Docs for Tots fosters connections between young children’s doctors, policymakers, early childhood practitioners, and other stakeholders through policy innovation and practice transformation.
District II of the American Academy of Pediatrics, which is composed of three chapters and distributes activities regarding the welfare of children in New York State and the pediatricians who care for them.
A collection of ready-to-use resources such as screening and assessment instruments, quick-reference care management advice, and step-by-step care plans.
An American Academy of Pediatrics program, HealthyChildren.org is a parenting website powered by pediatricians, providing parents with guidance on parenting issues to promote the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
The New York Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, promotes family practice in New York State through research, education, and charitable activities.
Mental health recommendations and guidelines for clinical practice.
A state and federally funded workforce development initiative, its mission is to increase the diversity of qualified healthcare professionals by recruiting and training individuals of all races and ethnicities, with a special emphasis on medically underserved areas in both rural and urban communities.
The New York Zero-to-Three Network promotes the optimal development of young children, their families, and their communities in the New York metropolitan area.