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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) is a cancer treatment and research institution founded in 1884 as the New York Cancer Hospital. The main campus is located at 1275 York Avenue, between 67th and 68th Streets in New York City, with other locations in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester County, New York. source: en.wikipedia.org
ColerGoldwater is a leading, comprehensive specialty care hospital and nursing facility dedicated to providing quality medical, sub-acute, rehabilitative and long-term specialty services. We are committed to serving the New York City and surrounding communities while setting the example as a national leader in long-term and subacute care with centers of excellence in areas such as: geriatrics, rehabilitation and ventilator dependence.
Jewish Home Lifecare offers long term care, adult day care, home health care, health services, and social and community services throughout the New York area.
The nursing home provides health services for more than 5,200 senior citizens daily, at our three campuses in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester, and through our Lifecare Community Services Division, which provides healthcare and social services throughout the metropolitan area.
Improving the quality of life and outcomes for dialysis patients takes precedence over all else. Kidney transplantation encouraged in all eligible patients. Home dialysis offered to all patients.
At almost 100 years old, Maimonides Medical Center remains a vital and thriving non-profit, non-sectarian hospital. It is the pre-eminent treatment facility and academic medical center in the Borough of Brooklyn – and among the best in the country ... Maimonides provides high quality compassionate patient care and community services to people of all faiths and backgrounds from the incredibly diverse population of Brooklyn.
Founded in 1898, and affiliated with what is now NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital since 1927, Weill Medical College of Cornell University is among the top-ranked clinical and medical research centers in the country. In addition to offering degrees in medicine, Weill Cornell also has PhD programs in biomedical research and education at the Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and with neighboring Rockefeller University and the Sloan-Kettering Institute, has established a joint MD-PhD program for students to intensify their pursuit of Weill Cornell's triple mission of education, research, and patient care.
The Medical College is divided into 20 academic departments: seven focus on the sciences underlying clinical medicine; and thirteen encompass the study, treatment, and prevention of human diseases, and maternity care. In addition to its affiliation with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Medical College and Graduate School maintains major affiliations with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, as well as with the metropolitan-area institutions that constitute NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare Network. The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College and Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University are accredited by the Liaison Committee for Medical Education of the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Lenox Hill Hospital, a 652-bed, acute care hospital located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, has earned a national reputation for outstanding patient care and innovative medical and surgical treatments. The hospital is particularly well known for excellence in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, orthopedics, sports medicine, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery, and maternal/child health. The Hospital is also a recognized leader in public health education and community outreach.
Founded in 1820, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary in Manhattan (New York City) is the oldest specialty hospital in the Western Hemisphere. With a rich heritage and a mission of providing high quality patient care, community outreach, graduate and continuing medical education and scientific research, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary has built upon its strengths to emerge as a recognized leader in the fields of eye, and ear, nose and throat care.
From its inception in 1899, Calvary Hospital has been faithfully devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients in the advanced stages of cancer, addressing the symptoms of the disease, not its cure. A voluntary, not-for-profit hospital, operated in connection with the Archdiocese of New York, Calvary continues to embody this tradition of caring through the services and programs offered and through the dedication and concern shown by its staff members.
The Hospital will continue to be faithful to this tradition through a twofold commitment. Calvary will strive primarily to expand its programs and services to meet the emerging physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of both patients and families through the provision of acute inpatient, outpatient, home care, hospice, and satellite services. In addition, through the Palliative Care Institute the Hospital will endeavor to transmit to other health care professionals, through research and education, the knowledge and competence which it has developed in the care of the advanced cancer patient.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center is proud to offer you the finest specialty care and the latest in cutting-edge technology in a modern and welcoming setting that has transformed the borough’s first hospital into Brooklyn’s newest. Our staff is dedicated to meeting your health care needs and committed to making your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. More that 500,000 people a year come to The Brooklyn Hospital Center for medical care. Our commitment to ensure patients the quality medical care they expect and deserve is The Brooklyn Hospital Center’s time-honored tradition since our founding in 1845.
Staten Island University Hospital is a 714-bed, specialized teaching hospital located in New York City's 5th and fastest-growing borough.
Occupying two large campuses, plus a number of community-based health centers and labs, the hospital provides quality care to the people of Staten Island, the New York metropolitan region, and to patients from around the world.
The 17-acre north campus (475 Seaview Avenue, Ocean Breeze) features the architecturally beautiful six-story Tower Pavilion; home of the renowned Heart Institute of Staten Island, a joint venture with Richmond University Medical Center. The Heart Institute rivals the best cardiac centers in the nation, and offers advanced cardiothoracic surgeries, including "continuous beating heart" surgery plus sophisticated invasive and non-invasive diagnostics.
