We support a wide range of grantees across all regions of New York State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM)
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine a grant to convene an expert panel to inform and strengthen the nation’s primary care system.
Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Inc.
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island a grant to integrate community health workers into primary care practice teams by providing technical assistance to clinicians across Long Island.
Montefiore Medical Center
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Montefiore Medical Center a grant to integrate community health workers into primary care practice teams by creating and evaluating a system-wide model at its medical center in the Bronx.
Primary Care Development Corporation
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the Primary Care Development Corporation a grant to implement the second phase of a multi-pronged advocacy campaign to support policies that increase primary care investments in New York.
New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare (fiscal sponsor: Workforce Development Corporation)
In 2023, NYHealth awarded New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare a grant to better understand the landscape and identify opportunities to integrate and elevate medical assistants in New York State.
University of Rochester Medical Center
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the University of Rochester Medical Center a grant to pilot a telehealth model in local banks to connect rural residents with virtual primary care in the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Central New York.
Upstate Family Health Center
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Upstate Family Health Center a grant to expand and sustain a community paramedicine model of primary care in Central New York.
Reproductive Health Access Project
In 2022, NYHealth awarded the Reproductive Health Access Project a grant to determine needs and support the integration of reproductive health care into primary care settings across New York State.
Center for Health Workforce Studies (fiscal sponsor: Health Research, Inc.)
In 2022, NYHealth awarded the Center for Health Workforce Studies, through fiscal sponsor Health Research, Inc., a grant to launch an online portal to improve access to information about health care shortage areas and incentive programs that encourage health care providers to practice in underserved communities.