Why Choose Us
Innovative World-Class Surgical Care
Our world-class surgeons are transforming the surgical services and level of care we provide using the most cutting-edge techniques and innovative technologies available today. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists perform a full range of complex robotic, minimally-invasive, traumatic, and general surgeries to treat the most common to the rarest of diseases and disorders with outstanding outcomes, right here in Queens.
Multidisciplinary, Collaborative, Surgical Team
Our board-certified, highly-trained surgeons remain steadfast in providing outstanding patient-centered care that is less invasive and more effective, and are held to the highest standards to continually improve surgical quality and achieve the most successful outcomes through the incorporation of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program.
Our Approach to Care
Cultivating a Unique Environment through Innovation
Our goal as an organization is to provide the highest level of complex and innovative surgical care to our patients. The organization’s highest distinction as a Level 1 Trauma Center along with the outstanding outcomes in complex minimally-invasive and robotic surgeries such as colorectal surgery, hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, advanced open and endovascular surgery for aortic aneurysms, and robotic urologic surgery are just a few examples of the exceptional world-class surgical care you can expect, right here in Queens.
Surgery Stories & News
Surgery Stories & News
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital Awarded as Top Performing Hospital for Specialty Care NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital Awarded as Top Performing Hospital for Specialty Care
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital in Flushing received 10 awards in recognition for delivering superior care to patients in Healthgrades 2021 Report to the Nation.
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Everyone felt like they were in the loop when Dr. Avgerinos came out [of surgery]. So it made me feel like he was engaged and that he cared, and he made me feel like I wanted to get better to show him that he did a great job.
Awards & Recognition