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During the COVID-19 outbreak, the LIHC is here to support you and your family.

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Track Your Health, Get Rewarded.

Everyone can be physically active - anytime, any place. The more you move, the healthier you'll become. Get rewarded for your healthy habits by creating an account, and logging your minutes moved, miles traveled, or steps walked. Track your journey across Long Island, and be entered to win exciting prizes! 


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Recommendation for walking

What is the Long Island Health Collaborative?

The LIHC (we pronounce it, "LIKE") is the hub of population health activities on Long Island. 
It's a coalition that includes Nassau and Suffolk county health departments, every hospital on Long Island, 
health and social service community-based organizations, insurance plans, 
academic institutions, local governments, and other groups 
that are working together toward a healthier Long Island community. 

What does that mean for you? It means that people who actually live and work on Long Island 
are making sure your health needs are heard and met in ways that make sense for you.


Events Calendar

9 Apr,  2020

NQP PAC Meeting

Come join Nassau Queens Performing Provider System as they host the NQP PAC Meeting on Thursday, April 9th!


11 Apr,  2020

Virtual Walk With a Doc

Come join Walk with a Doc every Saturday at 9:00 a.m. for a brief health talk and a walk!


13 Apr,  2020

Black Maternal Health and the U.S. COVID-19 Response

Come join the Black Mamas Matter Alliance as they host Black Maternal Health and the U.S. COVID-19 Response on Monday, April 13th!


News & Blog

6 Apr,  2020

Scholarship Opportunities

Finally, some good news for your students!


24 Mar,  2020

Prevention before Pandemics

Not only is preventing chronic disease important for maintaining a normal, healthy day-to-day life, it is essential for keeping you and your family at a reduced risk during outbreaks of illness such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.


12 Mar,  2020

Medicaid Ensures Access, Especially Vital During Infectious Disease Outbreak

Guest blog from the Dahill Dose