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- A.W.A.K.E. NEW YORK
A local support group designed to help people with sleep apnea. Their goal is to educate patients, physicians, and the general public on diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea.
- Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy
A not-for-profit agency devoted to the treatment and study of families and to the training of family therapists.
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University (AECOM) is a leading center for medical education and biomedical research. The College of Medicine is located on the Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus in the northeast section of the Bronx in New York City.
- American Psychological Association, Division of Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse
- Asthma Zero Mortality Coalition
- Avon's Breast Cancer Awareness Crusade
Dedicated to educating women about breast cancer, and to providing more women -- particularly low-income, minority and older women -- with access to early detection services.
- Belly of the Buddha
The Buddist AIDS Network
- Beth Israel Comprehensive Breast Services
A resource for anyone interested in or in need of information pertaining to the diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases including breast cancer.
- Beth Israel Health Care System
A user-friendly handbook with up-to-date, reliable information, preventive measures and guidelines for proper medical care. You'll find a column called 'Ask the Doctor', patient guides on various topics, news about medical advances, an online health risk assessment that gives you a personalized report on your health, and a map and directory of Beth Israel facilities and affiliates.
- CBS Midwifery
Owned and run by midwives since 1982.
- Clinical Diagnostic Services (CDS)
A full-service independent clinical/medical laboratory providing high-response testing services to physicians in the greater New York and New Jersey metropolitan area.
- Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center *
- Disable Hotline
A great starting place for New Yorkers with disabilities to access information, resources and listings on most any disability topic.
- Dr. Adam Lewenberg
An experienced physician who has successfully treated thousands for hair loss.
- Dr. Michael Fenichel's Current Topics in Psychology
General references and topic-specific resources about psychology. Dr. Fenichel has shared these with psychology students, parents and teachers in his practice as a clinical psychologist, and he now makes them available on the Web.
- Empire Chiropractic
Non-Surgical Treatment of Spinal Disk Conditions.
- Health Information Resources
From the METRO Gopher
- Helen Keller International
Helen Keller is a private, non-profit organization headquartered in New York City. Founded in 1915 to develop rehabilitation programs for soldiers blinded during World War I, their subsequent prioneering work in the areas of primary eye care and the prevention of nutritional blindness has earned us a unique place in the public health community.
- HIV and AIDS Issues
- HIV Health and Education Resources in New York City by Eric Fixler.
- Intelligent Health
America's Natural Health Source.
- Lindenwood Volunteer Ambulance Corps
A small non-profit organization providing emergency medical services to the 35,000 residents residing in Lindenwood, Ozone Pake and South Ozone Park in Queens, NYC.
- Lower Manhattan Dialysis Center
- Medical Multimedia Systems
Medical Multimedia Systems was founded in 1993 with the purpose of producing and bringing to market truly interactive and innovative software.
New, free Web site for health professionals and interested consumers. Practice-oriented information is peer-reviewed and edited by thought-leaders in AIDS, infectious diseases, urology, and surgery. (SCP Communications Inc.)
- Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Memorial Sloan-Kettering's web site provides information about many types of cancer and the broad range of services available for cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.
- misc.health.aids Homepage
Misc.health.aids is the only world-wide forum devoted to a free and open exchange of ideas about AIDS.
- Mount Sinai School of Medicine *
- Natural-Health Resource for NY/NJ/CT/LI
For people in and near New York City interested in diet, alternative medicine, and holistic living.
Employee screening services -- specializing in DOT and non-DOT drug/alcohol testing programs.
- New York Doctors
New York's largest physician referral service. Find a doctor by specialty, affliation or location.
- NYU College of Dentistry
- NYU Medical Center *
- Patients' Rights
From the State of New York Department of Health.
- Rockefeller University
Rockefeller began in 1901 as the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first U.S. biomedical research center. Incorporated as a graduate university specializing in basic research in the natural and physical sciences in 1954, Rockefeller granted its first doctoral degrees in 1959. Rockefeller is also home to The Rockefeller University Hospital, where scientist-physicans perform both basic and clinical research.
- Sleep Medicine
Resources regarding all aspects of sleep including, the physiology of sleep, clinical sleep medicine, sleep research, federal and state information, patient information, and business-related groups. (from Montefiore Medical Center)
- St. Charles Hospital & Rehabilitation Center
St. Charles Hospital and Rehabilitation Center stands proudly today atop a hill in Port Jefferson, NY as a comprehensive acute-care and rehabilitation hospital positioned to meet the complete inpatient and ambulatory care needs of the people of Suffolk County.
- St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital *
One of the largest and most advanced teaching hospitals in the country. St. Luke's-Roosevelt has served New Yorkers for more than a century, providing a full range of emergency, inpatient and outpatient services at two locations on Manhattan's West Side.
- The Banard/Columbia Women's Handbook 1992
- The Body
The Web's one-stop shop for comprehensive AIDS information, from political action to service organizations. Learn about safe sex and prevention, choosing a hospital or doctor, legal and financial issues, and the latest treatment developments, including alternative medicine, diet and nutrition, and mental wellbeing.
- The Brady Institute
The James and Sarah Brady Institute for Traumatic Brain Injury is a vertically integrated center, dedicated to excellence. This nationally recognized Center provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to individuals with severe disabilities sustained from head trauma.
- The Firshein Center for Comprehensive Medicine
A Center where you can achieve optimal health - a Center that provides only the best in natural, noninvasive, nontoxic treatments backed up by substantial research and education.
- The Healthy Living Channel
One of the Web's most comprehensive health sites with searchable medical databases, news, recipes, online tests, and much more. (from Pathfinder)
- The Long Island College Hospital
The Long Island College Hospital is a 551-bed health care facility with a history of serving the residents of Brooklyn and surrounding areas since 1858. Today it is a major medical center with more than 60 clinics, around-the-clock emergency care, special services and services in all major surgical and medical specialties.
- The New York College of Podiatric Medicine
The New York College of Podiatric Medicine and The Foot Clinics of New York are considered to be the birthplaces of American podiatric medicine. The College was founded in 1911 through the efforts of Maurice J. Lewi, M.D., physician, educator and Secretary of the New York State Board of Examiners. Located in New York City, where some of the most prestigious health care teaching institutions in the world are located, the College over the years has distinguished itself by graduating approximately 25% of the active foot specialists in the country.
- The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists
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