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The Evolution of Health Care: Dr. Joe Llenos, Class of 2009

Dr. Llenos graduated from the Institute’s Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program in 2009. He continues to practice family medicine at a clinic in Caldwell, Idaho. He spoke with us recently about how his time as a resident has shaped his career.

The Evolution of Health Care: Dr. Resa Caivano, Class of 2006

Dr. Resa Caivano is a 2006 graduate of our Mount Sinai/Beth Israel Family Medicine Residency program. She remains committed to serving medically underserved populations. In addition to seeing patients daily, she works with a team of physicians on a project to aid patients with sickle cell disease – which disproportionately affects African-Americans.

Preventing Child Abuse in Ulster County: Q&A with a Family Support Worker

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and to highlight the role the Institute plays in supporting families and strengthening our communities, we spoke with Nora Engelhard, a Family Support Worker at our Ulster County Healthy Families Program.

The Bronx Salad Featured on the Cover of Edible Bronx Magazine

The Bronx Salad — created by Bronx Health REACH and their partners — was featured on the cover of Edible Bronx for their current “Grow Issue.” The article highlights the initiative as a way to build health and business sustainability in the Bronx.

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May 19, 2017
This week's #MentalHealthMonth tip, from a provider at our Family Health Center of Harlem, is about ... read more

May 18, 2017
For the next few weeks we are celebrating the accomplishments of graduates of our residency programs... read more

May 18, 2017
Why not make your own guacamole to go with those chips? This recipe is healthy, quick and easy. #he... read more

May 17, 2017
Some #WednesdayWisdom - Mental health conditions typically start early in life. Click through to lea... read more

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The Evolution of Health Care: Dr. Joe Llenos, Class of 2009

May 18, 2017

Dr. Llenos graduated from the Institute’s Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program in 2009. He continues to practice family medicine at a clinic in Caldwell, Idaho. He spoke with us recently about how his time...

The Evolution of Health Care: Dr. Resa Caivano, Class of 2006

May 11, 2017

Dr. Resa Caivano is a 2006 graduate of our Mount Sinai/Beth Israel Family Medicine Residency program. She remains committed to serving medically underserved populations. In addition to seeing patients daily, she works with a...

Preventing Child Abuse in Ulster County: Q&A with a Family Support Worker

April 27, 2017

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and to highlight the role the Institute plays in supporting families and strengthening our communities, we spoke with Nora Engelhard, a Family Support Worker at our Ulster...