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Gramercy »

The hospital will shift its services to a network of smaller facilities across Manhattan.

Civic Center »

There is new spending on education, homelessness and mental health.

Elmhurst »

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

East Harlem »

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

Central Harlem »

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

Crown Heights »

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

Elmhurst »

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

East Elmhurst »

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

Midtown »

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

SoHo »

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

West Village »

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

Bed-Stuy »

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

Bed-Stuy »

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

Bed-Stuy »

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

Financial District »

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