A potential merger between two major hospital networks has moved a step closer to reality, officials said Tuesday. Continue reading
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The Department of Medicine at St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals (SLR) announces the creation of a new multispecialty group – UMPA at Madison Avenue – which is located in East Harlem. Continue reading
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A mother faces a child endangerment charge after her 4-year-old boy was found wandering the streets of Harlem alone Wednesday morning. Continue reading
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Harlem Hospital has hired Dr. Deborah Williams of Her Game 2, Inc., a New York area Fashion, Marketing and Modeling agency, to increase its hospital store’s over all visibility and appeal.
The Hospital, located at 506 Lenox Avenue, in the heart of Harlem, has been a “bedrock” for the community that serves the neighborhoods of Central Harlem, West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood since 1887.
As part of a $249 million dollar five year project to modernize Harlem Hospitals facilities, the hospital has appointed Deborah Williams as a consultant to help increase its stores revenues with a image makeover. Continue reading