List of , sorted by hospital name. A hospitals in New York City list of hospitals in New York state is also available.
Hospitals in New York City [ edit ]
Brooklyn [ edit ]
Beth Israel Medical Center - Kings Highway Division – 3201 Kings Highway, Brooklyn.
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center – Rockaway Pkwy at Linden Blvd, Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Hospital Center – Founded in 1845; DeKalb Av. at Ashland Pl., Brooklyn.
Brooklyn VA Medical Center 800 Poly Place, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
Coney Island Hospital 2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn.
Downstate/Long Island College Hospital – Founded in 1858; 339 Hicks St, Brooklyn.
Interfaith Medical Center 1545 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn.
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center 585 Schenectady Avenue, Brooklyn.
Kings County Hospital Center 451 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn.
Lutheran Medical Center – Founded in 1883; 150 55th St, Brooklyn.
Maimonides Medical Center – Founded in 1911; 48th Street and Tenth Ave, Brooklyn.
Greenpoint Hospital Skillman St. & Kingsland Ave, Brooklyn. Closed 1980s.
New York Methodist Hospital – Sixth St. at Seventh Av., Brooklyn.
New York Community Hospital 2525 Kings Highway, Brooklyn.
University Hospital of Brooklyn 450 Clarkson Ave, Brooklyn.
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center 760 Broadway at Flushing Ave, Brooklyn.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center 374 Stockholm St, Brooklyn.
Manhattan [ edit ]
Bellevue Hospital Center - Founded on March 31, 1736; the oldest public hospital in the United States; First Avenue and East 26th St, Manhattan.
Beth Israel Medical Center – Founded in 1890; Main Campus: 1st Ave. at E. 16th St.; Branch divisions: 10 Union Square East and 3201 Kings Highway, Brooklyn.
Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital Roosevelt Island, Manhattan
Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital - 1249 Fifth Avenue; it is now the Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center.
Gracie Square Hospital, 420 East 76th Street, Manhattan
Harlem Hospital Center - 506 Lenox Avenue at 135th Street
Hospital for Special Surgery – Founded in 1863 as the Hospital for the Ruptured and Crippled; 535 East 70th St., Manhattan.
Lenox Hill Hospital – Founded in 1860; 111 East 77th St., Manhattan.
Lower Manhattan Hospital 170 William Street.
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital – Founded in 1869, 210 East 64th St., Manhattan.
Manhattan Psychiatric Center – Wards Island.
Manhattan VA Hospital – 423 East 23rd St., Manhattan.
Medical Arts Center Hospital 57 West 57th Street, Manhattan
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1275 York Avenue, Manhattan
Metropolitan Hospital Center – 1901 1st Avenue, Manhattan
Mount Sinai Hospital – One Gustave L. Levy Place, 1190 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill-Cornell Medical Center – Founded in 1771 (The New York Hospital), 1868 (The Presbyterian Hospital), 1898 (Cornell University Medical College), final merger was in 1996; 525 East 68th St., Manhattan.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center – Founded in 1771 (The New York Hospital), 1767 (Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons), and 1868 (The Presbyterian Hospital), final merger was in 1996; 630 West 168th St., Manhattan.
New York Downtown Hospital – Founded in 1857 (New York Infirmary), 1905 (St. Gregory's) and 1922 (Broad Street), later Beekman. final merger was in 1979; As of 2013, the name changed to Lower Manhattan Hospital, part of NewYork-Presbyterian Health System. 170 William St.
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary – Founded in 1820; 310 East 14th St., Manhattan.
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases – Founded in 1905; 301 East 17th St., Manhattan.
NYU Langone Medical Center - Tisch Hospital, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, and NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center – Founded in 1846 and 1863, merged 1979; St. Lukes: 1111 Amsterdam Ave. Roosevelt: 1000 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan.
Staten Island [ edit ]
Hospitals that have closed in New York City [ edit ]
Adelphi Hospital, 50 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, now apartments.
A.H. Wade's Hospital
Arthur C. Logan Memorial Hospital
Baptist Medical Center 2749 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, later nursing home. Demolished 2013.
Bay Ridge Hospital 437 Ovington Ave, Brooklyn, now nursing home.
Beekman-Downtown Hospital – Founded in 1905; 117 Beekman Street, Manhattan.
Bethany Deaconess Hospital 237 St. Nicholas Avenue, Ridgewood, Queens.
Beth David Hospital – Founded in 1887; 159 East 19th Street, Manhattan.
Beth Moses Hospital 404 Hart Street, Brooklyn.
