List of hospitals in New York (state)

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This is a list of hospitals in the U.S. state of New York. The hospitals are listed by the most recent hospital name with the name of the health system, county, city, date the hospital first opened, and most recent number of beds, when known. For defunct hospitals, the closing date is included, when known. Military hospitals and psychiatric hospitals are listed separately. More detailed descriptions are in the lists of hospitals in New York City's five boroughs and separate articles for many notable hospitals.

The American Hospital Directory lists 261 active hospitals in New York State in 2022. Two hundred and ten of these hospitals have staffed-beds with a total of 64,515 beds. The largest number of hospitals are in New York City.[1] The January 1, 2022 listing by the New York Health Department of general hospitals covered by the New York Healthcare Reform Act show 165 hospitals 63 closed hospitals, and 51 hospitals that had been merged with other hospitals.[2]

The oldest hospital in New York State and also oldest hospital in the United States is the Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, established in 1736. The hospital with the largest number of staffed beds is the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan with 2,678 beds in its hospital complex.

Hospitals[edit]

The notable hospitals in New York are listed below using the current name of the hospital and previous names described in footnotes. This list is sortable by name, county, city, date opened and number of beds. The range of number of beds in hospitals goes from the multi-campus NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan with 2,678 beds to Mercy Hospital in Orchard Park with only two beds. The number of beds for each hospital since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic has fluctuated, so references are included.[1][3]

