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NYC Health Clinics

All other Sexual Health Clinics are closed until further notice. To speak to a health care provider about sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, call the NYC Sexual Health Clinic Hotline at 347-396-7959 (Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m). The tuberculosis chest centers in Fort Greene, Corona and Morrisania are now open.

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Health Department Releases Major Report Detailing Health

Our health data should reflect the breadth of ancestries present in our City’s API communities, so we may better understand and address health inequities,” said Health Commissioner Dr. Dave A. Chokshi, who is the first City Health Commissioner of Asian descent. “Thank you to all of the partners who collaborated with the Health Department

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COVID-19: Vaccine

The Health Department is ensuring there is fair and equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines. Our plans account for health inequities and disparities faced by underserved communities (PDF). We are ensuring the communities hit hardest by the pandemic have access to the vaccine.

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Health Benefits Forms & Downloads. Health Benefits Application/Change Form (Not for use by NYCAPS Agencies) - 2022 Application will be available in mid-October for the November Transfer Period. 2020 Medicare Part B Reimbursement - The reimbursement for the standard Medicare Part B was $1,735.20.

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COVID-19: Vaccination Workplace Requirement

Main Page Key to NYC Workplace Requirement Vaccine Facts Data Vaccination Requirement: Workplaces. As of December 27, workers in New York City who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must show proof they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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During the minimum period of credited service required for eligibility under paragraph (1) or (2) above, or at the time of separation from employment with the City or the Department of Education, you were working regularly for twenty (20) or more hours a week and eligible for City health benefits as an employee of the City or the Department of

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UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND HEALTH INSURANCE FAQ

job-based health insurance if the State finds the employee eligible and the employer’s health plan qualifies. What if the former employee does not qualify for or cannot afford the above health insurance options? The former employee can apply for enrollment in NYC Care to obtain services offered by NYC Health + Hospitals.

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Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Save Lives, Health

NYC Health + Hospitals offers mAb treatment at 11 hospitals. Patients with a positive COVID-19 test can be screened for eligibility and scheduled for an appointment with NYC Health + Hospitals by connecting to ExpressCare.nyc and clicking “Talk to a Doctor Now” or they can call 212-COVID19 (212-268-4319) and press 9 for monoclonal antibody

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The Health Benefits Retiree client service walk-in center is closed. Due to the closure of the office, if you mailed or faxed forms or correspondence March 11, 2020 or after, we cannot access or process that form. Please resubmit your documents as follows:

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CIR: How to Report

Health Level 7 Standard, version 2.5.1. The Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) together with public and private healthcare professionals and software developers have defined a set of electronic messages that support the national standards for exchanging immunization data.

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Sexual Health Clinics

The New York City Health Department asks for a fee for Sexual Health Clinic services given to adults (age 19 and over). The Health Department must ask for insurance or payment for services to meet Medicaid standards and other legal requirements. If you want to use your health insurance to pay for the visit, your insurance plan will be billed.

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Health and Fitness Text Amendment: Overview

The Health and Fitness Text Amendment eliminates the special permit that is currently required for gyms, spas, and licensed massage therapy – referred to as Physical Culture or Health Establishments in the Zoning Resolution. The proposed changes could apply to a range of health and fitness businesses such as gyms, martial arts studios, indoor

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Assisted Outpatient Treatment

Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) “Kendra’s Law” (§9.60 of the Mental Hygiene Law) mandates mental health services for a small number of individuals who have difficulty engaging in rehabilitation and can pose a risk to themselves or others in the community.

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COVID-19 Health and Safety Information for New York City

Department (NYSED) Health and Safety Guide for the 2021-2022 School Year. Visit nysed.gov and search Health and Safety Guide. This document provides information on testing and how to handle confirmed or possible cases of COVID-19 in nonpublic and charter schools not co-located in an NYC Department of Education school.

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Vaccinations for School and Day Care

Vaccinations for School and Day Care. Vaccines protect the health of your child and the other children at their school. All NYC students ages 2 months to 18 years must receive certain vaccinations. That includes children in public, private or parochial school, as well as those in day care, Head Start, pre-K or nursery school.

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Clinical and Public Health Services

Harlem Health Advocacy Partners is a free program aimed at improving the health and well-being of NYCHA communities through health coaching, wellness activities, peer support and advocacy. The program currently serves NYCHA residents living in East and Central Harlem ages 18 and over with chronic conditions including asthma, diabetes and high

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires that the plan administrator issue certificates of group health plan coverage to employees upon termination of employment that results in the termination of group health coverage. Each individual, upon termination, will receive a certificate of coverage from the

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Health Department Reports an Increase in Sexually

Select Sexual Health Clinics are currently open and telemedicine services are also available through the NYC Sexual Health Clinic Hotline at 347-396-7959, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information on the Sexual Health Clinics, including services, locations, and hours of operation, visit nyc.gov/health/clinics.

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Community Services Board

Community Services Board (CSB) The CSB is formed pursuant to New York State Mental Hygiene Law and New York City Charter to advise the NYC Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Executive Deputy Commissioner in all areas related to the City's facilities, services, and programs for mental health and mental/developmental disabilities.

