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Animal Abuse Registry
You may only subscribe to the New York City Animal Abuse Registry if you are a NYC animal control officer, member of an animal rescue group that adopts out animals, a veterinarian, or employee of an animal shelter, humane society or pet shop. Employees and members of these business and organizations are required by the New York City Animal Abuse Registration Act (Local Law 4 of 2014) to consult this Animal Abuse Registry before selling or transferring an animal. Transfer or sale of an animal to individuals listed on the Registry is prohibited. Organizations may be verified to confirm eligibility. By subscribing to the Animal Abuse Registry you agree that you will use the registry only for the purpose of complying with the New York City Animal Abuse Registration Act. If you would like to subscribe,
. If you have already subscribed and need to check the registry,
City Health Information (CHI) Subscription
City Health Information (CHI) is a free publication of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene that offers the City’s primary care providers clinical guidelines on topics of public health significance. The success of our efforts to improve the health of all New Yorkers depends on the public health-medical care partnership, and the CHI has been an integral part of this relationship since it was first published in 1982.
Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR)
The Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR) is a computerized system that, since 1997, keeps immunization records of people vaccinated in New York City (NYC). The CIR can help ensure that NYC residents receive all required immunizations and are protected from vaccine-preventable diseases. The CIR makes available to agencies and individuals concerned with health (e.g., health care providers, health plans, schools, parents, legal guardians or custodians) immunization records on individuals and, in partnership with the Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, blood lead test information on pediatric patients.
If you are a health care provider, school, or agency concerned with health, and if you are interested in CIR access and reporting, and/or intend to submit immunization data to fulfill Meaningful Use (MU) requirements, you may register here to obtain a facility code.
Once you register with the CIR, you may be eligible to sign up for
Online Registry access
to look up records, print official reports, create and save school health exam forms, and generate reminder/recall lists. Need more information? Please visit
, or call (347) 396-2400.
Forgot your CIR facility code?
If you think you may be registered and have forgotten your facility code, you may enter your information using this registration service for verification to obtain your facility code.
Group Child Care and Summer Camp Orientation Sessions
The Bureau of Child Care (BCC) provides orientation sessions for individuals who intend to operate a group child care service (non-residential) and for new camp and aquatics directors employed in a summer camp.
Pre-Permit Orientation (for potential Group Child Care providers only)
Camp Director's Orientation
Aquatics Director's Orientation
NYC Child Care Connect
The Bureau of Child Care (BCC) licenses, regulates and inspects child care services, and assists the public in making informed decisions regarding child care in New York City. The NYC Child Care Connect Service provides regular email and/or text updates on important topics about child care centers, summer camps and school-based child care. You may also sign up to receive notices about specific child care services you have selected.
Recent inspection report available
Newly licensed services opening in your area
Tips on selecting child care
Public health announcements
Public Health Emergency Response Network Auxiliary Distribution Program (PHERN ADP)
The PHERN ADP is a program developed by NYC DOHMH to assist in medical countermeasure distribution to the public in the event of a widespread outbreak of disease. The PHERN ADP targets those who would have difficulty attending public Points of Distribution (PODs) to obtain medical countermeasures – notably residents of congregate care facilities.
To access the Background, Eligibility Requirements and Registration Instructions and an example of the Cooperative Agreement with DOHMH, click on the appropriate link below.
Auxiliary Distribution Program - Long Term Care Facility
Auxiliary Distribution Program - Adult Care Facility
Auxiliary Distribution Program - Inpatient Psychiatric Facility
Public Health Emergency Response Network Pharmacy Program
The Public Health Emergency Response Network Pharmacy Program (PHERN PP) is an easy-to-use application that allows pharmacies in NYC to provide DOHMH pharmacy contact and service information. This information will assist the City in engaging pharmacies in a productive exchange of information during emergencies to ensure the public's access to critical medications.
Water Tank Inspection Reporting
NYC Health Code requires that drinking water storage tanks be inspected annually and that the results be reported to the Health Department. Register and report your water tank’s inspection results here. If your building does not use a drinking water storage tank, you can certify that your building uses an alternate water supply system here. (
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