A World-Class Patient-Centered Integrated Academic Medical Center
As the flagship facility of New York City’s Health and Hospitals Corporation, Bellevue handles nearly 500,000 outpatient clinic visits, 100,000 emergency patients, and some 26,000 inpatients each year. More than 80 percent of Bellevue’s patients come from the city’s medically underserved populations. Today, the hospital occupies a 25-story patient care facility, with a state of the art ICU, digital radiology communication and a new modern outpatient facility. The hospital has an attending physician staff of 1,800 and a house staff of more than 1000. Source
The name and location of the hospital has gone through several changes since Elizabeth Blackwell founded the New York Dispensary for Poor Women and Children in 1853. In 1857 she opened the hospital under the name of New York Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children at a different location (7th Street, near the present day Tompkins Square Park. As the hospital required more space it was moved again the next year 1858 to Stuyvesant Square. Finally in 1981, merging with the Beekman Downtown Hospital, it relocated to its present site in Lower Manhattan under the name of New York Infirmary-Beekman Downtown Hospital. In 1991 it was renamed New York Downtown Hospital. In 1997 after three years of affiliation with NYU Medical Center the name was changed to NYU Downtown Hospital and in 2005 the affiliation with the NYU Medical Center ceased and the hospital reverted back to the name New York Downtown Hospital. Source
"Since 1852, The Mount Sinai Hospital has been a source of major advances in medicine, including blood transfusions, flu vaccines, liver transplants, genetic research and geriatrics. The Hospital fosters an environment in which innovation is encouraged and achieved. Our medical students are an essential part of this proud heritage.
A premier tertiary-care facility, The Mount Sinai Hospital draws patients from surrounding communities, across the country and around the world. Our staff of more than 3,000 full-time and voluntary physicians treats almost 47,000 inpatients and 427,000 outpatients each year. Many of our faculty are in private practice in the neighborhoods surrounding the Hospital.
Mount Sinai was the first medical school to establish a Department of Geriatrics, as well as departments of environmental and occupational medicine. The interdisciplinary Cardiovascular Institute fosters an innovative approach to treating heart diseases. The Hospital is also home to the world's only center for the diagnosis and care of Jewish genetic diseases."
The Management Team at The New York Hospital Queens is comprised of a diverse group of experienced individuals who are dedicated to the maintenance and continuing development of a health care facility which is second to none in its responsiveness to the community. Under the direction of CEO Stephen Mills, a group of talented and caring professionals has been assembled. Their administration of the Medical Center's resources will guarantee the vibrancy of the institution as it grows to meet the challenges of health care delivery in the 21st century.
Since 1928, Hebrew Hospital Home has provided high quality, skilled nursing care in a nurturing environment. Our longstanding record of excellence and ongoing initiatives to expand and improve our facilities and services have earned us an outstanding reputation in the community. Today, while we have grown to become one of the most comprehensive, full-service facilities of our kind in the region, individualized attention is still our hallmark; working together with patients and their families, we strive to develop a personal plan of care best suited to the particular needs of each of our clients and residents. We think of them as part of our family, and we take great pride in being able to provide them with the highest level of service and care
A voluntary, non-profit hospital, New York Methodist’s mission is to provide excellent health care services in a compassionate and humane manner to the people who live and work in Brooklyn and its surrounding areas.
New York Methodist is proud to be affiliated with the Weill Medical College of Cornell University – and ivy league medical school that is among the nation’s best in patient care, medical education and research. We are also a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System which provides us with access to top-ranking physicians and comprehensive resources, including some of the best thought leaders in the medical field.
St. Barnabas Hospital is the flagship of an expanding healthcare network located in the heart of the Bronx. Our hospital provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, and operates a 199-bed skilled nursing facility for long-term and subacute care. Outpatient services include a large network of primary care sites and community mental health centers, located throughout the Bronx.
As a Level I Trauma Center with nearly 100,000 visits annually, St. Barnabas Hospital plays a vital role in the delivery of emergency services in the Bronx.
The St. Barnabas Network is integral to the lives of families and individuals living and working in the community. We offer programs designed to assure that pregnant women, infants, children, teens, adults and grandparents alike have access to quality care.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is a prominent university hospital in New York City, composed of two medical centers, Columbia University Medical Center and the Cornell University Weill Medical Center.
The two medical schools remain essentially autonomous, though there is increasing cooperation and coordination of clinical, research, and residency training programs. The hospitals have merged administrations, with Herb Pardes, M.D., leading the combined hospitals since 2001.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is one of the most comprehensive university hospitals in the world, with leading specialists in every field of medicine.
Richmond University Medical Center is a 510-bed healthcare facility on Staten Island, serving over 450,000 residents. It also serves as an academic medical center of New York Medical College Valhalla, New York.
RUMC is a Level 1 Trauma Center, a state-designated Stroke Center, and a regional Perinatal Center for high risk expectant mothers. The medical staff includes leaders in areas such as orthopedics, pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology, urology, oncology and cardiology. The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) has the lowest mortality rate in the metropolitan area, and the maternity services include the opportunity for private maternity suite. The facility also has a Sleep Disorders Center, a Wound Care Center, and a Pain Management Center. In addition, RUMC and Staten Island University Hospital together operate the Heart Institute of Staten Island, one of the leading cardiac care serves in the metropolitan area.
