All of Our Services Are Free

Blood Pressure Screening

Blood pressure screening and cholesterol testing to all who walk in.

Healthcare Referrals

Our healthcare referral list covers a broad range of services and resources. Many clinicians on our list are bilingual and most participate in both public and private health insurance plans.

Health Insurance Enrollment

Our staff are New York State-certified application counselors, trained to assist individuals in enrolling for a health insurance plan that fits their eligibility.

Community Impact By the Numbers


Trained and Certified Community Health Workers


Community Members Screened for Mental Health


Community Members Screened for Cardiovascular Disease


Community Members Screened for Colorectal Cancer


Community Members Signed up for Health Insurance


Cardiovascular Disease Screening Events


The Columbia Center for Community Health in collaboration with the Columbia Global Center, Mumbai hosted a learning collaborative in Mumbai, India.

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Meet Our Leadership

Olajide A. Williams, Professor of Neurology; Chief of Staff of Neurology; Associate Dean of Community Research and Engagement, NewYork-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Olajide A. Williams

MD, MS, Professor of Neurology; Vice Dean of Community Health at the Columbia University Vagelos of Physicians and Surgeons; Vice Chair of the Department of Neuroology 

Robert E. Fullilove, Professor of Sociomedical Sciences (in Social Work), Columbia University Irving Medical Center; Associate Dean for Minority Affairs, Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Sociomedical Sciences
Robert E. Fullilove

EdD Associate Dean for Community and Minority Affairs; Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences; Co-Director of the Cities Research Group

Columbia Center for Community Health is led by neurologist Olajide Williams and public health expert Robert Fullilove, both known for their pioneering approaches to improving public health in Harlem and Washington Heights.