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Clifton »

The 18,000 square-foot center at 165 Vanderbilt Ave. is expected to open in 2017.

Clifton »

HHC released a bid to build the $12.5 million to $15.5 million family health center on Vanderbilt Ave.

Central Harlem »

A fire broke out on the same floor as the hospital's psychiatric unit, officials said.

Elmhurst »

Seventeen students are attending medical school in Grenada with scholarships from CityDoctors.

Wakefield »

Certain NYPD precincts and city hospitals continued to see a rise in claims amidst overall declines.

Lower East Side »

The market is an effort to help local residents live healthier lives.

New York City »

The health care provider Corizon will not have its contract renewed, sources said.

Elmhurst »

The level one trauma center has seen a 33 percent spike in patients since other Queens hospitals closed

Civic Center »

Councilwoman Liz Crowley said she thought HHC should take the job.

West Harlem »

Spencer, a Harlem resident who treated Ebola patients in Guinea, had been treated for weeks.

Civic Center »

The figure is a three-fold increase over the 117 people being monitored last week.

East Harlem »

A painting called "Victory" is meant to inspire patients and staff at the facility.

East Flatbush »

Michael Murno, 75, was visiting his mother's grave when a loose headstone fell on his legs, pinning him.

East Harlem »

The Health and Hospitals Corporation moved 228 patients from the Goldwater campus on Roosevelt Island.