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Community Health Action of Staten Island Receives $200K from NYC Mayor’s Office to Promote COVID-19 Testing

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI), a member of Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare), will receive a grant of $200,000 from funds totaling $7.8 million that Mayor de Blasio and NYC Health + Hospitals have earmarked for community-based organizations to promote public awareness around COVID-19 and New York City’s Test & Trace Corps. All 38 of these community-based organizations serve low-income and vulnerable communities across the five boroughs who are at an increased risk of contracting COVID-19. “We thank Mayor de Blasio and NYC Health + Hospitals for including CHASI among the organizations who will receive these […]

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Honoring The Hands 2020

FRIDAY | JUNE 26, 20206:30 pm – 7:30 pm Hudson River Health Care is proud to partner with Wölffer Estate Vineyard to raise funds in support of our efforts in the fight against COVID-19! Roman Roth, head winemaker and Partner at Wölffer Estate Vineyard, will be sharing some of Wölffer’s best summer wines with guests, discussing each wine’s unique attributes and pairing suggestions, all while sharingstories from the vineyard and winemaking process. The purchase of a virtual tasting spot or sponsorship includes a wine tasting package shipped directly to you in preparation for a very special evening with Roman, from […]

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Brightpoint Health and UJA-Federation Offer Free Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing in Brooklyn and the Bronx, Beginning May 8

New York, NY – In partnership with UJA-Federation of New York, Brightpoint Health, a member of Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare), will offer free pop-up COVID-19 testing for a limited time at locations in Brooklyn and the Bronx, beginning this Friday, May 8. COVID-19 testing will be available at The Alpha School, located at 2400 Linden Boulevard in Brooklyn, on May 8, 11, 12, 13, and 14. Testing will be offered at Goble Playground, located on Goble Place between Inwood Avenue and Macomb’s Road in the Bronx, on May 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22. At both locations, testing is […]

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HRHCare Provides Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing in Haverstraw

Haverstraw, NY – In response to the Governor’s office and in partnership with Haverstraw Mayor Michael Kohut, Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare) will begin walk-up testing for COVID-19 in Haverstraw, starting Wednesday, April 29. The walk-up testing site is in the parking lot at West Broad Street and Partition Street in Haverstraw, near the HRHCare Haverstraw Health Center. Testing is by appointment, Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm. Anyone with shortness of breath, a persistent cough, temperature above 100.5 degrees, or who has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 should call to inquire about a […]

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Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Site to Open on South Fork

Free Tests, Courtesy of Community Donations Southampton, NY – A pop-up COVID-19 testing facility is scheduled to open on Thursday, April 30th at the Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare) Kraus Family Health Center in Southampton, adjacent to Southampton Hospital in Southampton Village. For many weeks, South Fork residents and government officials have been advocating for increased availability of testing in the region, which includes East Hampton and Southampton Towns. Thanks to a generous donation from Hamptons Health Society, a local not-for-profit (501-c-3), that need is about to be met. Hamptons Health Society has raised $20,000 in local donations in order […]

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NY Health Centers say $5M for COVID-19 Response is Insufficient

Crain’s Health Pulse 3/25 NY health centers say $5M for Covid-19 response is ‘insufficient’ New York community health centers will receive $5.2 million in federal funds to help them respond to the pandemic in an aid package that several health networks said wasn’t commensurate with the role clinics will play in the crisis. The funding was part of $100 million that the Department of Health and Human Services set aside for health centers in a broader $8.3 billion aid package. The federally qualified health centers treat poor and uninsured New Yorkers and are seeing patients turn up in their offices with […]

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Dental Update

It's good to see you again   We’re happy to welcome you for an in-person dental appointment! Make an appointment today for regular check-ups and cleanings, fluoride treatments and dental sealants.   To make an appointment, click here, or call us at 1-844-HRH-CARE (1-844-474-2273).   When you first arrive for your appointment, come inside and tell someone at the front desk that you’re here.   To make sure we don’t have too many people in the waiting room, we may ask you to wait outside or in your car until we are ready to see you for your appointment. One [...]Read more

Hudson River Health Care Responds to Coronavirus Outbreak in New York State

Peekskill, New York – In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) arriving in New York State, Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare) has equipped staff with information and resources at all 43 HRHCare health center locations across the Hudson Valley, New York City, and Long Island. The organization, which has provided health care to NYS communities for over 40 years, has also made public health experts available for interview either on the record or as a resource (bio/backgrounders below). HRHCare has created accessible information around the outbreak in multiple languages and reached out to patients via email and social media campaigns with […]

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COVID-19 Information

It's good to see you again   We’re happy to welcome you back for an in-person appointment!   In-office visits for pediatrics, women’s health, dental, and behavioral health are now available. For your convenience, telemedicine visits are also still available.   To make an appointment for an in-office visit or by telemedicine, click here, or call us at 1-844-HRH-CARE (1-844-474-2273).   When you first arrive for your appointment, come inside and tell someone at the front desk that you’re here.   To make sure we don’t have too many people in the waiting room, we may ask you to wait [...]Read more

Hudson River Health Care Provides Increased Access to Flu Shots after Suffolk County Declares Flu Epidemic

Flu Shot Walk-In Day at HRHCare Health Centers in Coram, Amityville, and Riverhead on February 28 Amityville, New York – In light ofSuffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken declaring a flu epidemic in Suffolk County, Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare) will be holding a flu shot walk-in day on Friday, February 28 from 9:30am to 4:00pm at its’ Suffolk County health centers in Amityville, Coram, and Riverhead. No one will be turned away from getting a flu shot due to inability to pay. “HRHCare is responding to the increased number of flu cases in Suffolk […]

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