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Health Bulletins

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 …

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COVID-19: Rapid Testing

Details: COVID-19: Rapid Testing. You can now make an appointment for a free rapid COVID-19 virus test at the Health Department's COVID Express sites throughout the city. Test results are available within 24 hours or less of your visit. This means that most patients will receive their test results on …

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health-retiree-responsibilities

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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Permits and Licenses

Details: All NYC Health Department permits and licenses that expired after March 13, 2020, remain valid because of the COVID-19 public health emergency. All seasonal permits and licenses for mobile food vending and for seasonal bathing establishments and beaches that …

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health-retiree-enrollment

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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Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR)

Details: The New York Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR) keeps immunization records for all children and adults who live in the city. CIR consolidates immunization information and shares it with health care providers, families and agencies concerned with public health.

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Letter of Support-final

Details: Health, Education, Labor and Pension Committee United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Mr. Chairmen: On behalf of the United States Conference of Mayors, I am writing in support of S. 1334, James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2009. This legislation is a critical

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September 2019 Newsletter

Details: 5 Scientifically Proven Health Benefits of Traveling Abroad Nbcnews.com | May 19, 2017 By: Larry Alton When was the last time you traveled abroad? Traveling for business is one thing, but I’m talking about packing your bags, logging out of your email account and disconnecting from your normal routine for a …

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COVID-19: Latest Data

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-retiree-leapfile-instructions

Details: Step 1. Access the Website. 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 Home Program

Details: A Health Home is a way to coordinate care for our Medicaid patients who have complex chronic diseases and mental health disorders. While many Medicaid patients are relatively healthy, there are several groups whose conditions are more severe, requiring support and assistance in the community.

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BROOKLYN Flatlands and COMMUNITY DISTRICT Canarsie

Details: COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFILES 2018: FLATLANDS AND CANARSIE 3 Note from Oxiris Barbot, Commissioner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene We are pleased to present the 2018 Community Health Profiles, a look into the health of New York City’s (NYC) 59 diverse community districts. The health of NYC has never been better.

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Health Assistance

Details: Health Assistance Health Insurance Options. HRA’s Medical Assistance Program can help New Yorkers who qualify enroll in public health insurance programs like Medicaid. HRA accepts applications from residents who are age 65 or over, persons of any age who are living with a disability or blindness, persons who are in receipt of Medicare and are not a parent or caretaker relative of minor

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BROOKLYN Sunset Park DISTRICT7

Details: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene We are pleased to present the 2018 Community Health Profiles, a look into the health of New York City’s (NYC) 59 diverse community districts. The health of NYC has never been better. Our city’s life expectancy is 81.2 years, 2.5 years higher than the national average.

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Mental Health: Single Point of Access

Details: Clinical services are provided by local mental health programs. To refer a patient to CSPOA, see the below forms and instructions. In addition to referring by mail or online, you can also refer by faxing your forms to 347-396-8849. For more information about CSPOA or the referral process, call 347-396-7205.

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Health and Fitness Text Amendment: Overview

Details: The Health and Fitness Text Amendment eliminates the special permit that is currently required for gyms, spas, and licensed massage therapy – referred to as Physical Culture or Health Establishments in the Zoning Resolution. The proposed changes could apply to a range of health and fitness businesses such as gyms, martial arts studios, indoor

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Health Department Launches New Vaccine Confidence Campaign

Details: Health Department representatives will provide one-on-one education to health care providers and their staff including a review of key recommendations. Providers will also receive a Vaccine Confidence and Access “Action Kit,” which includes provider resources and patient education materials to support the implementation of the key

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Health Department Appoints Its First Ever Chief Medical

Details: February 16, 2021 — The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has appointed Dr. Michelle Morse to serve as the agency’s Chief Medical Officer, the first in the agency’s history. As the agency’s inaugural Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Morse will have the responsibility of leading the agency’s work in bridging public health and health

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COVID-19: Testing

Details: Your health care provider can help you decide which type of test is best for you based on the reason for testing, such as recent exposure, presence of symptoms or periodic testing. Expand All Collapse All. Diagnostic Tests. Molecular Tests.

