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HHC Bellevue – South Manhattan Healthcare Network



Dr. Craig Spencer Reunites with HHC Bellevue Hospital Medical Team a Year After Recovering from Ebola
Dr. Spencer greeted and hugged staff who successfully cared for him while he was in isolation in Bellevue’s Infectious Diseases Unit during the height of last year’s Ebola crisis.

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Benard Dreyer, Director of Pediatrics at Bellevue Hospital Center, Elected President of the American Academy of Pediatrics
Pediatric specialist says he’s working toward a world where all children and families have access to the best healthcare

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Ten Bellevue Doctors Named Among the Best
Ten physicians from HHC Bellevue Hospital Center have been named to New York Magazine’s list of “Best Doctors”.

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“Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon Thanks Bellevue Staff for Saving Finger

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Community Hospital North | Community Health Network

3/25/20: Starbucks and Bamboo Too are closed until further notice.

Community gift cards are accepted at all Community Health Network retail locations.

Vending machines are available 24 hours a day in the ER lobby and across from Starbucks in the main lobby (gallery).

Bamboo Café is located north of the hospital’s emergency department. The café serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night. Bamboo offers daily specials and food options for all tastes, including grill, pizza, sandwiches/wraps, salad bar, sauté station, daily soups, fountain drinks, and assorted to-go items, such as bottled drinks, fruit, sandwiches, yogurt, desserts, salads, snacks and more.

Bamboo Too is located in the main lobby of Community Surgery Center North. It serves breakfast and lunch, and carries many of the same items available at Bamboo Café. The breakfast menu features pastries, bagels and fruit and a daily hot breakfast special. Lunch features sandwiches, tossed-to-order salads, soups and a

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HRET | Hospital Improvement Innovation Network

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services awarded the Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET) a two-year HIIN contract (with an optional third year based on performance), to continue efforts to reduce all-cause inpatient harm by 20 percent and readmissions by 12 percent by 2019. An American Journal of Medical Quality article, written by HRET staff, explores the relationship between engagement in improvement activities and affected quality measures.

According to AHRQ, an estimated 125,000 fewer patients died in the hospital and approximately $28 billion in health care costs were saved as a result of reductions in Hospital Acquired Conditions.  Although the precise causes of the decline in patient harm are not fully understood, the increase in safety occurred during a period of concerted attention by hospitals throughout the country to reduce adverse events, including the work of hospitals that participated the Hospital Engagement Network (HEN) and HEN 2.0.

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Home Page | Northside Sports Medicine Network | Northside Hospital

Welcome to the Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Network

As your health care provider, the health and well-being of our patients, employees, and our community is paramount. We understand the concern you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), and we are committed to being responsive to our patients.

All 11 of our locations remain open and we are continuing to see patients with urgent and acute injuries, while following all CDC recommendations to help prevent exposure and spread of the virus.

We offer virtual visits, available with any of our physicians. Please call
1-855-647-7678 to schedule your virtual appointment.

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Whether you are a professional athlete, weekend warrior or student athlete, our team at the Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Network provides comprehensive care based entirely on the needs of athletes of all ages. No matter your age or skill level, our multidisciplinary team of board-certified and fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians offers

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