FDNY Insider- Bureau of Health Services
World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program  

For Non-FDNY Members

World Trade Center Medical Monitoring ProgramThe FDNY BHS program is the designated WTC Medical Monitoring Program Center, specially designed for FDNY members, active and retired, who participated in the rescue and recovery effort at the WTC site between 9/11/01 and July 2002.

However, our program was developed jointly with the Mt. Sinai Consortium. The following federally funded (NIOSH) clinical centers have programs to monitor non-FDNY WTC responders. Please spread the word about the WTC Medical Monitoring and Treatment Programs to other uniformed services, iron, communications, demolition/construction workers and WTC site volunteers. Their contact information is:

Mount Sinai School of Medicine – I.J. Selikoff Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, phone (212) 241-3355

Bellevue Hospital Center/NYU School of Medicine – Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, phone (212) 562-3849

Queens Ground Zero Worker Health Watch, Queens College, phone (718) 670-4216

Long Island – Suffolk County
Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center, SUNY Stony Brook, phone (631) 642-9100

Long Island – Nassau County
Nassau University Medical Center - Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, phone (516) 572-8714

New Jersey – Piscataway
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute, phone (732) 445-0123 Ext. 601

Outside the Metro New York area
For WTC Medical Monitoring Program locations, phone (888) 702-0630