NewYork-Presbyterian
 

Stay Informed About COVID-19

main

NewYork-Presbyterian remains committed to the health and well-being of our community during this challenging time. If you have any concerns regarding COVID-19, please know our team of medical professionals is here to help. Please visit us online for the latest information, including NewYork-Presbyterian’s ongoing response to the pandemic, FAQs, and updated visiting guidelines, or contact our dedicated COVID-19 hotline at (646) 697-4000. You can also visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at cdc.gov.

thank you nyc

THANK YOU VIDEO: We Hear Your Cheers, New York

Every evening at 7pm, New Yorkers pause to clap, cheer, and show appreciation for our vital healthcare workers who are fighting on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. At NewYork-Presbyterian, we are inspired and uplifted by this incredible show of support. In this special video, NYP healthcare workers offer sincere messages of thanks for the public, discuss the importance of staying home, and show how we are stronger together.

WATCH VIDEO

amazing things

AMAZING THINGS ARE HAPPENING HERE: Camille’s Story

Camille Culbengan works as a pediatric nurse at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. In this special video, Camille shares her experience of working on the front lines of the pandemic and discusses how proud she is to be a part of the NewYork-Presbyterian team. In recognition of National Nurses Week, and every day, we honor Camille and her fellow nurse colleagues who give their all to keep our communities safe.

SEE HER STORY

 

immune system

HELPFUL HEALTH TIPS: 7 Ways to Boost Your Immune System

Now, it is more important than ever to incorporate positive lifestyle habits that can help you stay healthy. From reducing your alcohol intake to eating a plant-based diet, Michael E. Ford, MD, a primary care internist at NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley, offers tips on how to boost your immune system.

LEARN MORE

NYP nutrition

NYP NUTRITION: Heart-Healthy Black Bean Burrito

A plant-based diet might incorporate foods, like our tasty black bean burrito, that are rich in essential vitamins and minerals, low in saturated fat, high in fiber, and free of cholesterol. Eating a plant-based diet can help you reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer.

GET THE RECIPE

 

depression

IN THE KNOW: Help in Avoiding Depression During the COVID-19 Outbreak

As we try to adapt to severe disruptions to our routines and prolonged social distancing, it is not unusual to ruminate and feel hopeless, helpless, and, possibly, depressed. Read some suggestions on how to help avoid depression during the COVID-19 outbreak from Robert L. Leahy, PhD, an attending psychologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

READ MORE

dry eyes

NYP Donor Profile: #ThankYouFrontline

We are so incredibly grateful for NewYork-Presbyterian healthcare providers, maintenance teams, food service professionals, emergency medical services (EMS) workers, and all of our employees who, every day, fight on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. To show appreciation for our healthcare heroes, New York celebrities including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Kerry Washington, Lupita Nyong’o, and Josh Groban have posted messages of support and gratitude on their social media platforms, usingthe hashtag #ThankYouFrontline.

LEARN MORE

 
2020 ranking
KEEP US IN THE KNOW:

Email Preferences  l  Unsubscribe  l  Privacy Policy  l  State Disclosure
QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, or CONCERNS:

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Office of Development
850 Third Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 212-342-0798
ags@nyp.org  ● www.nyp.org  ● Donate Today
FaceBook-20x20.png twitter_icon instgram LinkedIn Icon
2020 NewYork-Presbyterian. All Rights Reserved.
  Powered By Blackbaud