Bronx Hospital – Founded in 1908; 1276 Fulton Avenue, The Bronx. Merged in 1962 with Lebanon Hospital, The Bronx.
Blackwell's Island Hospital 800 beds
Bradford Street Hospital 15 Bradford Street, Brooklyn.
Bloomingdale Asylum for the Insane
Brooklyn City Hospital 100 beds
Brooklyn Homeopathic Hospital (demolished), Cumberland Street. Opened 1873 [1 ] [2 ]
Brooklyn Women's Hospital 1395 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital 29 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, now nursing home.
Brooklyn Hebrew Maternity Hospital
Brooklyn State Hospital now Kingsborough Psychiatric Hospital.
Boulevard Hospital 46-04 31st Avenue, Astoria, now private medical offices.
Bushwick Hospital – Founded in 1891; Putnam Avenue at Howard Av., Brooklyn, now NY State facility for youth.
Cabrini Medical Center 227 East 19th Street, Manhattan. Closed March 2008.
Caledonian Hospital 10 Saint Paul's Place, Brooklyn.
Carson C. Peck Memorial Hospital 570 Crown Street, Brooklyn. Opened 1919, closed late 1990s. Demolished in 2003 for girl's Yeshiva and apartments.
Centre Street Hospital (1872)
City Hospital on Roosevelt Island
Columbus Hospital named changed to Cabrini. Closed 2007.
Convalescent Hospital Hart's Island. (1877) Cumberland Hospital, 35 Auburn Place, Brooklyn, replaced by Cumberland Diagnostic Treatment Center.
Deepdale General Hospital – 55-15 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362, Queens. Now senior housing.
Doctors Hospital of Brooklyn, 15th Avenue at 45th Street, Brooklyn. Closed approx. 1965.
Doctors Hospital (Manhattan) 170 East End Avenue, replaced by condominium apartments.
Doctors Hospital of Queens, 104-20 Van Wyck Expressway, Jamaica, Queens.
Doctor's Hospital of Staten Island – Founded in the early 1900s, moved to 1050 Targee Street in Concord in the 1960s after former building was demolished to make way for the Staten Island Expressway, part of United States Interstate 278.
Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn
Bronx-Lebanon Medical Center
Eclectic Medical Dispensary of the City of New York (1840–1870)
Emanuel Unity Hospital
Emigrant's Hospital Ward's Island
Evangelical Deaconess Hospital 623 Chauncey Street, Brooklyn, now homeless shelter. Fitch's Sanitarium, 123 West 183 St, the Bronx. Founded 1920. Closed early 1960s, now apartments.
Flatbush General Hospital 719 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn.
Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital – Founded in 1860; Fifth Avenue at 105th Street, Manhattan, now Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Center
Francis Delafield Hospital, 99 Fort Washington Ave, Manhattan, now senior housing.
French Hospital 330 West 30th, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Gotham Hospital, 30 East 76th Street, Manhattan.
Grand Central Hospital 321 East 42nd Street, Manhattan, replaced by office building.
Grant General Hospital Willett's Point
Greenpoint Hospital, 300 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn
Halcyon Hospital, 754 Boston Road, the Bronx.
Harbor Hospital, Cropsey Avenue at 23rd Ave, Brooklyn. Building stands vacant.
Hillcrest General Hospital, 158-40 79th Ave, Flushing, Queens, now a chemical drug dependency facility called 'Cornerstone of Medical Arts Center'.
Holliswood Hospital 87-37 Palermo Street, Hollis. Closed August 2013.
Holy Family Hospital Founded 1868; 155 Dean St., Brooklyn, replaced by Brooklyn Diocese nursing home.
Homeopathic Hospital Brooklyn. (1878)
Horace Harding Hospital 90-02 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst. Name changed to St. Johns. Closed March 2009.
Hospital for the Relief of the Ruptured an Crippled Lexington Avenue and East 42nd St (1875)
House of the Holy Comforter – Founded in 1800; 2751 Grand Concourse, The Bronx.
Hospital for Contagious Diseases
Howard Beach General Hospital 155-55 Cross Bay Blvd, Queens, later facility for developmentally disabled. Converted to senior apartments in 2012.
Inebriate Asylum (1869)
Interboro General Hospital, 2749 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, later nursing home. Demolished 2013 Italian Hospital 123 West 110th St, Manhattan, now apartments.
James Ewing Hospital
Jews Hospital Manhattan, became Mount Sinai Hospital.
Jewish Hospital for Chronic Diseases – Founded 1929; East 49th St. at Rutland Rd., Brooklyn, now Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center.
