Benedictine Hospital opened its doors in 1901 staffed by four Benedictine Sisters in response to the needs of the elderly, indigent and chronically ill. Today, Benedictine Hospital is a progressive, fully accredited 222-bed acute care facility serving the growing and ever changing needs of the Northern Hudson Valley. With numerous building expansions over the years, Benedictine has kept pace with countless medical advances and new health care challenges. The hospital remains faithful to its mission and proud tradition of Benedictine hospitality and holistic care.
From its inception in 1899, Calvary Hospital has been devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients in the advanced stages of cancer, addressing the symptoms of the disease, not its cure. A voluntary, not-for-profit hospital, operated in connection with the Archdiocese of New York, Calvary is the only fully accredited acute care specialty hospital exclusively providing palliative care for advanced cancer patients in the United States.
Greenwich Hospital is a 174-bed community hospital, serving lower Fairfield County Connecticut and Westchester County New York. Since opening in 1903, Greenwich Hospital has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution with an internal medicine residency. The hospital’s medical specialties offer a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs.
Hoboken University Medical Center is a general medical and surgical hospital in Hoboken, NJ, with 364 beds. It is accredited by the Joint Commission (JC).
Established in 1891 Jamaica Hospital Medical Center’s growth has been remarkable. Through commitment to its mission and collaboration with community residents, businesses and other groups the hospital has strengthened and expanded its services. Today Jamaica Hospital is a 431-bed, fully accredited community teaching hospital with a large network of community-based ambulatory care centers.
Keller Army Community Hospital is a military hospital facility located in West Point, NY on the grounds of the United States Military Academy.
Lenox Hill Hospital, a 652-bed, acute care hospital located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, has earned a national reputation for outstanding patient care and innovative medical and surgical treatments. The hospital is particularly well known for excellence in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, orthopedics, sports medicine, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery, and maternal/child health.
Formerly Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center, the hospital was founded in 1887 by the Misericorde Sisters of Montreal. It is a teaching community hospital comprised of an acute care medical campus, medical villages and ambulatory care centers serving the Bronx and Westchester counties of New York and caring for more than 120,000 patients each year. The medical center is known for its excellence in the areas of geriatrics, cardiology, oncology, maternal and child health, gastroenterology and psychiatry.
Mount Vernon Hospital (MVH) is a voluntary, not-for-profit, 196-bed hospital located in Mount Vernon, New York, serving the City of Mount Vernon, the Pelhams, East Yonkers, New Rochelle and North Bronx. Since its founding in 1891, MVH and its affiliated physicians have been providing a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical and surgical services.
Northern Westchester Hospital is a 233-bed facility serving northern Westchester, Putnam and southern Dutchess Counties in New York and parts of Fairfield County, Connecticut since 1916. The full service hospital offers a complete diagnostic, medical, surgical, obstetrical, pediatric and psychiatric care for area residents and is equipped to treat an entire spectrum of illnesses on an emergency, inpatient and outpatient basis.
Norwalk Hospital is a community teaching hospital that is committed to providing personalized, compassionate healthcare services of exceptional and consistent quality to the residents of Fairfield County.
Phelps Memorial Hospital Center is a 235-bed not-for-profit acute care hospital committed to providing outstanding medical and mental healthcare to the residents of Westchester and surrounding communities. It overlooks the Hudson River along Route 9 in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.
Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC) is a 440-bed healthcare facility on Staten Island, serving over 450,000 residents. It is a Level 1 Trauma Center, a state-designated Stroke Center, and a regional Perinatal Center for high risk expectant mothers. The facility includes a neonatal intensive care unit, a Sleep Disorders Center, a Wound Care Center, and a Pain Management Center. In addition, RUMC and Staten Island University Hospital together operate the Heart Institute of Staten Island, one of the leading cardiac care services in the metropolitan area.
Since its founding by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul of New York in 1888, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center has been meeting the health care needs of Yonkers and surrounding communities. Saint Joseph’s Medical Center now includes a full-service 194-bed acute care hospital and 200-bed nursing home as well as numerous outpatient programs and services and affordable senior housing.
As a part of Saint Joseph’s Health Care System, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, founded in 1868, has grown into a 651-bed academic tertiary medical center and state designated Trauma Center. St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center is staffed by more than 1,000 Board-certified physicians-many with multiple board certifications, approximately 180 Medical Residents and Fellows, a nursing team that has been recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as recipients of the Magnet Award for Nursing Excellence, and an experienced clinical and administrative staff.
St. Vincent's Medical Center is a major, 397-bed acute care hospital and a leading center for open-heart surgery, total joint replacement and cancer serving Southwestern Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. St. Vincent’s has an active medical staff of 450 physicians representing more than 50 specialty and subspecialty medical and surgical disciplines including cardardiovascular disease, cancer services, orthopaedics, bariatric surgery, emergency medicine, women’s and family services, senior services and behavioral health.
Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester (SSMC) is a 252-bed, community-based teaching hospital offering primary, acute, emergency and long-term health care to the residents of southern Westchester. Since its founding in 1892, SSMC has provided for the diverse medical needs of the community and region it serves.
Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center is a 729-bed continuing-care facility with a multitude of special care units, as well as two large outpatient clinics. A member of the Catholic Health Care System, the Center provides a home and dignified lifestyle for those who live with chronic illnesses—the elderly, severely disabled children, and people with AIDS, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s Disease, or kidney failure.
The VA Hudson Valley Health Care System includes the FDR Campus in Montrose, Westchester County, the Castle Point Campus in Dutchess County and several community based clinics. Dedicated to providing a wide range of services to the veterans of the Hudson Valley, the HVHS offers medical, surgical, psychiatric, substance abuse treatment and extended care.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Located in an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood directly on the border of northern Brooklyn and western Queens, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a 350-bed teaching hospital. A dedicated staff of 1,800 physicians, nurses and support personnel represent thirty-five distinct languages and cultures.
Page Updated: February 12, 2013