Hospitals in New York
Name Health system County City Coordinates Opened Beds, Refs
A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital Bassett Healthcare Network Otsego Oneonta 42°27′29″N 75°3′8″W / 42.45806°N 75.05222°W / 42.45806; -75.05222 (A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital) 1900 67[4]
A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital, Tri-Town Campus[Note 1] Bassett Healthcare Network Delaware Sidney 42°18′16″N 75°23′44″W / 42.30438461991692°N 75.39542463169161°W / 42.30438461991692; -75.39542463169161 (A.O. Fox Memorial hospital Tri-Town Campus) 0[5]
Adirondack Medical Center Adirondack Health Essex Saranac Lake 44°20′45″N 74°08′36″W / 44.34588°N 74.14342°W / 44.34588; -74.14342 (Adirondack Medical Center, Sarnac Lake) 1913 39[3][6][7]
Albany Medical Center Albany Med Health System Albany Albany 42°39′12.42″N 73°46′31.54″W / 42.6534500°N 73.7754278°W / 42.6534500; -73.7754278 (Albany Medical Center) 1849 734,[8] 605[3]
Albany Memorial Hospital[Note 2] Northeast Health System Albany Albany 42°40′27″N 73°44′54″W / 42.67408°N 73.74841°W / 42.67408; -73.74841 (Albany Memorial Hospital) 1868 73,[1] 165[9]
Alice Hyde Medical Center University of Vermont Health Network Franklin Malone 44°51′26″N 74°17′30″W / 44.85717°N 74.29175°W / 44.85717; -74.29175 (Alice Hyde Medical Center) 1913 76,[10] 22[3]
Arnot Ogden Medical Center Arnot Health Chemung Elmira 42°6′1″N 76°49′41″W / 42.10028°N 76.82806°W / 42.10028; -76.82806 (Arnot Ogden Medical Center) 1888 112[3][11]
Auburn Community Hospital Independent Cayuga Auburn 42°56′29″N 76°33′53″W / 42.94139°N 76.56472°W / 42.94139; -76.56472 (Auburn Community Hospital) 1878 99,[12][13] 78[3]
Bellevue Hospital NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′21″N 73°58′31″W / 40.7393°N 73.9753°W / 40.7393; -73.9753 (Bellevue Hospital) 1736 844[14]
Bellevue Women's Hospital Ellis Medicine Schenectady Schenectady 42°47′35″N 73°52′43″W / 42.7931099857002°N 73.87870326313673°W / 42.7931099857002; -73.87870326313673 (Bellevue Women's Hospital) 1931 55[15][16]
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Catholic Health Erie Springville 42°30′35″N 78°39′32″W / 42.509611420157654°N 78.65892288935558°W / 42.509611420157654; -78.65892288935558 (Bertrand Chaffee Hospital) 103,[1] 14[3]
Binghamton General Hospital United Health Services Broome Binghamton 42°05′12″N 75°54′54″W / 42.08680138617499°N 75.91512672510594°W / 42.08680138617499; -75.91512672510594 (Binghamton General Hospital) 1887 474,[1] 38[3]
Blythedale Children's Hospital Independent Westchester Valhalla 41°4′28″N 73°48′0″W / 41.07444°N 73.80000°W / 41.07444; -73.80000 (Blythedale Children's Hospital) 1913 86
Bon Secures Hospital[Note 3] WMCHealth Orange Port Jervis 41°22′04″N 74°40′55″W / 41.367845319086804°N 74.68182387378157°W / 41.367845319086804; -74.68182387378157 (Bon Secures Hospital) 169[1]
BronxCare Health System[Note 4] BronxCare Health System Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°50′37″N 73°54′39″W / 40.8435°N 73.9108°W / 40.8435; -73.9108 (Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center) 1890 415
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center MediSys Health Network Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′18″N 73°54′45″W / 40.65500°N 73.91250°W / 40.65500; -73.91250 (Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center) 1921 530
Brooklyn Hospital Center Mount Sinai Health System Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°41′24″N 73°58′38″W / 40.6901°N 73.9772°W / 40.6901; -73.9772 (Brooklyn Hospital Center) 1845 464
Brooks Memorial Hospital Brooks TLC Hospital System Chautauqua Dunkirk 42°28′53″N 79°20′04″W / 42.48130775865741°N 79.33454413756893°W / 42.48130775865741; -79.33454413756893 (Brooks Memorial Hospital) 1900 (about) 65,[1] 34[3]
Buffalo General Medical Center Kaleida Health Erie Buffalo 42°54′05″N 78°51′54″W / 42.90135714009333°N 78.86488021817551°W / 42.90135714009333; -78.86488021817551 (Buffalo General Hospital) 1858 1068,[1] 518[3][17]
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Montefiore Health System Westchester White Plains 41°00′56″N 73°45′08″W / 41.015543°N 73.752251°W / 41.015543; -73.752251 (Burke Rehabilitation Hospital) 1915 150
Calvary Hospital Independent Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°50′52.9″N 73°50′38.8″W / 40.848028°N 73.844111°W / 40.848028; -73.844111 (Calvary Hospital) 1899 225
Canton-Potsdam Hospital St. Lawrence Health System St. Lawrence Potsdam 44°40′36″N 74°58′56″W / 44.67667°N 74.98222°W / 44.67667; -74.98222 (Canton-Potsdam Hospital) 1985 94
Carthage Area Hospital Carthage Area Hospital Community Partners Primary Healthcare Network Jefferson Carthage 43°59′14″N 75°35′38″W / 43.98722°N 75.59389°W / 43.98722; -75.59389 (Carthage Area Hospital) 1965 25[18][19][3]
Catskill Regional Medical Center (Callicoon) Garnet Health Sullivan Callicoon 41°45′09″N 75°02′46″W / 41.75253727377073°N 75.04602834395185°W / 41.75253727377073; -75.04602834395185 (Catskill Regional Medical Center, Callicoon) 15,[1] 25[20]
Catskill Regional Medical Center (Harris) Garnet Health Sullivan Harris (near Monticello) 41°42′39″N 74°44′14″W / 41.71094714571302°N 74.73729667960114°W / 41.71094714571302; -74.73729667960114 (Catskill Regional Medical Center, Harris) 1967 166[1][21]
Cayuga Medical Center, Ithaca[Note 5] Cayuga Health System Tomkins Ithaca 42°28′14″N 76°32′16″W / 42.47051247895672°N 76.53776469285876°W / 42.47051247895672; -76.53776469285876 (Cayuga Medical Center at Ithaca) 1980 193[1]
Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center[Note 6] Indepdendent St. Lawrence Ogdensburg 44°41′29″N 75°29′58″W / 44.69139197740797°N 75.49949604508255°W / 44.69139197740797; -75.49949604508255 (Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center) 1885 66[1][22]
Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic Rochester Regional Health Ontario Clifton Springs 42°57′38″N 77°08′11″W / 42.96058386961074°N 77.1362924028283°W / 42.96058386961074; -77.1362924028283 (Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic) 1972 203,[1] 262
Clifton-Fine Hospital Samaritan Health St. Lawrence Star Lake 44°09′45″N 75°03′22″W / 44.16244880272372°N 75.05607401812246°W / 44.16244880272372; -75.05607401812246 (Clifton-Fine Hospital) 1951 20[1][23]
Cobleskill Regional Hospital Bassett Healthcare Network Schoharie Cobleskill 42°44′24″N 74°29′22″W / 42.73997359748633°N 74.48942655696852°W / 42.73997359748633; -74.48942655696852 (Cobleskill Regional Hospital) 1956 25[24][25]
Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′13″N 73°56′32″W / 40.77028°N 73.94222°W / 40.77028; -73.94222 (Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital) 1939 1025[26]