Jewish Memorial Hospital – Founded 1905; Broadway at West 196th St, Manhattan. Closed 1983.
Kew Gardens General Hospital 80-02 Kew Gardens Rd, Queens. Founded 1941 in former hotel. Closed mid-1980s, replaced by office tower.
Knickerbocker Hospital – Founded in 1862; 70 Convent Av., Manhattan, senior now apartments.
Lebanon Hospital – Founded in 1890; Grand Concourse at Mount Eden Ave, the Bronx. Merged in 1962 with Bronx Hospital, The Bronx.
Lefferts General Hospital, 460 Lefferts Av, Brooklyn. Building demolished for girl's Yeshiva.
Lefferts Maternity Hospital, 104-37 Lefferts Blvd, Richmond Hill.
Le Roy Hospital, 40 East 61st St, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Linden General Hospital, 501 New Lots Av, Brooklyn, now homeless shelter.
Lutheran Hospital of Brooklyn, East New York Ave at Junius Street, Brooklyn.
Lutheran Hospital of Manhattan, Convent Avenue and 144th Street, Manhattan.
Lying-In Hospital 530 East 70th Street, Manhattan.
Madison Avenue Hospital, 30 East 76th Street, Manhattan.
Mary Immaculate Hospital Founded in 1902, 152–11 89th Av, Jamaica. Closed March 2009. Medical staff residency training records and verification have become available through the Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) Closed residency program records. [3 ] [4 ]
McDougall Hospital near Fort Schuyler
Medical Arts Center Hospital, 57 West 57th Street, Manhattan. Now drug rehab.
Midtown Hospital, 309 East 49th Street, Manhattan, demolished for co-op apartments.
Midwood Hospital, 19 Winthrop Street, Brooklyn, was Saint John's Elementary School (a private school) from 1979–2000. Now Midwood Sanitorium.
Misericordia Hospital, 600 East 233rd St, Bronx. Name changed to Our Lady of Mercy.
Morrisania Hospital 50 East 168th Street, the Bronx, Founded 1929, Closed 1976.
Mount Eden Hospital, 199 East Mount Eden Avenue, the Bronx. Razed 2011.
Murray Hill Hospital 30 East 40th Street, Manhattan.
New York City Hospital 150 beds, Pearl St. (1864)
New York City--the new Woman's Hospital corner of Fiftieth Street and Fourth Avenue. (1876)
New York Ophthalmic Hospital (1868)
The New York Orthopaedic Dispensary (1870)
New York Infirmary – Founded 1853; 321 East 15th St., Manhattan. Merged with Beth Israel.
North General Hospital, Madison Ave & East 121 St, Manhattan. Closed July 2010.
The Northern Dispensary Waverly Place and Christopher Street. (1840–1870). Building stands vacant.
Northeastern Dispensary incorporated February 18, 1862, at 100 East 59th Street.
Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Hospital – Founded 1883; 4520 Fourth Av, Brooklyn.
Ocean Hill Memorial Dispensary and Hospital
Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center – 600 East 233rd St.; merged in 2008 with Montefiore Medical Center.
Park Hospital 1873
Park Avenue Hospital, 591 Park Ave, Manhattan, now apartments.
Park East Hospital, 112 East 83rd St, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Park West Hospital, 170 West 76th St, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Parkchester General Hospital 1424 Parker Street, the Bronx, replaced by townhouses.
Parkway Hospital (Manhattan) 123 West 110 Street, now apartments.
Parkway Hospital (Queens) 70-35 113th Street, Forest Hills. Opened 1963 Closed 2008
Parsons Hospital 35-06 Parsons Blvd, Queens, merged with Flushing Hospital.
Pelham Bay General Hospital, 1820 Pelham Bay Parkway South, Bronx. Now apartments.
Peninsula Hospital 51-15 Beach Channel Drive, Far Rockaway. Founded 1908. Closed April 2012.
Physicians Hospital 34-01 73rd Street, Jackson Heights, replaced by public school.
Polyclinic Hospital 345 West 50th St, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Prospect Hospital, 730 Kelly St, the Bronx, now homeless shelter.
Prospect Heights Hospital – Founded in 1871; 775 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, now Senior housing.
Queens Memorial Hospital,
Reconstruction Hospital, 395 Central Park West, Manhattan.
Regent Hospital, 115 East 61st St, Manhattan.
Roosevelt Hospital – Founded 1871; merged in 1979 with St.Luke's Episcopal Hospital.
