Health Information Team

Health Information Team

123-01 Roosevelt Ave
Flushing, New York 11368
123-01 Roosevelt Ave
Flushing, New York 11368
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While you're at the game, you can get in the game. The health game, that is! 

Exciting and interactive displays, family-friendly health education games – and fun giveaways – provide an amazing multi-media visitor experience at the Health Information Team (H.I.T.) center at Citi Field, brought to you by Northwell Health and the Katz Institute for Women’s Health.

Come visit us! Our resident robot will welcome you to the climate-controlled area, which is located at Field Level in the right field corner. Fans of every age are welcome to play and learn, and to discover tips on such health-related topics as heart health, nutrition, child safety, sun safety, general wellness and much more.

Before you leave, find out about our doctors, healthcare services, programs and events right in your own neighborhood. You'll see that with locations in Manhattan, Queens, Long Island and Staten Island, access to our 15 hospitals, more than 9,000 physicians and countless other resources is never far.

Resident robot

Come meet Dr. Dan, our moving, talking, interactive robot! Dr. Dan is on call every day to welcome families into H.I.T. to have fun, play games and engage in learning tips on a healthy lifestyle.

Wheel of Health

Spin the wheel and take a swing at answering the multiple choice question. Got the right answer? Hear the crowd cheer!

Hand washing station

Fans of every age will appreciate the virtual sights and sounds of a good old-fashioned hand washing! Step right on up and learn how to properly wash hands – and banish ballpark germs – before digging in to that hot dog!

Heart health station

Amazing 3-D visuals and cool video apps circulate fascinating information on blood pressure, cholesterol, heart healthy living and nutrition.

Safe kid's corner

It’s important to make sure kids are safety smart, whether they’re hitting homeruns in the park or crossing the street. Realistic computer simulations let kids interact with characters and situations that teach them how to play it safe, while being cheered on for knowing their stuff!

Pillars of wellness

Check out our moving wall of wellness, a colorful and exciting window to the world of good health.

Community health

We realize that staying healthy is as important as getting better, and that wellness services and health-related information play an increasingly critical role.

Our community health programs and events bring wellness, prevention, safety, and support into the everyday lives of our communities.