Blythedale Children's Hospital

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Blythedale Children's Hospital
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Geography
Location Valhalla, Westchester County, New York, United States
Coordinates 41°4′28″N 73°48′0″W / 41.07444°N 73.80000°W / 41.07444; -73.80000Coordinates: 41°4′28″N 73°48′0″W / 41.07444°N 73.80000°W / 41.07444; -73.80000
Organization
Hospital type Specialist
Services
Beds 86
Speciality Children's hospital
History
Founded Year-round operation in 1913
Present location in 1922
Links
Website http://www.blythedale.org/
Lists Hospitals in New York

Blythedale Children's Hospital is a specialty children's hospital in Valhalla, New York, United States. It is the only independent children's hospital in New York State. The hospital is dedicated to the diagnosis, care and rehabilitation of children with complex medical and rehabilitative needs. The hospital opened a new, 56,000 square-foot inpatient hospital in December 2011. The new inpatient facility accommodates 86 patients[1] in single or double rooms and includes a 46-bed Infant & Toddler and Post Neonatal/Post-Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for medically fragile patients, many of whom require weaning from mechanical ventilation. The new building also includes a 30-bed Pediatric & Adolescent Unit, and a 10-bed Traumatic Brain Injury Unit. The hospital also has its own on-site public school district, the Mount Pleasant Blythedale Union Free School District.

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