August 27, 2012 | Human Capital Blog Post
May 16, 2012 | Program Results Report
The Gateway Institute developed and launched a model to educate and prepare low-income New York City high school students for careers in the health professions, in partnership with a high school, a public hospital, and three public colleges.
July 26, 2011 | Story
A Community Health Leader shows young people how to make their dreams of becoming medical professionals come true. Here, Lynne Holden, MD, talks about the scope of her program and program graduates tell their stories (video).
June 7, 2011 | Story
Westside Health Services instituted the concurrent peer review (CPR) visit, a structured, one-time 30-minute office visit conducted by a clinician peer.
October 15, 2013 | Story
Now executive director of the Andrus Family Fund in New York, Leticia Peguero is an alumnus of the National Urban Fellows MPA Fellowship who views grantmaking as a tool for advancing social justice.
October 8, 2010 | Program Results Report
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol delivered a comprehensive array of services designed to promote the health and stability of young Black and Latino males in the Harlem neighborhoods of New York City.
October 8, 2009 | Story
Holden has won a 2009 RWJF Community Health Leaders Award for her work to establish an all-volunteer organization that encourages and nurtures disadvantaged students from Harlem and the South Bronx in New York City to enter the medical profession.
January 25, 2013 | Program Results Report
Experience Corps engages older volunteers to tutor - with a focus on reading - and mentor low-income kindergarten through third-grade students. It expanded and became an independent nonprofit organization.
A Regional Health Collaborative Formed by NewYork-Presbyterian Aims to Improve the Health of a Largely Hispanic Community
October 1, 2011 | Journal Article
NewYork-Presbyterian creates a Regional Health Collaborative linking patient-centered medical homes to providers and other community-based resources.
September 2, 2009 | Journal Article
This article profiles the Gateway Institute for Pre-College Education, a program that helps low-income and minority high school students enter careers in science, medicine and technology.