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3000 Appendix


State Management Personnel Manual

2600 Employee Health Service

2610(B) Nursing Stations


.110 Purpose

.111 The EHS Nursing Service provides immunizations and screenings, nursing evaluations, health information and counseling, CPR/AED/first aid training, and first responder emergency services to State employees and to employees of quasi-State agencies, authorities and corporations. Nursing stations are located throughout New York State and are staffed by one or more registered professional nurses.

.112 In addition to services provided for employees, nurses are available to assist agency administrators by participating in new employee orientation programs; serving as resource persons on Health and Safety, Building Evacuation and other agency committees; and offering advice in a variety of employee problem situations that may be health related.

.120 Locations of Stations

Albany—The W. Averell Harriman State Office Building Campus:

  • Building 8—ground floor
  • Building 12—third floor

Downtown Albany:

  • Alfred E. Smith State Office Building—first floor
  • One Commerce Plaza—eighth floor
  • 110 State Street—first floor
  • Ten Eyck Building—first floor
  • 625 Broadway—first floor
  • SUNY Plaza—first floor
  • 200 Southern Boulevard—A level

Albany: Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza:

  • Concourse Level—Southeast Gallery
  • Swan Street Building—Core 2, fourth floor


  • 50 Wolf Road—first floor


  • Binghamton State Office Building. 44 Hawley Street—seventh floor


  • 55 Hanson Place—second floor


  • 100 Seneca Street—first floor
  • Walter J. Mahoney State Office Building, 65 Court Street—basement


  • Suffolk State Office Building, Veterans’ Memorial Highway—third floor


  • Gertz Plaza, 92-30 Union Hall Street—fifth floor

New York City:

  • 345 Hudson Street—seventh floor
  • NYS Department of Law, 120 Broadway—fourth floor


  • Senator Hughes State Office Building, 333 E. Washington Street—fourth floor


  • Utica State Office Building, 207 Genesee Street—fifth floor

TM-63; July, 2008

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