Ask a Health Information Specialist
At NYU Langone, we understand how important it is for people to have accurate, high-quality health information about medical conditions, medications, and procedures. Our health information specialists can provide you with reliable information to help you start conversations with doctors and loved ones about your medical concerns.
Our health information specialists answer questions from current and former NYU Langone patients, family members, and caregivers as well as potential patients. Though we can’t answer specific questions about your medical condition or symptoms, we can help with general questions such as “What is diabetes?” or “Where can I learn more about heart disease?”
We reply to your questions with an email that includes links to easy-to-understand, accurate information, as well as helpful community resources. When needed, we can help you learn more about NYU Langone doctors and their areas of specialty.
To ask a health-related question, please use our online form or call us at 212-263-7438. We will respond to your request within four business days.
Our Health Information Specialists
Sallie Willcox, Patient Education Librarian
Sallie Willcox, MLS, received her degree from Long Island University in 1999. Since then, she has worked at NYU Langone in the field of patient education and consumer health, providing information to patients, families, and caregivers. Sallie also works to enhance the efforts of clinicians and others who educate patients, and she serves on several committees in support of health literacy.
Lita Anglin, Family Health Librarian
Lita Anglin, MSIS, is the family health librarian at the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center and the Stephen D. Hassenfeld Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. She specializes in general pediatrics and pediatric and adult oncology information resources, and she enjoys helping patients, family members, and caregivers to ask the right questions so they can make informed decisions. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Mongolia and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. Lita is also a New York State–certified teacher and a co-author of the 2010 patient guide 100 Questions and Answers about Vascular Anomalies.