Bellevue Hospital is always looking for better
ways to serve our community. We have listed
below a few links to other sites that may be of
interest to you for your health.
We offer these
links as a means of seeking additional health
understand and agree that, except for
information, products or services clearly
identified as being supplied by the The Bellevue
Hospital, we do not operate, control or endorse
any information, products or services on the
Internet in any way.
should also not be used instead of consultation
with your family physician.
If you have any
suggestions about links to add, change, or
delete, please send an e-mail to
Directives - You may go to this web site to
learn more about Advance Directives:
Anonymous meetings throughout the area.
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation-Burn
prevention information for all ages.
Heart Association - Educational
information for all ages about the heart, health
Centers for Disease Control-Information
related to the spread, containment and
prevention of disease and injury.
Donate Life, is a web site to Learn the
Facts about Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation. It
costs nothing, it means everything. You may also
fill out the form to become an organ, eye and
Assistance Information provided on website
about national assistance providers.
- The Food & Drug Administration's website to
give consumers information about buying
prescriptions and medical products online. Click
on "Buying Medical Products Online?"
- Consumer oriented health care information,
risk assessments and wellness/illness discussion
- Is maintained by the US Dept. of Health and
Human Services. This site provides basic
self-care information, government health news,
and links to a number of different sites.
- Harvard Health provides information for a healthier life..
- Lab Tests Online is a noncommercial Web site
designed to teach patients how to understand lab
tests and their results.
Link to Life Program - This
explains the Link to Life Program sponsored by
The Bellevue Hospital.
Mayo Clinic Health Oasis
- Maintained by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,
Minnesota. Has consumer-friendly articles on a
wide range of health topics. It also allows user
to e-mail questions to clinic physicians.
Medicare provides information about the parts of
Medicare, what's new, and how to find
Medicare plans, facilities, or providers.
Hospital Compare: The information on
the Hospital Compare web site will help you
select a hospital and shows comparisons of how
American Hospital performed in a variety of
patient satisfaction and clinical outcome areas.
- Information about medication
- Questionnaire, health information &
resources, no cost & advertising free.
National Heart, Lung and Blood
Government-sponsored site for heart disease
Inhalant Prevention Coalition - For concerns
and information about "huffing," inhalant abuse,
and hidden household product dangers.
National Library of Medicine
- Provides access to the world's largest medical
library. This location in the site provides
information on general health.
a non-profit consumer health web site that has
been in operation for over ten years. It
provides high quality information created and
evaluated by medical and health professional
faculty at the:
Case Western Reserve University, The Ohio State
University, University of Cincinnati.
- Providing information on general nutrition
- If you love pasta you will love this
Plate - Learn about the food plate
and other general information on nutrition
Poison Control -
Association of Poison Control Centers
- The American Medical Association and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy working together on a certification program of reliable sites drugstore sites.
service of the National Institutes of Health.
You can search science literature data bases.
Type in your condition; click on "go."
Shaken Baby Syndrome: Deaths and injuries
from shaken baby syndrome (SBS) can be prevented
by helping adults understand normal crying,
practice methods to soothe crying babies and
learn how to safely relieve the stress of caring
for young children.
Sleep Disorders Center
Social Services -
The Social Services
Department of The Bellevue Hospital has
worked to provide additional information
which may be beneficial to our patients and
provides valuable health information, tools for
managing your health, and support to those who
Increasingly, people are seeking reliable
healthcare information on the Internet, and many
of those are women who are seeking health
information for themselves or their families.
There are a number of reliable sources of
information on women's health issues. For
- The National
Women's Health Information Center
sponsored by the US Department of Health and
Human Services, has information on
educational campaigns, health information in
different languages, and special sections on
topics like heart disease, disabilities and
- The National
Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has a
special Web site devoted to heart problems
and women: The Heart TruthA National
Awareness Campaign for Women About Heart
- The American
Medical Women's Association's Health Topics
http://www.amwa-doc.org provides information about a variety of
medical issues of interest to women.
- The National
Sleep Foundation's Women and Sleep feature http://www.sleepfoundation.org
has valuable information on the unique
sleep needs of women.