More hospitals offer men-only services

The notion of men's only clubs have slowly been fading away in recent decades, but it is making a comeback of sorts among hospitals. Facilities such as NYU-Langone Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell have established facilities that cater specifically to male patients, offering services such as heart monitoring, hair removal, hormone therapy and even erectile dysfunction, the New York Times reports. Officials with the facilities say they want to create a more comfortable environment for men, who often shun healthcare services unless they are absolutely necessary. Read the full report from FierceHealthcare

 

 

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