Quality & Outcomes

At NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital we always aim to achieve the best outcomes for each patient. The strengths of our care are due, in no small part, to our affiliation with two premier medical schools that combine innovative research with world-renowned clinical leadership. We are particularly proud that our cardiovascular outcomes currently exceed the national averages.

Best Mortality Rates in the Nation 2016

NewYork-Presbyterian is the only hospital in the nation with statistically better mortality rates in all six of the CMS 30-day mortality measures: heart failure, pneumonia, COPD, heart attack, stroke, and coronary artery bypass graft.

Reports by Service Line

Below are published reports across various service lines, which we will update as new ones become available. These reports showcase how NewYork-Presbyterian is helping advance treatments for a wide range of diseases and conditions through selected research projects, clinical trials, outcomes and other data, and case studies.

  • Cardiac & Vascular Services 2016 Outcomes and Quality Report | Download PDF

  • Pediatric Congenital Cardiac Surgery Outcomes 2010-2013 | View Report

  • Neurology & Neurosurgery 2016 Clinical and Scientific Innovations | View Report

  • Oncology 2016 Clinical and Scientific Innovations | View Report

NIH Funding

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons NIH funding: $253 million (FY2014)

Weill Cornell Medicine NIH funding: $120.4 million (FY2016)

NewYork-Presbyterian At A Glance

2015 Outpatient Statistics

Outpatient visits 1,709,145
Emergency visits 276,067
ED admits 65,932
Ambulatory surgeries 88,069
Cardiac Cath 10,867
Total outpatient visits: 2,150,080

2015 Inpatient Statistics

Certified beds 2,515
Bassinets 135
Total including bassinets 2,650
Staffed beds 2,380
Discharges 123,810
Inpatient days 785,739
Deliveries 14,846
Attendings 4,834
Residents & Fellows 2,063