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New York City Announces New Mental Health Teams to Respond

Details: For the first time in the city’s history, mental health and medical experts will be the default response to 911 mental health calls in two high-need communities. NEW YORK—For the first time in the city’s history, Mayor de Blasio today announced that new Mental Health Teams of …

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health-ratechart

Details: Rate Chart for Employees: Health Plan Rate Chart for Employees - March 2021. Health Plan Rate Chart for Employees - July 2020. There are no new January 2021 Health Plan rates at …

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Poison Prevention Community Education Programs

Details: Poison Prevention: Community Education Programs. Community-based organizations, as well as individuals, can request copies of free multilingual poison prevention and medicine safety materials. To submit an order, download and complete the Material Order Form (PDF). Email the completed form to [email protected]

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2021 NYC Community Health Survey

Details: The New York City Community Health Survey wil ask you questions about your health and health practices including the impact of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Your participation is voluntary. You can skip any question or stop the survey at any time. However, answering all of the questions will help the New York City

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health-retiree-medicare-elibigle

Details: NYC Health Benefits Program. 22 Cortlandt Street, 12th Floor. New York, NY 10007. Coverage for those not eligible for Medicare Part A can be provided under certain health plans. Under this Non-Medicare eligible coverage, you continue to receive the same hospital benefits as persons not yet age 65. If you are living outside the USA or its

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What New Yorkers Need to Know Now About COVID-19

Details: What if I do not have a health care provider or health insurance? If you need a health care provider, NYC Health + Hospitals welcomes all New Yorkers, regardless of immigration status or ability to pay. Visit . nychealthandhospitals.org. for more information and to search for a health care provider, or call 844-NYC-4NYC (844-692-4692) or 311.

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Overview of the NYC Department of Health and Mental

Details: Overview of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s COVID-19 Equity Action Plan Though COVID-19 is a new disease, its patterns of devastation are familiar: Black, Latino, immigrant, and low-income communities have been disproportionately impacted.

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Office of Labor Relations

Details: health coverage for a period of 18 months to 36 months depending on the reason for COBRA eligibility. The State of New York enacted legislation intended to provide continued access to group health insurance for all persons eligible for COBRA or state continuation (“mini-COBRA”) coverage up to a total of 36 months of coverage.

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TLC Updates During COVID-19

Details: TLC Updates During COVID-19. During the COVID-19 health crisis, TLC and the City are taking steps to support TLC drivers, vehicle owners, and businesses. TLC licensees can take advantage of the Driver Resource Center, which provides financial counseling, legal services and other useful free City resources such as health care insurance, mental

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Frequently Asked Questions: Required Epinephrine Auto

Details: The Health Department will give two auto-injectors to each group child care and school-based child care program that emails their training certificate and organization number (DCID) to [email protected] If there is more than one program at a location, each permitted program

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Community Health Center Power Outage Exercise Plan (ExPlan)

Details: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), overseeing the Community Health Center program, requires community health centers to submit an Annual Emergency Preparedness Report (Form 10). In this report community health centers are asked about the frequency of their planned drills, with an emphasis on an annual drill.

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COVID-19 Rapid Test Reporting in ECLRS: FAQS

Details: ([email protected]) and the NYS ECLRS Help Desk (866-3257743 or [email protected]) for assistance. Additional Resources and Information • 2020 Health Advisory #37: All Point -of Care COVID 19 Test Results Must be Reported Electronically • 2020 Health Advisory #39: Proper Use and Interpretation of SARS -CoV 2 Antigen Tests

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HEALTH CODE CHAPTER 7

Details: Health Code . refers to the New York City Health Code, found in Title 24 of the Rules of the City of New York. (e) NYSPHL. refers to the New York State Public Health Law. (f) OATH Trials Division . is the tribunal of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

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Regulations and Permits for Child Care Providers

Details: COVID-19 Guidelines for Child Care Programs. All child care programs in New York City must follow COVID-19 guidelines issued by New York State. The State requires child care programs to notify the NYC Health Department to report an employee or child who has a positive COVID-19 test result. To report a test result, contact your borough office (PDF).

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Promoting and Protecting the City's Health

Details: April 20, 2018 — The Health Department today released the 2016 Infant Mortality Summary of Vital Statistics, which found that infant mortality has dropped to a historic low in New York City, though disparities between race and ethnic groups persist. The report provides an overview of deaths among infants younger than 12 months.

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

Details: Mental Health emergency department (ED) data is extracted from syndromic surveillance data from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Communicable Diseases. Syndromic data consists of information from 97% of the ED visits made to New York City hospitals. The dataset contains patient-level ED visit

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2021 Application for Free Health Bucks

Details: Health Bucks distribution should follow current public health and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Due to the quickly changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations are not required to conduct in-person nutrition and health education activities as part of their Health …

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Details: No, the Registry does not provide health care or financial assistance. Contact the Registry’s Treatment Referral Program at 888-982-7848 for information about 9/11-related health care. Contact the Victim’s Compensation Fund at 855-885-1555 or vcf.gov for information about financial compensation related to …

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