About Us

NYP In Your Community

Working closely with our communities to improve health, strengthen our healthcare system, and address local needs.

NewYork-Presbyterian is deeply committed to the communities we serve. As one of the largest academic medical centers in the country, we leverage our patient care, research, and educational resources to improve health, strengthen our healthcare system, and address local issues and needs.


Community Programs & Services

At NewYork-Presbyterian, we have a long-standing commitment to understanding the needs of our communities and helping meet those needs. Our goal is to reduce and erase disparities by linking our neighbors with the world’s best healthcare services and supporting them to reduce social disparities of health. We collaborate with community-based organizations, chambers of commerce, faith-based organizations, community groups, and residents to address local issues through a range of innovative programs and services.

Find out more about what we are doing in your community:

To learn more about our community initiatives and programs, please contact us at [email protected].

Community Advisory Boards

Our Community Advisory Boards include local representatives who meet regularly with NewYork-Presbyterian leaders to discuss issues affecting well-being in the communities we serve.

Community Service Plans

In 2019, NewYork-Presbyterian completed its triennial Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to understand the needs of local communities and the conditions that influence their well-being, and inform three-year Community Service Plans to enhance community health.

View our latest Community Service Plans.

Government Relations

NewYork-Presbyterian works with local, state and federal officials to support the health and safety of the patients and communities we serve. Contact us at [email protected].

Care in the Community

The community has access to primary and specialty care in convenient locations in the tri-state area through NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group, ColumbiaDoctors, Weill Cornell Medicine, the Ambulatory Care Network, and NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Department of Ambulatory Care.