All posts by Charles B. Wang Community Health Center

The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center is a nonprofit and federally qualified health center offering comprehensive primary care services to all in five convenient locations in Manhattan and Queens seven days a week. We accept most major health insurance plans and serve everyone regardless of their ability to pay, the language they speak, or their immigration history. For more information, please visit www.cbwchc.org.

2019: A Year in Review

A Message from the President Dear Friends, 2019 has been an exciting year here at the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center. More people turned to us this year for continued high-quality and affordable health care regardless of their ability […]

Young Asian Americans Talk About Caregiver Burnout in Zine and Podcast

The Project AHEAD (Asian Health Education and Development) 2019 cohort focused their project on caregiver burnout associated with adult caregivers of elderly family members in need of long-term care in the New York City Asian American community. During their nine-week […]

CBWCHC Continues Awards Streak as New York’s 2019 HRSA Quality Improvement Leader Recipient

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced nearly $107 million in Quality Improvement Awards to 1,273 health centers across nearly all U.S. states, territories and the District of Columbia. The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (CBWCHC) […]

Meet Project AHEAD 2019

Project AHEAD (Asian Health Education and Development) provides training and experience to college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in health care. It supports further understanding of the historical and current issues impacting the health of Asian […]

Living with Colorectal Cancer

Adjusting to a life with colorectal cancer can be challenging. It is normal to feel nervous, anxious, and overwhelmed during the transition. While everyone has a unique battle with cancer, it is still possible to create the life that you […]

Mother-to-Child Transmission Risk of Hepatitis B in Asian American Women

Mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) is responsible for the majority of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infections worldwide. While timely vaccinations at birth can reduce MTCT, immunization failures can still occur in infants born to mothers with high levels of HBV in the […]

3 Reasons to Love Our Providers

March 30th is Doctor’s Day and the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center is raising a toast to our providers. Committed to our patients and community members, they ensure that children and adults receive the appropriate screenings and services that […]

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Congratulations to Our Employees of the Year

Please join us in celebrating the Employees of the Year! Nominated by staff and administrators, the awardees were chosen for their outstanding commitment, support, and contribution to the Health Center. Read about their New Year ambitions and how they incorporate […]

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Heart Check: 3 Facts About CPR

You do not need to be a medical professional to learn or give CPR. Anyone, teens and adults, can perform CPR. You do not need to give mouth-to-mouth CPR. Hands-only CPR is just as effective in two steps: first, call […]

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Bilingual Parent Training for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) are children who have, or are at an increased risk for, chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions, and who also require health or other services beyond that of children in general. Parents […]