Healthy communities are the foundation of a healthy city. The Ambulatory Health Network at Queens Hospital Center offers services both on and off campus. The modernization of Queens Hospital provides a beautiful venue for patients to receive their ambulatory care in a soothing, up-to-the-minute environment. Our on-campus practices offer primary and specialty care with easy access to diagnostic and ancillary services.
Adult Primary Care provides primary care to adult patients ages 18 and above. It provides health screening, health maintenance and disease management for a wide range of internal medicine problems.
Coumadin Practice is responsible for assessment and management of patients for Coumadin anticoagulation therapy.
Subspecialty Practice provides comprehensive medical and surgical care, when a patient is referred for specialty care by the primary care provider.
WIC Department performs certification and recertification of prenatal, breastfeeding, infants and children, along with imparting of nutritional education and issuance of food instruments.
Podiatry Services provides comprehensive foot care services as well as a diabetic foot care and shoe program.
Immunology provides H.I.V. primary care services as well as early identification of testing and counseling of H.I.V. disease.