variables and how to correctly interpret them, please review each shapefile's metadata file.

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Race to Justice - NYC Health

Details: As part of this effort, the Department of Health is: Educating and training our staff in how racism and other systems of oppression can affect health care. Studying how racism has impacted our past work and creating new policies to lessen that impact. Collaborating with local communities to search for more ways to counter systemic injustices.

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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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Violence: A Health Issue

Details: Violence: A Health Issue. Violence of all forms affects our city, devastating families and communities. Research increasingly shows that this is a health issue in need of a health approach in response. Such an approach focuses on preventing events, providing treatment for people at the most risk and changing social expectations.

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Mental Health Resouces - NYPD

Details: Mental Health Resources for NYPD Members. Many of us go through periods in our lives when things feel hopeless, overwhelming, or just seem to be going wrong. The first step toward a solution is speaking to someone. Seeking out help is never a sign of weakness — it's a sign of great strength.

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Window Guards - NYC Health

Details: Window guards are metal or aluminum devices that are specifically designed to prevent children from falling, not to stop a burglar. Guards should be in every window in the apartment and in common areas, except for windows leading to fire escapes.

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Health Conditions - 9/11 Health - New York City

Details: Health Conditions The World Trade Center (WTC) terrorist attack and its aftermath exposed hundreds of thousands of people to debris, dust, smoke and fumes. Studies conducted after September 11, 2001, among rescue and clean-up workers, office workers, building evacuees, and residents of lower Manhattan have shown increased respiratory and other

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Nutrition: Farmers Markets - NYC Health

Details: You can get affordable and fresh local produce at NYC farmers markets, with more than 130 locations throughout the five boroughs. All NYC farmers markets accept Health Bucks coupons and most accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, or foods stamps) benefits on an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. There are several ways to find a farmers market near you:

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