• Essential Plan

    A new health plan for New Yorkers that costs much less than other health plans. The Essential Plan offers the same essential health benefits you get with a Qualified Health Plan but at a more budget-friendly price.

    Medicaid

    The Medicaid managed program offered through Affinity ranks among the largest programs in the New York metropolitan area.

    Child Health Plus

    Affinity believes that every child deserves access to quality healthcare. That's why we offer Child Health Plus, a New York State sponsored health insurance program for children under the age of 19 who do not qualify for Medicaid.

    Enriched Health

    A health plan that offers an enhanced benefits package for Medicaid-eligible members with complex behavioral health needs.
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  • Upcoming Events

    International HPV Awareness Day

    DATE:March, 04, 2020 TIME:12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

    EVENT LOCATION: 1776 Eastchester Rd The Bronx, NY 10461

    EVENT DESCRIPTION: New York State is working with partners to raise awareness about the HPV (human papillomavirus) infection. The HPV infection is very common in the United States and around the world, especially among young adults. Most people will be infected with HPV at some point in their lifetime, putting them at risk for six different types of cancers, including cervical, throat and anal. The good news is that there is a highly effective vaccine that protects against the types of HPV that cause cancer and genital warts. The HPV vaccine, which studies have shown is very safe, has been widely used around the world since 2006 with hundreds of millions of doses given. Side effects from the vaccine are rare. Doctors recommend that boys and girls get the HPV vaccine at age 11 or 12, when they have the strongest immune response. Vaccinating a young adult requires two shots instead of three, giving them the best protection from HPV cancers. Make an appointment with your child’s pediatrician. Spread the word about the HPV vaccine. To learn more go to https://www.cdc.gov/hpv/parents/vaccine.html.
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    Health Awareness Series: December 2019 - Flu Season is Here

    Date:12/17/2019 9:20:42 PM
    When it comes to infectious diseases, influenza or flu, doesn’t usually generate much interest. On the other hand, Ebola kills almost all infected people and was the main character in a best-selling book.

    Health Awareness Series: October 2019 - Breast Cancer Screenings Save Lives

    Date:10/10/2019 5:32:24 PM
    Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women in New York; but, with early detection and treatment, chances of survival are good.

    Health Awareness Series: September 2019 - Early Help Makes a Difference

    Date:9/5/2019 5:58:38 PM
    Every child grows at a different rate. But, have you noticed that your child is not doing all the things that the other kids are doing? Don’t wait. Get help. Act early!

    Health Awareness Series: July 2019 - Lead Poisoning

    Date:7/29/2019 8:41:42 PM
    It is important to find out if your child might be exposed to lead. Lead is a metal that is poisonous to our bodies even in small amounts. If children have lead in their blood they might have slow growth and development; delays in learning, hearing, and speech; and behavior problems.
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