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Norma Perez-Veridiano, MD (pictured above) was an honoree during the New York Academy of Medicine’s 168th Anniversary Discourse and Awards honoring the 30-years Fellows on Nov. 5, 2015.

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Holy Name Medical Center staff at the Filipino Medical Program launch in Teaneck, N.J. on Dec. 2, 2015.  (Filipino Reporter photo)

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Although many Filipino-Americans understand English very well, Kalusugan Coalition, Inc. with the support of NYU CSAAH (Center for the Study of Asian-American Health) through the REACH FAR PROJECT, have adapted this poster into Tagalog to show that high blood pressure is also a concern in the Filipino community.

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NYU CSAAH, Kalusugan Coalition and CDC meeting held at Payag restaurant in Woodside, N.Y. on June 26, 2015. In photo are Rachel Avendula (PAYAG), Tristan Vizconde (KC), Mary Joy Garcia-Dia (KC), May Mayor (KC), Cathy Choy (NYU), Shilpa Patel (NYU), Luis Pedron (KC), Catlin Rideout (NYU), Lily Ann Divino (KC), Janelle Gardner (CDC) and Nadia Islam (NYU).

MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J. — Pediatric Primary Care at Children’s Specialized Hospital has become the first pediatric practice in New Jersey to receive a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) designation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), the most widely adopted model for recognizing PCMH standards.

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