Sustaining energy, happiness and health.
As future health professionals, we probably don’t need to remind you about the importance of excellent nutrition to physical, emotional and mental health. But why let that stop us?
NYMC wants our students to be their own best examples of glowing, good health. And we have resources to help.
Lessing's, a food service management company established in 1890, operates at more than 80 locations in the northeast, including the corporate and education sectors, catering, special events, country club operations, fine dining establishments and franchises. Campus food service is Glatt Kosher and operates under the rabbinical supervision of the Orthodox Union, with Rabbi Shlomo Machlis as the on-site supervisor.
Visit their website at: http://nymc.lessings.com
The NYMC Community Garden, located amid student housing, offers an environment of collegiality, sustainability and creativity by encouraging students to grow flowers, fruits and a wide assortment of vegetables from rhubarb and radishes to tomatoes and spinach. Participating gardeners enjoy the satisfaction and benefit of harvesting—and eating—their homegrown food.