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With over 450 locations throughout Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester, and Putnam Counties, you can access amazing care close to where you live or work.
Virtual Care From the Comfort of Your Couch
Our suite of telehealth services lets us bring you expert care beyond the hospital walls, giving you easy access to expert doctors from Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medicine. Using the latest digital technologies and innovations, we’re more committed than ever to providing all of our patients with amazing care.
Locations in NYC and the Westchester Area
Doctors from Columbia and Weill Cornell
The only hospital affiliated with two Ivy League medical schools
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World-class doctors from World-Class Institutions
Whatever your medical needs, we’ve got you covered with world-class doctors from Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medicine. With our newly expanded services, you’ll have more access to extraordinary care – from every day care to access to top specialists in every field, all designed to fit your needs.
Virtual Care from NewYork-Presbyterian gives you access to world-class care from teams at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center – without ever needing to leave home.
Virtual Urgent Care
Get a quick diagnosis and treatment plan from a Columbia or Weill Cornell Medicine expert.
Skip the trip to your doctor’s office and choose a secure, convenient video conference with a NewYork-Presbyterian provider.
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