Medical Providers Network Reports
NYLPI released our Spring 2021 Report of the NYLPI Medical Providers Network in May, as a continuation of our newsletter series, highlighting the outstanding efforts and commitment of our medical provider volunteers. The report details our work supporting the release of people in immigration detention and incarceration settings in New York City. The report also goes into depth the various medical conditions most encountered and serious patterns of abuse and neglect from both immigration detention facilities across New York and New Jersey and jails in the New York City metro area. We hope that this report allows our community to learn more about the work of NYLPI’s Medical Providers Network and recognize the invaluable commitment and support from our medical allies.
In November 2020, NYLPI released its Fall 2020 Medical Providers Update Report as a continuation of its newsletter campaign. This report provides a deeper analysis on the impact COVID-19 has had on NYLPI’s work to combat the human rights crisis in immigration detention. Data on the spread of COVID-19 within ICE immigration facilities and New York City jails and prisons is also included in the report to provide a thorough overview of the current health crisis. We appreciate the dedication of our medical providers and are pleased to highlight their critical work and contributions to the network.
In July 2020, NYLPI released its Summer 2020 Medical Providers Newsletter. This newsletter highlights outstanding medical provider volunteers, who went above and beyond to support NYLPI’s immigrant health justice efforts. This newsletter also summarizes the number of cases received, occurring medical conditions, and successful cases in which the medical advocacy of our volunteers made a significant contribution to the release of individuals from immigration detention.
In January 2020, NYLPI released its MPN 2019 Year End Review Report. This report provides a thorough summary of the number of cases received, types of medical conditions managed, and much more.
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