NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital, part of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, has a long history of providing high quality health care to residents of Westchester, Putnam and Lower Dutchess Counties. A fully accredited general, not-for-profit 128-bed hospital, we offer a wide range of inpatient services and ambulatory care.

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital has been recognized by numerous regional and national accreditation organizations for the hard work that has led to our outstanding patient outcomes. Three consecutive Magnet achievements underscore the hospital's excellence in nursing leadership and innovation. The Ambulatory Surgery Department is a four-time recipient of the Press Ganey “Guardian of Excellence Award” for providing an exceptional patient experience. The hospital earned the Gold Plus Award which was elevated to Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is also certified as Baby-Friendly by Baby-Friendly USA, a joint initiative of the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund. In addition to our dedication to promoting breastfeeding and mother-baby bonding, the Baby-Friendly designation, awarded every five years, recognizes the hospital for its research and best practices.

The hospital was the first in the region to open a “No Wait” Emergency Department. Patients skip the waiting room and are immediately assessed. At the NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, we focus on the individual needs of the patient. Our exceptional team of physicians includes oncologists from ColumbiaDoctors, the faculty practice of Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Chemotherapy, Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Support Services are centrally located in one building on our Cortlandt Manor campus.

In collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley and ColumbiaDoctors, the hospital offers easy access to highly skilled physicians. The growth of the medical team to 450 physicians in 62 specialties, has improved the lives of our patients by providing them with outstanding medical care in convenient locations, close to their homes.

Additional locations in Cold Spring, Croton and Putnam Valley ensure community access to high quality medical care. Some of these locations offer diagnostic and rehabilitative services.

The hospital is committed to educating the community about healthful eating as a way to positively influence health and prevent chronic disease. Our Harvest for Health initiative includes a variety of monthly cooking classes at the hospital’s Chef Peter X. Kelly Teaching Kitchen, an on-site organic garden, a bimonthly Farmers Market May through November, and locally-sourced foods for patients and employees. In addition, our physicians and therapists give free lectures at the hospital and throughout the community, and often attend local health fairs and other events.

Commitment to Care

“Putting Patients First”
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital physicians and staff are dedicated to providing patients and their families with the best experience and highest level of care available in the region. Our organization will continue to enhance our role in one of the most comprehensive academic health systems in the nation.

Core Values

Our Core Values guide how we serve others: patients, families and co-workers.

Honoring Our Past, Ensuring Our Future

Exceptional Quality and Service

Listen, Understand and Respond

Every Person Counts

Creative Ideas, Cutting Edge Solutions

Working Together