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Lead Poisoning: Information for Building Owners

Lead Poisoning: Information for Building Owners. Dust from lead paint is the most commonly identified source of childhood lead poisoning. New York City banned lead paint for residential use in 1960, but many older buildings may still have lead paint.

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Health Commissioner Issues Advisory on COVID-19 Prevention

Health Commissioner Issues Advisory on COVID-19 Prevention Ahead of the Holidays As Cases Surge. As we approach the holiday season, and with the Omicron variant spreading, ALL New Yorkers should get vaccinated or a booster dose, wear a face mask in all indoor public settings, avoid crowded settings, particularly indoor gatherings and get tested

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ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH AND MENTAL …

Health and Mental Hygiene, finding that a public health emergency within New York City continues, and that it is necessary for the health and safety of the City and its residents, do hereby exercise the power of the Board of Health to prevent, mitigate, control and abate the current emergency, and hereby order that: 1.

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Cannabis (Marijuana)

The Health Department may issue violations to food service establishments and retailers that offer food or drink containing CBD. If you are a food service operator, learn more about the laws on CBD sales. Additional Resources. Cannabis Use in New York City (PDF) New York State Office of Cannabis Management; More Information. Drugs and Health

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Health Insurance: Behavioral Health Services

The Health Department offers a free virtual training to help anyone with health insurance learn more about access to behavioral health services. It will give you information on how behavioral health parity applies to your health insurance plan and your access to services. The training, called "Behavioral Health Parity 101", takes 60 to 90 minutes.

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Transgender Health

Sexual Health. The key to sexual health for people of any gender expression is open and honest communication with your partner and health care provider. Learn more about how you can have a safe and pleasurable sex life with your partner(s): Gay Men, Bisexual Men and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men; Sexual Consent; Sexual and Reproductive Justice

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Alcohol & Drug Use Services

Find Help. Find the right drug or alcohol use treatment program by using the Treatment Availability Dashboard. For 24 hour/seven days per week information and referral, call 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355). Many people are unaware of the variety of services available to protect the health of people who use alcohol or other drugs.

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City of New York Office of Labor Relations Health Benefits

Health Plan Addresses Enrollment applications should be mailed directly to the health plan. The health plan addresses are: Aetna HealthCare 151 Farmington Avenue Hartford, CT 06095 Attention: Michele Wrenn Attention: CIGNA Healthcare 499 Washington Blvd., 4th Floor Jersey City, NJ 07310 Attention: Membership Dept. New York, NY Attention:

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The Impacts of Racism on Health

The Impacts of Racism on Health Health Care: An Example of Structural Racism and Bias The Civil Rights Act of 1964 sought to improve many unequal systems and institutions segregated by race and class, including health care. Before 1964, many hospitals and health care facilities had a “separate but equal” system,

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Health of Older Adults

The Health Department, together with many partners and City agencies, is committed to making New York a city that supports healthy aging for all individuals in all communities. We hope the data in this report support work across the city to fill unmet needs, reduce disparities and create a …

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Contact your agency health benefits or payroll office or NYCAPS Central at (212) 487-0500. Department of Education employees should contact HR Connect at (718) 935-4000: For questions concerning eligibility and enrollment. For questions regarding deductions for health benefits. For Transfer Period information.

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Home Assessments of Asthma Triggers

If HNP staff find environmental asthma triggers or other home health hazards, the program will work with property owners to correct the problems. Eligibility. You can only get a home assessment if a health care provider refers you to HNP. You are eligible for a free home assessment if you or your child: Has been diagnosed with persistent asthma.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About the NYC Medicare

health insurance plan, unless it is one of the following three non-Medicare plans for which there is currently no additional premium, namely the GHI/EBCBS CBP plan, the HIP HMO plan, and the DC-37 Med Team plan. As an example, if a Medicare retiree is enrolled in the

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New York City Office of Labor Relations Health Benefits

Each health plan has prepared an SBC as required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. To review the SBC of a particular plan, please visit the Health Benefits Program website or contact the health plan directly.

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ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH AND MENTAL …

of the Health Code, is required to be licensed or registered by the State Office of Children and Family Services, or is an enrolled legally exempt group child care program pursuant to the Social Services Law. “Early Intervention provider” or “Early Intervention provider agency” means any person or entity

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FDNY WORLD TRADE CENTER HEALTH PROGRAM HEALTH …

day, one that loomed large was the question of how that cloud would affect our members’ health. Together with a host of partners (e.g., FDNY labor and management, the City, academic medical centers and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH), the FDNY WTC Health Pro-gram was created.

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ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH AND MENTAL …

health and welfare of City residents, and such order remains in effect; and . WHEREAS, on March 25, 2020, the New York City Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene declared the existence of a public health emergency within the City to address the

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Health & Human Services

Health & Human Services. To compete for City contracts and receive funding to provide health and human services, organizations must complete the following steps: Register for NYC.ID: Establishing an HHS Accelerator account is a two-step process that requires you first to create a NYC.ID using a valid email address and then request an account

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Second Health Savings Agreement (FY 2019 to FY 2021) On June 26, 2018, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a second health savings agreement with the Municipal Labor Committee (MLC) covering the fiscal period 2019 to 2021 which builds on the first savings agreement of …

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