Rockaway Beach Hospital 152 Beach 85th Street, Queens. Samaritan Hospital, Founded in 1906, 759 President St, Brooklyn.
Royal Hospital 2021 Grand Concourse, the Bronx, now private medical offices.
Seney Hospital Brooklyn (c. 1900)
Shore Road Hospital, 9000 Shore Rd, Brooklyn, replaced by senior housing.
Smallpox Hospital (1872)
Smith's Infirmary Hospital, Staten Island.
St. Ann's Maternity Hospital, 13 East 69th St, Manhattan.
St. Anthony's Hospital 89-15 Woodhaven Blvd, Woodhaven. Founded 1914, Closed 1966. Private homes built on property in 2000.
St. Catherine Hospital – Founded 1893; 133 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, now senior housing.
St. Cecilia Maternity Hospital, 484 Humboldt St, Brooklyn.
St. Francis Hospital, 525 East 142nd St, the Bronx.
St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 689 Fort Washington Ave, Manhattan. Closed 1981. Now co-op apartments.
St. Giles 1346 President St, Brooklyn, now private school.
St. Francis Hospital (1840–1870)
St. John's Queens Hospital 90-02 Queens Blvd., Queens. Closed March 2009. Verifications have become available through the Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) Closed Residency program records. [5 ] [6 ]
St. John's Long Island Hospital Founded 1890; 25-01 Jackson Av., Long Island City, replaced by Citibank Tower.
St. Joseph Hospital Founded in 1905; 327 Beach 19th St, Far Rockaway, Queens.
St. Joseph's Hospital - SVCMC 158-40 79th Ave Flushing, formerly Hillcrest General Hospital. As of 2007, a chemical drug dependency facility 'Cornerstone of Medical Arts Center'.
St. Joseph's Hospital for Chest Diseases Founded in 1882; Brook Av. at 143rd St., the Bronx.
St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital Founded in 1856; merged in 1979 with Roosevelt Hospital.
St. Mary's Hospital, 1298 Saint Marks Avenue, Brooklyn. Closed March 2005.
St. Peter Hospital Founded 1864; 380 Henry St., Brooklyn, now a nursing home.
Saint Vincent's Catholic Medical Center, 170 West 12th Street, Manhattan (Closed April 30, 2010 after 160 years). St. Vincent Midtown Hospital, formerly
Saint Clare's Hospital (Manhattan) 415 West 51st St., Manhattan. Closed 2007.
Sister Elizabeth Maternity Hospital 362 51st St, Brooklyn.
Stuyvesant Polyclinic 137 Second Avenue, Manhattan. Founded 1906, Closed 2008.
Stuyvesant Square Hospital, 301 East 19th Street, Manhattan.
Swedish Hospital 126 Rogers Avenue at Sterling Place, Brooklyn. Moved to 1350 Bedford Avenue at Pacific Street, now apartments.
Sydenham Hospital, 565 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan, now senior housing.
Terrace Heights Hospital 87-37 Palermo Street, Hollis, Queens, now Holliswood Hospital.
The Northern Dispensary Waverly Place and Christopher Street. (1840–1870)
The DeMilt Dispensary (1840–1870) Second Avenue and East 23d Street.
The New York Dispensary for Diseases of the Throat and Chest (1840–1870)
Trafalgar Hospital, 161 East 90th St, Manhattan, now co-op apartments.
Triboro Hospital Jamaica, merged with Queens General Hospital.
Tonsil Hospital Union Hospital, 260 East 188th St, the Bronx, now community health center.
Unity Hospital, 1545 Saint John's Place, Brooklyn, now apartments.
University Heights Hospital, 74 West Tremont Ave, the Bronx.
Verplanck State Emigrant Hospital Ward's Island
Van Etten Hospital
Wadsworth Hospital, 629 West 185th St, Manhattan, now private medical offices.
Woman's Hospital in New York Founded in 1855; 141 West 109th St., Manhattan, now part of St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center.
Western Dispensary for Women and Children
Wickersham Hospital 133 East 58th St, Manhattan
Willard Parker Hospital (1897)
Williamsburg General Hospital, 757 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, now apartments.
Williamsburg Maternity Hospital
Whitestone Hospital, 166th St at 12th Ave, Whitestone, Queens, replaced by garden apartments. York Hospital, 119
East 74th Street, Manhattan.
References [ edit ]
^ "Opening of the Brooklyn Homeopathic Hospital", New York Times, February 14, 1873, page 12, online
^ Designation List 401, Landmarks Preservation Commission, February 12, 2008, page 6, online