Between 2002 and 2007, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centerin midtown Manhattan and North General Hospital in Harlem (no longer in operation) formed a partnership to train physicians to provide culturally sensitive palliative and hospice care to underserved, minority populations and to provide such care to residents of Harlem and other communities in upper Manhattan.
Title: A Partnership of Two NYC Hospitals Trained Providers to Offer End-of-Life Care for Minority Populations in Harlem
Publication date 2008-10-17
Publication Year 2008
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / Bronx County / New York City (Harlem)
end of life
, life care
, memorial sloan kettering
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