On Nov. 17, faculty, students, and staff will take the stage for the CUMC Symphony Orchestra’s first performance in nearly 10 years.
Upper Manhattan residents came to CUMC to hear experts discuss the latest research on high blood pressure.
Kim Morel-Betances, assistant director of patient access for ColumbiaDoctors, credits a childhood experience in a twirling and marching band with setting her on the path to success. That’s why in her free time she co-founded a similar band for local youth.
It’s rare that scaffolding, steel girders, and caution tape are a welcome sight, but on the 168th Street 1 train platform, they are evidence that a long-overdue renovation is really happening. With some helpful prodding—and contributions toward the cost—by Columbia University Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the MTA has begun making structural and cosmetic repairs to the grand archway over the 1 tracks.
Last week, ColumbiaDoctors and the CUMC Office of Communications presented “Social Media for Health Care Professionals.” The event featured presentations and panel discussions with social media experts.
On July 8, about 90 young New Yorkers in NYC’s Summer Youth Employment Program started summer jobs at Columbia University Medical Center.