NYP in your Community

Community and Population Health

The mission of NewYork-Presbyterian’s Division of Community and Population Health is to collaborate across the community, hospital, and academic organizations to impact the health and well-being of children, adolescents, and adults in the communities we serve.The Division includes the Ambulatory Care Network and Community Programs & Services. In addition, it provides education and training for residents, fellows and other trainees.

Annual Report for the Division of Community and Population Health

Ambulatory Care Network

The ACN provides clinical services for families across New York City. Patients receive care from a team of dedicated healthcare providers, led by their primary doctor. With patient participation, the medical team coordinates and manages treatment plans so that patients and their families receive the best care.

Learn more about the Ambulatory Care Network

Community Programs and Services

NewYork-Presbyterian’s Division of Community and Population Health connects community residents with medical and behavioral health care through a wide range of community health programs for children, adolescents, and adults - connecting NewYork-Presbyterian’s expertise and programs with schools, faith-based organizations, and community organizations.

Learn more about our community programs and services