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Maimonides Medical Center is often cited in newspapers and magazines, through TV and radio interviews, and on various websites offering expertise on a range of medical topics. Our reputation as a premier academic medical center in patient care, education and research provides the news community with a valuable source of knowledge.

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October 25, 2019

News 12 Brooklyn Correspondent Katie Vasquez recently interviewed Maimonides Director of Infectious Diseases Dr. Edward Chapnick on the importance of the flu vaccination. Watch now


October 04, 2019

It was a flag-raising for a good cause as Maimonides Medical Center recognized National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a flag-raising ceremony on Friday, Oct. 4 outside the Maimonides Breast Center Eisenstadt Administration Building, 4802 10th Avenue.

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September 10, 2019

Leveraging resources developed for DSRIP and Health Home, Maimonides will use new grant to implement care management model that transcends existing approaches.

August 29, 2019

Jenny Tsang-Quinn, MD, Vice president, clinical programs and provider engagement, Maimonides Medical Center leads a team that builds programs and resources to support primary-care transformation, system integration and workforce development.

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August 27, 2019

As children and parents gear up for the school year ahead, it’s important to refocus on healthy eating habits that may have been lost or overlooked during the summer months. Pediatric experts at the Maimonides Children’s Hospital urge parents to ensure children receive proper nutrition when starting the new academic year. 

August 15, 2019

While the freedom of summer vacation is every child’s dream-come-true, parents know the inevitable bedtime and morning routines are fast approaching. Achieving a successful back-to-school sleep routine requires parents to plan ahead.

August 02, 2019

Dr. Norman Saffra, Director of Ophthalmology at Maimonides Medical Center, was volunteering at a soup kitchen last Christmas Eve when he learned about a unique opportunity to transform eye care in Jamaica – a country with one of the highest rates of blindness due to diabetic eye disease. He came across Caron S. Chung, Executive Director of the American Friends of Jamaica (AFJ), and soon a collaborative effort was formed with AFJ to bring Dr. Saffra’s ophthalmic expertise to the island.