The Institute for Healthy Aging at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital brings together a unique team of specialists in geriatric medicine and related areas to provide comprehensive and coordinated care for older adults. Physicians affiliated with the Institute assume that aging and good health are compatible and strive to help patients enjoy the best possible quality of life as they age. The Institute offers preventive care, diagnosis and treatment to the following kinds of patients:
Physicians and other health professionals affiliated with the Institute are available to speak to community groups on a variety of topics related to healthy aging and geriatric medicine. Other community outreach activities include the distribution of informational materials, support groups for patients and caregivers, a monthly lecture series aimed at adults over the age of 60 and ongoing relationships with senior centers, home care services and nursing homes throughout Brooklyn.
To request educational speakers or other community participation from NYPBMH relating to the Institute for Advanced and Minimally Invasive Surgery, or for more information, please visit the relevant Community Education and Programs pages and contact the Department of Public Affairs with your request or inquiry.
An initial consultation with our specialists in geriatric medicine will ordinarily include
NYPBMH's Stroke Center offers rapid evaluation of stroke patients and advanced treatments that can reverse damage
Our 25-bed geriatric psychiatry unit, one of the first of its kind, is an asset
More than 10 percent of American adults over the age of 65 display signs of memory loss or dementia.
The Center for Parkinsons Disease and Other Movement Disorders at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital offers
NYPBMH's Diabetes Education and Resource Center provides comprehensive diabetes self-management education.
Osteoporosis affects some 20 million people—both men and women—each year.
Many older people live with joints that have been damaged by arthritis and other diseases or injuries.
The geriatric hip fracture program streamlines the process of care for elderly patients
Many patients who are recovering from stroke, who are dealing with neurological conditions like Parkinsons
The Palliative Care Program provides care for patients and their loved ones by managing pain and other symptoms,
NYP Brooklyn Methodist operates an inpatient hospice unit in partnership with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York Hospice.
If you have chest pain or think you are having a stroke emergency, call 911.
The Fall Prevention Program seeks to provide older adults with the confidence and tools to help them age safely.