Providing comprehensive and affordable healthcare since 1967.

Founded upon former Congressman William F. Ryan's belief that "health care is a right, not a privilege," the William F. Ryan Community Health Network is a family of not-for-profit, federally qualified health centers that deliver world-class medical care to diverse and underserved communities. At the William F. Ryan Community Health Network, we are dedicated to our patients, culturally sensitive, community-oriented and linguistically diverse. Our goal is to ensure that everyone receives the most comprehensive care possible.

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Health Center Advocacy Network

Are you a Community Health Center advocate? Now it is more important than ever to be a part of the health center advocacy network. You will be provided with seamless social media sharing capabilities as well as new and improved advocacy tools. This new and improved advocacy tool from the National Association for Community Health Centers will make it easier than ever for Advocates to take action – from any device with the click of a button. Simply click here to sign up:  http://www.hcadvocacy.org/?recruiter_id=85910

 

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The Ryan 50th Anniversary Gala

In 2017, the William F. Ryan Health Network is celebrating a major milestone – a half-century of providing quality health care services to all New Yorkers! Please join us for our 50th Anniversary Healthcare for All Gala on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at the beautiful Capitale in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Go to www.ryangala.org for more information

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Fitness for Seniors!

Join us on Mondays at Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton for a free fitness group geared toward the 50+ set. You’ll strengthen your cardiovascular system, muscles, flexibility, and balance with a wide range of low-impact standing and sitting exercises. Click here for more information.

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Zika Virus

Zika is a flavivirus related to dengue, West Nile, yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis. Infection with Zika virus is usually mild. About one in five people develop symptoms; but hospitalization is rare. If someone is going to have symptoms, they usually start between 2-7 days following the bite of an infected mosquito and commonly include: acute onset of fever, a red rash with small bumps, joint pain, or pink eye. Other symptoms may include headache, muscle pain, pain behind the eyes, and vomiting. If present, symptoms typically last several days to a week. A Zika virus hotline is available Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm at (888) 364-4723. Learn More.

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Ending the Epidemic

From screening and education, to PEP and PrEP provision, The Ryan Network is committed to Ending the AIDS Epidemic in NY by 2020.

William Murphy, Executive Director, Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center, is a member of Governor Cuomo’s “Ending the AIDS Epidemic” Task Force, and serves on the Care Subcommittee.

For 50 years the Ryan Network has been committed to ensuring that health care is a right, not a privilege. Join us on June 7th as we celebrate this momentous anniversary, and begin our journey towards the next 50 years! Visit www.ryangala.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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Knowing your family health history is a great way to help inform your own care. #BringYourBrave ... See MoreSee Less

Bring Your Brave and call your family to discuss your health history this week. Knowing your family’s health history can help reduce your risk of breast cancer. bit.ly/2m4nXtC

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