New Telemedicine Service - Receive Rapid Access to Medical Care

Chief Medical Officer, Christine Brown, M.D., ready to take your telemedicine call

Do you need to see a medical provider, but can't make it to the office? The Charles Evans Center (CEC) has launched a brand new telemedicine service - Provider on Call - enabling enrolled patients to have rapid access to a medical provider.

Existing CEC patients can easily access this service by calling (516) 622-8888, Extension 2, anytime between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, Monday - Friday.

If you prefer to be seen in the office, feel free to visit us at our Bethpage location Monday - Friday between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, on a first come basis.

ο»ΏIf you aren't already a patient at the Charles Evans Center, call us now to schedule an initial in-person visit and get details on care eligibility.

A patient and primary care physician meeting virtually

Catch Up With The CEC Staff

Let’s hear it for our nurses! Saturday May 6th - Friday May 12th was Nurses Appreciation Week and we thanked all of the nurses at our three locations for the extraordinary work they do!

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Where would we be without our Administrative Staff? April 26th was Administrative Professionals Day, and we celebrated all of our Administrative Teams!

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Wear Blue! In April, our clinical and administrative staff across the organization sported their favorite shades of blue for Autism Awareness Month!

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CEC Was Awarded Grant To Improve Health Literacy In Underserved Communities

In 2022 the Charles Evans Center was awarded a $200,000 grant from the Mother Cabrini Foundation to improve health literacy in the Nassau County area by providing free health screenings, workshops on chronic health conditions, and by facilitating referrals to care.

The goal of the grant is to eliminate barriers to care for medically underserved communities, and to improve health literacy with education, tools and resources. Community outreach will help address the unmet need for no- and low-cost services that target prevention and education among underserved communities. Providing opportunities for community members to engage with health professionals will provide an avenue for the underserved to obtain culturally appropriate health information and health screenings with the goal of reducing health disparities.

Through the grant the Charles Evans Center is hiring a two-person outreach team consisting of a Care Navigator and a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The team will attend health and wellness fairs in Nassau County where individuals can receive free health screenings, health education and connections to resources in a relaxed atmosphere. The team will also seek to partner with local government, schools, religious organizations and other social service agencies to offer health classes and workshops on various health topics to include: Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Maintaining Wellness, and Health Aging. In response to the Opioid and Fentanyl crisis, the team will also seek to educate youth and their families about those substances.

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Vet Fest

Come on down to the Vet Fest in Northport this weekend hosted by the Northport VA Medical Center! This is a resource sharing event held to benefit veterans, service members, and their families.

The Charles Evans Center will be in attendance with a booth to provide information on health services and eligibility.

ο»ΏSee you there!

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