A recognition that community partnerships are an essential component of quality care and resident education is a core commitment of our work. By working collaboratively we can provide patients and families with comprehensive supports that meet their health promotion needs.
A partnership between The Visiting Nurse Service of New York and New York Hospital Queens is being established. All incoming medicine residents will be required to attend a home visit to deepen their understanding of patient needs and the social determinants of health.
Website: Visiting Nurse Service of New York
A partnership between the Violence Intervention Program (VIP) and New York Hospital Queens is being established. VIP works to promote nonviolent partner relationships, families, and communities. The opportunity to work with the organization is open to all incoming Spanish-speaking medicine residents.
Website: Violence Intervention Program
A partnership between the New York Asian Women's Center (NYAWC) is being established. NYAWC works to help women and their children overcome domestic violence and other forms of abuse by empowering them to govern their own lives. The opportunity to work with the organization is open to all residents, particularly those with a capacity to speak Chinese, Korean, or South Asian language.
Website: New York Asian Women's Center
A partnership between the Community Mediation Services and New York Hospital Queens is in progress. Community Mediation Services operates with a holistic approach to conflict resolution. Incoming residents with an interest in conflict resolution and/or psychiatry are especially welcome to get involved with this organization.
Website: Community Mediation Services
A partnership between the Queens Pride House and New York Hospital Queens is in the works. The Queens Pride House works to create a safe and nurturing space throughout the Borough of Queens in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people will be empowered, which is carried out through a variety of programs and initiatives. Incoming Spanish-speaking medicine residents with a particular interest in Public Health, Health Communications, and GLBT issues are encouraged to get involved with the organization.
Website: Queens Pride House
A Partnership between the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) and New York Hospital Queens is in the works. JASA works to sustain and enrich the lives of the aging in the New York metropolitan area so that they can remain in the community with dignity and autonomy.
A partnership between Voces Latinas and New York Hospital Queens is being established. Voces Latinas aims to reduce the rate of HIV transmission among immigrant Latinas by empowering, educating and providing leadership and advocacy training to enable them to make healthier decisions for themselves and their families. Spanish-speaking Medicine residents will have the option of getting involved with this organization.
Website: Voces Latinas
A partnership between the YWCA of Queens and New York Hospital Queens is under way. The YWCA works to preserve and strengthen families and their traditions while serving as a bridge to the mainstream culture and community in the most diverse borough, in the most diverse city, in the country.
A partnership between the Flushing YMCA and New York Hospital Queens is being established. The YMCA promotes positive values through programs that build spirit, mind and body, welcoming all people, with a focus on youth.
A partnership between the Queens Branch of the Chinese-American Planning Council and New York Hospital Queens is under way. The CPC is one of the largest Asian Social Services organizations in the United States with a variety of programs from Day Care to Workforce Development to Senior Services.
A partnership between the Queens Jewish Community Council (QJCC) and New York Hospital Queens is in the works. QJCC serves as a non-political, non-partisan body for communication and action for the residents and organizations of Queens. The QJCC provides social services to those in need to improve their quality of life regardless of race, creed, age, religion, color, disability, national origin, sex or marital status.