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Lower East Side »

State data on nursing home closures confirms complaints from locals on lack of care facilities. 

Upper East Side »

Here's where the U.S. News and World Report recommends you seek surgery and special care in the city.

West Harlem »

To Harlem barber raises awareness of health issues affecting African American men.

East Harlem »

The panel will focus on communities like Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood and The Bronx.

New York City »

Women can enroll in health care through the state exchange at any time during their pregnancy.

Mott Haven »

Brightpoint Health and DaVita Dialysis Center will join a supermarket, market, eye center and college.

Hunts Point »

Workers in The Bronx earn an average of about $47,000, more than Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Crown Heights »

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

Bed-Stuy »

Faith leaders and residents rallied to protest spending at the Bed-Stuy hospital. 

Bed-Stuy »

Councilman Robert Cornegy asked the Brooklyn DA to investigate spending at Interfaith Medical Center. 

Bedford Park »

De Blasio says his predecessor simply was not handing workforce development correctly.

Washington Heights »

The Community League Health Center relocated to a 5,500-square-foot space on 157th Street.

Inwood »

Mount Sinai Hospital plans to open an urgent care facility in Inwood Center.

Bed-Stuy »

The beleaguered hospital announced it was staying open on Tuesday.

Civic Center »

A plan to remove 20,000 ineligible city health insurance enrollees is estimated to save $400 million.