No. 4 For a Reason
Consistent, Excellent Care
A Legacy of Excellence in Patient Care
Founded nearly 250 years ago with the fundamental belief that every person deserves access to the very best care, NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the nation’s most comprehensive, integrated academic healthcare systems, from dependable primary care to the most sophisticated specialties.
In collaboration with two world renowned academic institutions, Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University, NewYork-Presbyterian is a leader in medical education, groundbreaking research, and innovative clinical care. This single-minded focus on excellence provides our premier healthcare professionals access to cutting-edge technology, leading telehealth resources and clinical trials.
Recognized nationally for quality and excellence, NewYork-Presbyterian is ranked as the #4 hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. New York’s top-ranked hospital for 20 years, with more “Top Doctors” than any other hospital in the country, NewYork-Presbyterian is a destination for advanced, innovative medical and surgical care.
Network of Care
Unparalled Clinical Care Throughout the Region
NewYork-Presbyterian's network of hospitals, physician practices, and clinics provide high-quality care and an exceptional patient experience. Through our extensive health care community - located in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester County, and the Hudson Valley - we offer state-of-the-art facilities, technology, and expertise, marked by continual expansion and growth.
Virtual Urgent Care
Get a diagnosis and treatment plan without leaving the comfort of home. By downloading the NYP Connect app, you can access world-class care from the teams at Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Convenient Hours Adults: 8am-midnight,
Expert Care Board-certified Emergency and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians
Insurances Accepted Your visit may only be the price of a copay
Prescriptions Sent right to your pharmacy
New & Noteworthy
New & Noteworthy
How to Wear a Face Mask — Your Guide to the Dos and Don’ts How to Wear a Face Mask — Your Guide to the Dos and Don’ts
Face masks can help stop the spread of the coronavirus but only if you wear them correctly. A NewYork-Presbyterian infectious diseases expert explains how.
Dr. Derald Wing Sue, an author and a professor of psychology and education, on the significance of the slights, insults, and put-downs of people of color and other marginalized communities.
How to Fight Seasonal Depression Amid the Pandemic How to Fight Seasonal Depression Amid the Pandemic
An expert explains how to recognize the signs of seasonal affective disorder and why it’s important to treat it as the COVID-19 outbreak continues.
Health Disparities and Hope: How the Dalio Center for Health Justice Will Make ‘Real Progress’ Health Disparities and Hope: How the Dalio Center for Health Justice Will Make ‘Real Progress’
NewYork-Presbyterian President and CEO Dr. Steven J. Corwin and Dr. Julia Iyasere, head of the Dalio Center for Health Justice, discuss with Ray Dalio, founder of Dalio Philanthropies and a NewYork-Presbyterian trustee, how they aim to lead a national movement toward health equity for all.
Partnering in Amazing Quality Care
Continuing Medical Education
Through medical education, NewYork-Presbyterian is preparing the next generation of clinicians to care for patients and helping current clinicians to keep abreast of advancements in the field.
The NewYork-Presbyterian Physician Access Transfer Center coordinates patient transfers to the tertiary services available at NewYork-Presbyterian.
The NewYork-Presbyterian nursing staff embodies our commitment to high-quality patient outcomes through clinical excellence, compassion, and a focus on putting our patients first.
Quality and Patient Safety
At NewYork-Presbyterian, we are proud to be recognized for providing high-standard, compassionate health care. Patient safety is the cornerstone for delivering care of this quality.