NewYork-Presbyterian Teams Up with USTA Eastern to Promote Health and Physical Fitness

Mar 31, 2023

New York, NY

NewYork-Presbyterian is now the official hospital of United States Tennis Association (USTA) Eastern. Through a sponsorship announced today, the organizations will work together to promote health through the sport of tennis.

NewYork-Presbyterian leaders, physicians and wellness experts will provide health education and resources for the more than 49,000 USTA Eastern members, made up of children and adults, and the local community. NewYork-Presbyterian doctors – from orthopedists and behavioral health care providers to pediatricians and cardiologists – will be participating at USTA Eastern tennis clinics, conferences, and tournaments to educate members and the community about ways to improve their health and well-being, through the sport of tennis and in their daily routines and lives. In recent years, multiple studies have affirmed the many physical, mental, and social health benefits of the sport and the organizations will work together to promote those findings to the local community.

“NewYork-Presbyterian and USTA Eastern share a commitment to improving the health of all the communities we serve and promoting an active lifestyle,” said Devika Mathrani, senior vice president and chief marketing and communications officer at NewYork-Presbyterian. “We are so pleased to be collaborating with USTA Eastern to help New Yorkers stay amazing by prioritizing their health and well-being.”

“We are thrilled to partner with NewYork-Presbyterian,” said Jennifer Schnitzer, executive director and CEO of USTA Eastern. “We have made it a part of our mission to share the benefits of tennis to our members and the public, and we feel very fortunate to be able to do so alongside an organization renowned for its longtime commitment to community health.”

The events will be held throughout the regions USTA Eastern serves: New York, northern New Jersey, and Greenwich, Connecticut. NewYork-Presbyterian will also share content with USTA Eastern members about health and wellness through USTA Eastern’s newsletter, social media and website.


NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the nation’s most comprehensive, integrated academic healthcare systems, encompassing 10 hospitals across the Greater New York area, nearly 200 primary and specialty care clinics and medical groups, and an array of telemedicine services.

A leader in medical education, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is the only academic medical center in the nation affiliated with two world-class medical schools, Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. This collaboration means patients have access to the country’s leading physicians, the full range of medical specialties, latest innovations in care, and research that is developing cures and saving lives.

Founded 250 years ago, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has a long legacy of medical breakthroughs and innovation, from the invention of the Pap test to pioneering the groundbreaking heart valve replacement procedure called TAVR.

NewYork-Presbyterian’s 48,000 employees and affiliated physicians are dedicated to providing the highest quality, most compassionate care to New Yorkers and patients from across the country and around the world.

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USTA Eastern

The USTA Eastern section, currently based in White Plains, N.Y., is a not-for-profit community service organization whose mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis. It is one of 17 geographic sections of the United States Tennis Association, the governing body of tennis in the United States, and supports more than 31,000 members. The section encompasses all of New York State, northern New Jersey and Greenwich, Connecticut. The section believes there is a place in the game for everyone, and its staff works to incorporate programs and initiatives that attract new and diverse audiences. The section also establishes and maintains rules of fair play, high standards of sportsmanship and represents, in its jurisdiction, the programs and policies of the USTA. More information is available at

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