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121st Street Family Health Center
219 East 121st Street
New York, NY 10035

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Damian Family Care Centers, Inc. is a not-for-profit primary medical health center & dental care services provider, striving to improve the health status of every patient regardless of one’s ability to pay.

Damian's Mission

The Mission of Damian Family Care Centers, Inc. is to improve the health status of our patients, provide staff who are culturally sensitive and appropriately credentialed to diagnose and treat our patients, provide care to the underserved populations, and provide safe quality primary and specialty care services regardless of language, culture barriers or the ability to pay. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Damian Family Care Centers, Inc. participates in the federal medical professional liability program known as the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).

Why Work at Damian?

Are you looking to make a difference? If so, Damian Family Care Centers, Inc. offers opportunities for a meaningful and challenging career in the health services field. We are looking for proactive, team-oriented employees to join our organization. Come be part of our rapidly growing agency in one of several positions available throughout New York.

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New York, NY

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When people think of New York City, Manhattan is often the first place they picture. It’s no wonder: the borough is home to big-name attractions, such as Central Park, the Empire State Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the High Line and One World Observatory; world-class museums, restaurants and concert halls; and the bright lights of Times Square and Broadway. But there's more to the borough than the obvious sights. Manhattan contains charming neighborhoods and hidden green spaces, trendy boutiques and classic bars. Read on and explore.

An Italian neighborhood during the 1800s and early 1900s, East Harlem—now known as "El Barrio"—welcomed a wave of Puerto Rican emigrants beginning in the 1920s. You can see the influence of the “Nuyorican” community (New York plus Puerto Rican) in cultural institutions like El Museo del Barrio, which focuses on Latin American and Caribbean artists. There is also a slew of Cuban, Mexican and Spanish restaurants in the neighborhood. Vestiges of the Italian era remain, evidenced in longtime establishments like the always-booked Rao’s and the decidedly old-school Patsy’s pizzeria—a former hangout of Yankee Joe DiMaggio.


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