World Trade Center National Responders Program
The World Trade Center National Responders Program, operated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and managed by Logistics Health, Inc. (LHI), was set up to monitor and treat responders outside of the NYC-NJ metropolitan area. All 50 states have at least one of the 5,029 active health care providers in the National Responders Program. Each provider has delivered medical services to one or more responders. Click on a state to view a map of the provider locations.