AMHE NY Newsletter
Dear AMHE-NY members,
The AMHE New York chapter is pleased to announce the production of our newsletter under the leadership of Dr. Maxime Coles. The purpose of the newsletter is to inform, educate, and present medical information to our professional community.
We encourage all professionals: Physicians, Nurses, Physician-Assistants, Nurse-Practitioners, and other medical health care professionals, to submit articles, poems, research papers, and events to be considered for publication in the newsletter.
We thank Dr. Coles for his diligence and efforts for single- handedly making this newsletter a reality.
We also want to invite you to view our new web site at AMEHNY. org.
Please help us to make this venture a success.
Dr. Herold Duroseau
Senator Megie A Haitian Star in Canada
Black History Month invites us to reflect on the situation of black people throughout the world and also calls us to value the contribution of blacks to the advancement of our planet. We in the weekly bulletin of the National Center of the Haitian Apostolate and on the Radio Telé Solidarité have always striven to give interviews to black individuals who make history or make a difference in society.
We were fortunate to have an interview with the Honorable Senator of Canada Dr. Marie Francoise Megie, the first senator of Haitian origin in Canada. The rise of Dr. Marie Francoise Meggie is a great pride for the Haitian community of Quebec, the Diaspora and Haiti. (More)
Senatrice Megie, Une Etoile Haitienne au Canada .
Le mois de l’Histoire des Noirs nous invite à reflechir sur la situation des Noirs à travers le monde et aussi nous pousse à valoriser la contribution des Noirs à l’avancement de notre planète. Nous au bulletin hebdomadaire du Centre National de l’Apostolat Haitien et à la radio Telé Solidarité avons toujours essayé d’accorder des entrevues aux noirs qui font l’histoire ou qui font une difference dans la société.
Cette semaine nous avons la chance d’avoir un entretien avec l’honorable Senatrice du Canada Dr. Marie Francoise Megie qui est la première senatrice d’origine haitienne du Canada. L’ascension de la Docteur Marie Francoise Megie est une grande fierté pour la communauté Haitienne du Quebec, de la Diaspora et d’Haiti. (Suite)
Health Talk Show with Doctor Jean Robert Desrouleaux
Director of Neurology department at the
Hospital Franklin in Long Island
Transformation in Economic Models of Health Care
Louis J. Auguste, MD
Louis J Auguste | Feb 11, 2017
Is Health care a right or a privilege? This question has weighed heavily on the mind of the leaders of this country for a century and since Franklin D. Roosevelt, many attempts have been made to provide access to health care to all Americans despite staunch opposition from those who believe that health care should be a privilege. The first effort towards that goal was taken when President Truman, through a program of tax exemption, encouraged commercial enterprises to provide health insurance to their employees. The second major step followed in 1965 with the enactment of the Medicare/Medicaid Law. (More)
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