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New York firefighter's heart & lung - EST. 2002

As a leading provider of medical screenings we take pride in offering the best healthcare experience for the firefighter profession. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our firefighters each and every day.

NYFF's Heart and Lung Institute is a medical center designed by firefighters for firefighters. We have been working with NY's Bravest for over 18 years. We provide medical care speciallizing in but not limited to cardiac and pulmonary testing, as well as, providing educational seminars focused on FF safety throughout the USA and Canada.

OUR SERVICES

CARDIOLOGY

We have the most advanced cardiac testing available for firefighters. We offer the latest technology to give firefighters the best care possible.

PULMONARY

Pulmonary evaluations, Pulmonary function tests , Chest x rays, Methylcholine challenge tests, 9-11 screenings/ monitoring , Asthma care and more.

CANCER SCREENING

Cancer screening aims to detect cancer before symptoms appear. This may involve blood tests, urine tests, or medical imaging. Early detection saves lives.

ORTHOPEDICS

Consultation, x-rays, casting, worker's compensation, arthroscopic procedures.

9-11 RETIREE HEALTHCARE

Contact us regarding your options.

RETIREMENT EXIT PHYSICALS

Know before you go.

DISABILITY CONSULTING

Something we never plan, but be educated about your health and your future.

FIREHOUSE DAY OUT FOR YOUR HEALTH

Group health screening and prevention.

FIREHOUSE EDUCATIONAL TALKS

A popular event for those of us with busy schedules.

FDNY - WTC Health Program Wellness and Research Updates

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 Below is an updated link of Fire Marshal Conrad Tinney's story of survival. We experienced some technical issues and apologize for any inconvenience to those unable to view the video yesterday.

The WTC Health Program (WTCHP) and its annual monitoring exams can help identify those at risk, detect illnesses, or begin early treatment, which may enable those with a WTC-related condition to better manage their illness, enter remission, or even become cured. Fire Marshal Tinney encourages everyone to attend their annual WTCHP monitoring exam as it was there that his cancer was detected by FDNY clinicians. To hear more about lung cancer survivor Conrad Tinney's journey to recovery with the WTCHP, click the image below.

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Fire Marshal Conrad Tinney - "If it wasn't for that [WTCHP] monitoring, I don't think I'd be here now."
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