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A member of the NewYork-Presbyterian enterprise, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens provides high-quality clinical and support services to every individual who seeks care at our main campus and our satellite clinics. We treat the most diverse patient population in the country and have the experience and expertise to bridge community needs with existing services.

NYP Queens hospital-based programs offer premier health services. Clinical staff works with patients and their families throughout their continuum of care – from primary and preventive care to testing and medical intervention. We also partner with community-based organizations and local agencies to address the social determinants of health and to address health disparities in the community.

NYP Queens cannot do this work without the help of our individual donors and institutional partners. Together with our staff and supporters, NYP Queens engages in meaningful community collaboration to seed life-saving clinical programs that improve the quality of life for thousands of Queens residents. Join the growing group of individuals and community partners who are investing in NYP Queens to make the borough of Queens a healthy, sustainable and vibrant place to live.

Make a Donation

 

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens relies on its dedicated community of doctors, employees, patients, visitors, Queens residents and administrators to help facilitate continued excellence. You can make a donation to the hospital to support the purchase of state-of-the-art technology, building and renovation of our hospital, recruitment and education programs for a staff of world class doctors, nurses and employees, and so much more.

Volunteer

You can also give back to the hospital and the community by becoming a volunteer and helping patients, doctors and hospital staff.  Expand your knowledge base by learning about everything from business models to medical interpreting.  Volunteering opportunities are available for high school and college students as well as adults.