NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell offers suites and private rooms for patients on most units for an additional cost. Private suites offer the look and feel of a fine hotel in a fully functional hospital room. Greenberg 14 South features 20 luxurious single-bed patient rooms and offers personalized services, including a business center and chef-prepared meals.
Please contact the Admitting Department at (212) 746-4250 or let your physician know if you are interested in private accommodations. You will be billed for the difference in cost between a semi-private and private room. Normally, insurance plans do not cover the additional charge.
If a semi-private room is not available, you may be assigned to a private room but will not be charged a private room rate. If a semi-private room becomes available, you will have the option of moving to a semi-private room or electing to stay in the private room for an additional private room charge.
Private Duty Nursing (212) 746-4091
Private duty nurses and companions may be hired through the Private Duty Nursing Office, located in K-02 on the “B” level of the main Hospital building. The Private Duty Nursing Office is open seven days a week from 7 am to 9 pm. After hours, please call the Private Duty Nursing Office and the On-Call Coordinator will assist you.
Private duty nurses and companions are not employed by the Hospital. Their fees will be quoted to you when you call the office. Payment can be made by credit card at the Private Duty Nursing Office.
Global Services (212) 746-9100
If your primary residence is in a country other than the United States, please contact Global Services. Our Global Services staff speak many languages and are available to assist international patients and loved ones with medical and non-medical services, including scheduling doctor appointments, escorting patients to procedures, requesting second medical opinions, and providing information about lodging. The Global Services office is located in the lobby of the Greenberg Pavilion.
Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center
The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center of Weill Cornell Medicine is open to patients, their loved ones, friends, and caregivers. The Center provides medical education pamphlets and comfortable reading space, lounge areas, computers with Internet access, and wireless Internet connectivity. Two medical librarians — including an oncology specialist — are available Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm, to offer confidential assistance with health information questions and can prepare and deliver a customized package of reference material. The Center also maintains a schedule of health and wellness events where one can learn from expert speakers about the latest advances in healthcare.
Should you wish to consider organ donation and enroll in the New York State Donate Life Registry, you may do so by calling the New York State Organ and Tissue Donor Registry toll-free at (866) NYDONOR or (866) 693-6667.
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