The New York State Department of Health (DOH) assures the delivery of quality health care, help prevents the spread of diseases, conducts scientific research, and educates New Yorkers on health issues. It runs a drug rehabilitation hospital and four veterans' homes. Among its other duties DOH keeps birth, death, marriage, and divorce records; runs the state's AIDS, prenatal, child, and elderly health programs; holds conferences, meetings, and trainings for health care professionals; and publishes health and safety information. The agency also formulates public health laws and keeps health and disease statistics for the state. DOH's Health Resource Incorporated oversees grant money received by the department. [Description from Hoover's]
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