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Elmhurst »

City Releases Guide to LGBTQ Services, Including New Queens Sites

The comptroller's office published an updated listing of all of the services available citywide.

East Harlem »

Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Launches Young Women's Initiative

The program is modeled after former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Young Men's Initiative.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Pharmacy Helps Patients Heal With Pills and Painting

The owner of Norwood Pharmacy hosts free art therapy classes every month.

Crown Heights »

Nursing Home to Replace Former St. Mary's Hospital in Crown Heights

Centers Health Care needs city approval to build the 281-bed facility in the Buffalo Avenue building.

Elmhurst »

Rikers Inmates' Deaths Blamed on Health Care Provider Were Kept Secret

State reports show that four Rikers Island deaths were blamed on the prison's medical provider.

East Elmhurst »

City Renewed Contracts With Rikers Health Provider Despite 4 Inmate Deaths

The state called for changes in Corizon's protocols after the deaths, but still awarded it contracts.

Midtown »

LIRR Strike Averted With Deal That Includes Healthcare Contributions

The eight Long Island Rail Road unions reached a deal with the MTA Thursday.

SoHo »

Free and Low-Cost Youth Health Clinic Gets Makeover

The Door, which has been serving New York City's youth since 1972, now has a bright new health center.

West Village »

Avignone Pharmacy Sold to CVS, but Historic Store Remains Open

Pharmacy customers at Avignone Chemists are being transferred to a nearby CVS.

Bed-Stuy »

New Brooklyn Theater to Perform Edward Albee Play at Interfaith Hospital

The play is designed to raise awareness about the hospital's possible closure.

Bed-Stuy »

Closing Interfaith a Blow to Psychiatric Care, de Blasio Report Says

The closure could lead to a domino effect on the level of care at surrounding hospitals, the report says.

Bed-Stuy »

Interfaith CEO Resigns as Hundreds Rally to Save Hospital

Luis Hernandez was replaced by current COO and vice president Patrick J. Sullivan.

Financial District »

Downtown Hospital Slashes EMT and Paramedic Jobs Ahead of Takeover

More than 40 paramedics and EMTs were laid off from New York Downtown Hospital last week.

Midtown & Theater District »

Mixed Martial Arts Foe Launches Bill to Create Fighters' Health Care Fund

Though pro MMA fights aren't legal in NY, promoters could be forced to pay for fighters' health care.

East Harlem »

Mount Sinai Medical Center Opens New High-Tech Research Facility

Mount Sinai Medical Center launched a new research and treatment facility.