NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the nation’s most comprehensive, integrated academic health care delivery systems, dedicated to providing the highest quality, most compassionate care and service to patients in the New York metropolitan area, nationally, and throughout the globe. In collaboration with two renowned medical schools, Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, NewYork-Presbyterian is consistently recognized as a leader in medical education, groundbreaking research, and innovative, patient-centered clinical care.
NewYork-Presbyterian has four major divisions:
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is a world-class academic medical center committed to excellence in patient care, research, education and community service. Based in New York City, it is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive hospitals and a leading provider of inpatient, ambulatory, and preventive care in all areas of medicine. With some 2,600 beds and more than 6,500 affiliated physicians and 20,000 employees, NewYork-Presbyterian sees more than 2 million visits annually, including close to 15,000 infant deliveries and more than 310,000 emergency department visits. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is ranked #1 in the New York metropolitan area by U.S. News and World Report and repeatedly named to the Honor Roll of “America’s Best Hospitals.” NewYork-Presbyterian is comprised of six campuses as follows:
NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Medical Center
630 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032
NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, affiliated with Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, is one of the leading academic medical centers in the world. Providing emergency, primary, and specialty care in virtually every field of medicine, the 738-bed Medical Center offers a number of distinguished programs. These include the National Cancer Institute-designated Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center – one of only three comprehensive cancer centers so designated in New York State – which brings together internationally recognized researchers and clinicians to develop and implement the latest approaches for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, with more than 200 clinical trials ongoing. In addition, the Department of Orthopedic Surgery provides the most advanced treatments and programs for musculoskeletal conditions in adults and children, including joint replacement surgery, sports medicine, cerebral palsy, and scoliosis. NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia is internationally renowned for its cardiac programs – offering the latest interventional therapies and pioneering cardiac surgery expertise, including heart transplant.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center
525 East 68th Street
New York, NY 10065
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, is among the foremost academic medical centers in the world with 862 beds providing emergency, primary, and specialty care in virtually every field of medicine. The center offers children and adults the latest diagnostic and treatment approaches in digestive disorders through its Center for Advanced Digestive Care – a multidisciplinary program that includes an emphasis on minimally invasive colorectal surgery. Through major programs in neuroscience, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell provides expertise in such areas as epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, and stroke. The Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center serves as one of the country’s premier providers of minimally invasive surgery for adults and children. The Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program, the oldest kidney transplant program in New York State and one of the highest volume programs in the country, is nationally recognized for developing innovative strategies that allow for successful transplants. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell is also home to the William Randolph Hearst Burn Center – a world leader in burn treatment, rehabilitation, research, and education.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Phyllis and David Komansky Center for Children’s Health at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell is a full-service, multidisciplinary pediatric program. Here highly skilled physicians, all of whom are affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, have expertise in the full range of pediatric subspecialties, including respiratory conditions, cancer, and congenital heart disease. The Center’s Pediatric Emergency Department is a Level 1 Trauma Center and a New York City regional burn center.
NewYork-Presbyterian / The Allen Hospital
5141 Broadway at 220th Street
New York, NY 10034
NewYork-Presbyterian/The Allen Hospital is a 196-bed community hospital serving northern Manhattan, Riverdale, and other communities in the Bronx, Westchester, and Northern New Jersey. All of the Hospital’s physicians are on the faculty of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Among the Hospital’s major services are Cardiology, Geriatric Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, and Family Medicine. In addition, The Spine Hospital, a component of the comprehensive spine initiative of NewYork-Presbyterian, is located at NewYork-Presbyterian/The Allen Hospital. The Spine Hospital includes both orthopedic, Neurosurgical, and rehabilitation spine specialists who provide comprehensive operative and nonoperative care for the broad range of spinal disorders.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
New York, NY 10032
NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital offers the highest quality care in every area of pediatric subspecialties – including the most complex neonatal, cardiac, and cancer care. Affiliated with Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, the 269-bed Hospital is one of the largest providers of children’s health services in the tri-state area, as well a major international referral center, meeting the special needs of children from infancy through adolescence worldwide. Sloane Hospital for Women is located within NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, providing the highest quality, most compassionate obstetrical, gynecological, and maternal-fetal care.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Lower Manhattan Hospital
170 William Street
New York, NY 10038
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital is the only full-service, acute care, and emergency medicine facility south of 14th Street. The Hospital is affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine and all of its physicians have appointments on the Weill Cornell Medical College faculty. Located at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge and a few blocks from City Hall and the World Trade Center, the 180-bed Hospital serves the growing business and residential communities of Wall Street, Chinatown, SoHo, TriBeCa, Battery Park City, the Lower East Side, and surrounding neighborhoods. The Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) is a community trauma center, a designated Stroke Center, a certified Chest Pain Center, and includes one of the largest decontamination units in New York City.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Westchester Division
21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605
NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division is a Planetree Designated Patient-Centered Hospital – the first behavioral health hospital in the U.S. to receive this distinction. Located about 25 miles north of midtown Manhattan, NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester has 270 inpatient beds, and extensive outpatient, partial hospital, and day treatment programs. Leading psychiatrists and mental health professionals in the field provide a full continuum of psychiatric care for children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. Highly specialized services are available for the full range of psychiatric illnesses, including personality disorders, eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, and psychotic disorders. NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester is also home to the state-of-the-art Center for Autism and the Developing Brain.
NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, comprised of leading regional hospitals in the New York metropolitan region, including:
NewYork-Presbyterian / Lawrence Hospital
55 Palmer Avenue
Bronxville, NY 10708
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital – located in Bronxville, New York – has a long and important history of providing outstanding health care to the residents of Southern Westchester County and its surrounding communities. Throughout the Hospital, patients and visitors will find a commitment to clinical excellence and compassionate care. A member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence is a 291-bed acute care hospital providing emergency care to approximately 45,000 individuals annually. Nearly 2,000 babies are delivered here each year. Our experienced and skilled team of physicians from ColumbiaDoctors and NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group/Westchester offer advanced diagnostic and treatment expertise in cardiology, cancer, orthopedics, obstetrics, and many other specialties. The Hospital’s state-of-the-art, full-service Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, which is staffed by interventional cardiologists and electrophysiologists of ColumbiaDoctors, performs emergency and elective angioplasty, as well as minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment procedures. NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence is also a leader in stroke care and has been awarded prestigious certifications in breast imaging and bariatric surgery.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Hudson Valley Hospital
1980 Crompond Road
Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567
NewYork-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital, a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, has been providing quality health care to residents of Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess counties for more than 125 years. Today, the 128-bed hospital provides a wide range of ambulatory care and inpatient services in more than 60 specialties and continues to expand programs and resources in collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian and ColumbiaDoctors, the faculty practice of Columbia University Medical Center. The first hospital in the region to achieve Magnet status in recognition of the commitment to excellence, nursing innovation, and outstanding quality treatment, NewYork-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital continues to lead the way in ensuring exceptional patient care.
Patients benefit from the availability of specialists in virtually every field of medicine, access to the latest technological advances in diagnosis and treatment, and care that is provided in state-of-the-art facilities, including a four-story patient tower with 84 private rooms, the latest radiology and imaging technologies, a minimally invasive surgery center, and a comprehensive cancer center. The hospital is also home to the region’s only 24-hour “no wait” Emergency Department, which sees more than 40,000 visits a year – one of the largest volumes in Westchester County.
NewYork-Presbyterian / Queens
56-45 Main Street
Flushing, NY 11355
NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens, located in Flushing, New York, is a community teaching hospital serving residents of Queens and metro New York. The 535-bed tertiary care facility provides services in 14 clinical departments and numerous subspecialties, with 15,000 surgeries, 4,000 infant deliveries, and 124,000 emergency service visits each year.
Through its network of affiliated primary and multispecialty care physician practices and community-based health centers, NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens also provides approximately 162,000 ambulatory care visits annually. The Hospital is a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network and is affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine.
NewYork-Presbyterian Physician Services, which connects medical experts with patients in their communities to expand coordinated health care delivery across the region. It includes the NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Groups in Westchester, Queens and Brooklyn which increase access to primary care in collaboration with Weill Cornell Medicine Physicians and ColumbiaDoctors, which deliver specialty care.
NewYork-Presbyterian Community and Population Health, encompassing ambulatory care network sites and community health care initiatives, including NewYork Quality Care, the Accountable Care Organization jointly established by NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell, and Columbia.