Richmond University Medical Center’s main campus is located at 355 Bard Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10310. Additional outpatient services and behavioral health services are offered at the Bayley Seton campus located at 75 Vanderbilt Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10304.
Founded in 1863 by Dr. James Knight and 20 prominent New Yorkers, Hospital for Special Surgery is the oldest orthopedic hospital in the country. Recognized since its inception as a world leader in musculoskeletal medicine, the Hospital's strength lies in the depth of experience of its physicians and clinical staff and the knowledge they can access from nearly 140 years of familiarity with essentially every musculoskeletal disease known. It has one of the most sought after residency programs in orthopedics with over 400 applicants competing for eight spots in 2004. Today, over 400 of its 500+ graduates hold positions in major orthopedic departments, many serving as department heads.
As the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence—breaking new ground in research, training the next generation of healthcare leaders, and delivering science-driven, patient-centered care.
Montefiore is ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report. For more than 100 years we have been innovating new treatments, new procedures and new approaches to patient care, producing stellar outcomes and raising the bar for medical centers in the region and around the world. As we build on this momentum, we continue to advance the practice of medicine and set the standard for excellence.
Lutheran HealthCare* has no reason for being of its own; it exists only to serve the needs of its neighbors.
Lutheran HealthCare defines health as the total well-being of the community and its residents. Beyond the absence of individual physical illness, this includes, at least, decent housing, the ability to communicate effectively, employment, educational opportunities and civic participation.
Lutheran HealthCare understands that a hospital is not a collection of buildings, machines and beds, but a staff of talented, creative and committed people who serve the community as they are needed.
Lutheran HealthCare works in partnership with its neighbors, each relying on the other as friends who care about and assist each other.
he history of Jamaica Hospital is a long and colorful one. It is filled with defining moments, colorful characters, and connections to events affecting the local community, the City of New York, and the world.
Jamaica Hospital has undergone a major transformation over the past 25 years of its existence. Emerging from near oblivion brought about by financial decline, and operational difficulty caused by an old and outdated facility, Jamaica Hospital is today a larger, stronger and more prominent medical and community health institution.
Serving the southern Brooklyn community since 1875, Coney Island Hospital is Brooklyn’s most modern community hospital and is affiliated with several of New York City’s finest university medical programs.
Providing patients with the highest quality care. Caring for the “whole person” and seek to heal patients, their families and diverse community in a way that respects both individuality and culture. Coney Island Hospital’s three inseparable priorities are Quality Care, Patient Safety and Customer Service.
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center is a 1,076-bed, full-service community and tertiary care hospital serving New York City’s Midtown West, Upper West Side and parts of Harlem.
Its two hospital components which merged operations in 1979 are nearly 50 blocks apart on Manhattan's west side:
St. Luke's Hospital (including Woman's Hospital) at 114th and Amsterdam, a level-I trauma center Roosevelt Hospital at 59th and 10th Avenue The hospital center is a member of the Continuum Health Partners, a nonprofit hospital system.
It is affiliated with Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Source
Forest Hills Hospital is a member of the North Shore-LIJ Health System. As a 222-bed community hospital located in an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood in northern Queens County, it is the Hospital’s mission to provide our community with the highest quality and most compassionate healthcare in the county. The Hospital’s medical staff and employees ensure that at all times there is sensitivity and respect for the cultural needs of our patients and their families.
Harlem Hospital Center has been a bedrock of the Harlem community since 1887. The hospital provides a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic, therapeutic and family support services to the residents of Central Harlem, West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. Harlem is the largest hospital in the area, capable of treating the most seriously ill. Harlem provides over 90 specialized ambulatory care services, dentistry and oral surgery, behavioral health services, and community substance abuse treatment.
Harlem is a designated Level 1 Trauma Center, with a full spectrum of specialty services, including an adult intensive care unit, a respiratory intensive care unit, a pediatric intensive care unit, and a cardiac care unit. Harlem operates one of only a few Burn Units in New York City that include a specialty in plastic and reconstructive surgery to reduce the scarring unique to the African-American community.
Beth Israel Medical Center is a 1,368-bed, full-service tertiary teaching hospital in New York City. Originally dedicated to serving immigrant Jews living in the tenement slums of the Lower East Side, it was founded at the turn of the 20th century. The main hospital location is the Petrie Division at First Avenue and 16th Street, and facing Stuyvesant Square. Other campuses included Beth Israel-Kings Highway Division in Brooklyn and Phillips Ambulatory Care Center at Union Square.
It acts as University Hospital and Manhattan Campus for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. The hospital is also a teaching hospital of St. George's University and the Phillips Beth Israel School of Nursing.
Beth Israel Medical Center is a member of the Continuum Health Partners, a nonprofit hospital system that includes four other institutions: Roosevelt Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, Long Island College Hospital, and the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Source