The Floating Hospital President Sean Granahan and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Shani Andre take inventory of a memorable year in which our mission shines brighter than ever.
Just as the numbers of Covid-19 cases and fatalities are staggering, so are the reports of increased violence—in communities and at homes, within families, cohorts and intimate partner relationships.
On December 10, The Floating Hospital will take part in “Interrupting Violence During Turbulent Times: One Community Working Together to Heal.”
When it opens in spring 2021, patients arriving at The Floating Hospital’s new clinic might ask “what’s cookin’ ” as part of their check-in routine.
,Valerie Concepcion, CCM opens up about working to keep our community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Floating Hospital Receives $50,000 Grant from Direct Relief to Maintain Its Status as a Queens-Based Safety NetTFHAdmin2020-11-05T21:59:47-05:00
The Floating Hospital received $50,000 in emergency grant funding from the medical aid organization, Direct Relief, in partnership with the National Association of Community Health Centers.
In line with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order for New Yorkers to wear masks when social distancing isn’t possible, one of The Floating Hospital’s own is a real leader.
Healthcare providers: New York City’s got your back! As one of the few charitable healthcare organizations in the city, these donations are greatly welcomed.
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