Recent Updates on COVID-19

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NewYork-Presbyterian is committed to the health and well-being of our community during this challenging time. Please visit the link below for the latest information on NewYork-Presbyterian's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including helpful answers to frequently asked questions, updated visiting guidelines, and more. You may also call our dedicated COVID-19 hotline at (646) 697-4000. This hotline is not to diagnose or treat the caller but rather to provide a reliable source of information to help people stay healthy and avoid unnecessary trips to the Emergency Department.

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HELPFUL HEALTH TIPS: How to Tackle Spring Allergies

Do you suffer from allergies? More than 50 million Americans experience allergy-related symptoms. Dr. William Reisacher, Associate Attending at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, gives an overview of common allergies, as well as strategies to manage their related symptoms.



NYP DONOR PROFILE: Meet Mark Chamberlain

One day in 2016, retired NYPD officer Mark Chamberlain (above right) read an urgent cry for help on Facebook. Joseph Cappuccilli (above left), a fellow officer and 9/11 first responder, was in stage 4 renal failure and in desperate need of a kidney transplant. Mark did not know Joe, but he knew he had to help. So, he went to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, where Dr. Sandip Kapur, an Attending Surgeon, confirmed he was a match. There, Dr. Kapur was able to successfully perform a living donor transplant surgery. Through organ donation, Mark gave Joseph an incredible gift—and saved his life.


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NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH: 10 Things to Know About Organ Donation

It is estimated that over 100,000 men, women, and children are on the national transplant registry—with a new person added every 10 minutes. Learn how you can help address this critical need and save lives through the gift of organ donation.


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During these unprecedented times, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our frontline healthcare workers. As our patient levels surge, our staff faces tremendous challenges. Thank you to our #NYPHEROES for their courage, selflessness, and compassion while working on the frontlines of COVID-19.


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