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Vincent P. Dole Treatment and Research Institute for Opiate Dependency

About Us

The Vincent P. Dole Institute for Treatment and Research belongs to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's Ambulatory Care Network. The institute is focused on harm reduction and offers a hybrid model of both in-person and telehealth provision of care. Services provided include:

  • Person-centered, comprehensive, and individualized medication assisted treatment
  • A monthly Medical Maintenance Track
  • An Outpatient Detoxification & Transitional Care Track (previously known as Aftercare)
  • A Buprenorphine Treatment Track
  • Integrated medical, psychiatric, and preventive services and referrals, as needed
  • Referrals and care coordination for all NewYork-Presbyterian medical and psychiatric practices
  • Individual and virtual group counseling
  • Psychosocial coping enhancement services
  • Educational-vocational referral services
  • Virtual nursing health education groups

Both the Midtown Center for Treatment and Research and the Vincent P. Dole Institute serve as sites for the study of the prevention and treatment of disease processes related to substance use disorders. Assessment, education, support, care coordination, and referrals to treat patients with Hepatitis C and HIV are provided.

Practice Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday:

7:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.; 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday:

7:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Location

Vincent P. Dole Treatment and Research Institute
503 E 70 Street, Floor 1,
New York, NY 10021

Public Health Programs

Ann B. Beeder, M.D., Chief

Gerard Ilaria, Administrator
641 Lexington Avenue, Floor 25
Tel: (212) 746-5917
gilaria@med.cornell.edu

Mailing Address

Weill Cornell Medical College
Division of Public Health Programs
1163 York Avenue
New York, NY 10065

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