2021 has been a busy year, and we're only at the end of February! Read more about our HIV testing week, and our feature on Currents News.
The first coronavirus vaccines arrived in New York last month and The Floating Hospital, among those healthcare organizations to receive an early supply, wasted no time getting to work.
Neither pandemic nor snowstorm could stop the 2020 edition of The Floating Hospital’s Candy Cane Lane!
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.
"From the moment we stepped through the doors adorned with a little boat logo underneath the Queensboro Plaza #7 train stop, we knew The Floating Hospital was not your typical American healthcare institution."
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.
As Covid-19 alters our traditional means of celebrating Thanksgiving, it will not take away the heart of the holiday, which is a time for reflection and appreciation for what we have, and the people who make our lives worth living.