New York Methodist Hospital, founded in 1881, has grown to today's 618-bed (with bassinets) acute care facility. he Hospital is affiliated with the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and is a member of the New York Presbyterian Healthcare System. Located in Brooklyn's Park Slope section, New York Methodist Hospital serves a primary area of approximately 750,000 persons and secondary area including all of Brooklyn.
With an operating budget exceeding $400 million, New York Methodist Hospital provides treatment and services to over 31,000 inpatients every year. Over 350,000 patient visits and procedures are logged annually through the Hospital's outpatient clinics and Emergency Department.
Among the clinical services and programs available at New York Methodist are a cardiac surgery center, women's diagnostic center, a cardiac catheterization unit, a cardiopulmonary physiology lab, chest pain emergency center, a stroke emergency center, as sleep disorders center, a vascular laboratory, a pain management center, a Parkinson's disease program, a surgical weight reduction center, a spine & arthritis center, and an ambulatory chemotherapy center. The Hospital is a regional radiation oncology center, with a stereotactic radiosurgery program.
New York Methodist Hospital has the most sophisticated diagnostic imaging technology both at the Hospital's main campus and at satellite facilities. MRI, CT scan, PET scan, ultrasound and nuclear diagnostics are available. – less – More from ZoomInfo »