We recommend that all our users opt for the Flash-version of the chat (currently in use). To become a premium (GOLD) member for life and unlock this feature, all you have to do is buy any amount of tokens one time!
If you are unhappy with the way Flash Player is functioning on your computer, please try switching to the HTML-5 site version by pressing on the "rocker".
However, please keep in mind that the HTML-5 site version has substantially limited features (non-optimal video quality possibility of delayed streaming).
Addabbo Family Health Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine and other organizations.
Older adults and other library customers can get answers t health questions and make medical appointments at these branches.
Contact Savitri Seupersad at 718-990-5154, email [email protected] go to queenslibrary.org/services/health-info/connectcare.
The Consumer Health Resources Center at Central Library contains encyclopedias, sourcebooks, directories, journals and online databases that customers can use to learn more about a prescription drug, disease symptoms or a doctor’s credentials and find other information to help them take care of their health.
Customers can submit questions by phone, live chat, email or phone text. For more information, go to queenslibrary.org/ask-a-librarian. Medical Librarian Al Piedra is available at Central Library’s Consumer Health Resources Center, Monday-Friday, from - p.m., to answer questions and help with research. Call 718-990-5130, fax 718-990-8570 or email [email protected]
For more information, go to queenslibrary.org/services/health-info/medical-librarian. CCTVs enlarge type and mage up to 100 times and display them on a TV screen.
CCTVs are located at Central Library and ten other locations.