The Right Start for a Bright Future
Keep your child's health on track with regular check-ups, immunization and treatment. All children are able to retain treatment in the Pediatric department through the age of 21 years.
The Ryan Network provides a wide range of specialties, including: allergy, cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology (pediatric), gastroenterology, neurology, ophthalmology/optometry, podiatry, pulmonology (pediatric), and urology.
If your medical need is urgent, you can be seen at walk-in on a first-come, first-serve basis - subject to practitioner availability. However, patients should be aware that wait times may be longer.
WIC (The Women, Infants and Children Program)
Eligibility for WIC is based on both family income and the health status of the mother and child(ren). If eligible, you will receive free nutrition classes, counseling, and food coupons to purchase nutritious food at neighborhood supermarkets or grocery stores.
Family Planning and
Reproductive Health Care
Whether you need to know about healthy pregnancies or planning the size of your family, we can provide specialized information on reproductive health.
The Women's Health Department offers regular check-ups, PAP tests and breast examinations for our patients. If needed, GYN surgery can be performed at one of our partner hospitals, St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center or Beth Israel Medical Center.
Prenatal and Obstetrical Care
(not available at Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton)
Regular check-ups from an early stage of pregnancy insures optimum health for you and your child. We offer childbirth and breastfeeding classes, nutritional counseling, HIV testing and other services.
Patients can give birth at one of our partner hospitals, St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center or Beth Israel Medical Center.
For mothers who do not have insurance and are in need of financial aid, we offer assistance with presumptive eligibility for women and other financial assistance programs.