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Cohen Children's Medical Center Northwell Health Nassau New Hyde Park 40°45′11″N 73°42′30″W / 40.753141°N 73.708444°W / 40.753141; -73.708444 (Cohen Children's Medical Center) 1983 202[1]
Columbia Memorial Hospital Albany Med Health System, Columbia Memorial Health[Note 7] Columbia Hudson 42°14′48″N 73°46′39″W / 42.24678914515756°N 73.77752700348417°W / 42.24678914515756; -73.77752700348417 (Columbia Memorial Hospital) 1889 206,[1] 90[3][29]
Community Memorial Hospital Crouse Health Partners Madison Hamilton 42°48′48″N 75°32′35″W / 42.81344312724929°N 75.54314144488922°W / 42.81344312724929; -75.54314144488922 (Community memorial Hospital) 1952 23[3][1][30]
Coney Island Hospital NYC Health + Hospitals Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°35′07″N 73°57′56″W / 40.5854°N 73.9655°W / 40.5854; -73.9655 (Coney Island Hospital) 1875 371[31]
Crouse Hospital Northwell Health Onondaga Syracuse 43°02′30″N 76°08′19″W / 43.04169077574732°N 76.13859900255132°W / 43.04169077574732; -76.13859900255132 (Crouse Hospital) 1887 502,[1] 255[3]
Cuba Memorial Hospital Kaleida Health Allegany Cuba 42°12′47″N 78°17′16″W / 42.213131891139575°N 78.28767346025523°W / 42.213131891139575; -78.28767346025523 (Cuba Memorial Hospital) 1923 81[1] 20[3][32]
Delaware Valley Hospital United Health Services Delaware Walton 42°09′53″N 75°07′43″W / 42.16468999953294°N 75.12860053142163°W / 42.16468999953294; -75.12860053142163 (Delaware Valley Hospital) 1951 25,[1][33] 19[3][34]
Dobbs Ferry Pavilion St. John's Riverside Hospital Westchester Dobbs Ferry 41°00′57″N 73°51′43″W / 41.01583333911784°N 73.8619°W / 41.01583333911784; -73.8619 (Dobbs Ferry Pavilion) 1893 50[1][35]
Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport Division[Note 8] Eastern Niagara Hospital Niagara Lockport 43°10′40″N 78°40′18″W / 43.177656975664696°N 78.6717006903674°W / 43.177656975664696; -78.6717006903674 (Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport) 1908 121[1][36]
Eddy Cohoes Rehabilitation Center Eddy Village Green Albany Cohoes 42°46′49″N 73°43′31″W / 42.78017105455952°N 73.72515830690831°W / 42.78017105455952; -73.72515830690831 (Eddy Cohoes Rehabilitation Center) 94[37]
E.J. Noble Hospital, Gouverneur St. Lawrence Health System[Note 9] St. Lawrence Gouverneur 44°20′16″N 75°28′25″W / 44.33772806254519°N 75.47371601839161°W / 44.33772806254519; -75.47371601839161 (Gouverneur Hospital) 25[1][38]
E.J. Noble Hospital (River Hospital), Alexandria Bay St. Lawrence Health System[Note 10] Jefferson Alexandria Bay 44°20′16″N 75°55′14″W / 44.337813040380624°N 75.92049247366326°W / 44.337813040380624; -75.92049247366326 (River Hospital) 15[3][39]
Elizabethtown Community Hospital University of Vermont Health Network Essex Elizabethtown 44°12′58″N 73°35′46″W / 44.216248213287635°N 73.59610212154398°W / 44.216248213287635; -73.59610212154398 (Elizabethtown Community Hospital) 25[1][40]
Ellenville Regional Hospital Indepdendent Ulster Ellenville 41°44′00″N 74°22′46″W / 41.73328097846825°N 74.37937503143847°W / 41.73328097846825; -74.37937503143847 (Ellenville Regional Hospital) 1966 25,[3] 51[3][41]
Ellis Hospital Ellis Medicine Schenectady Schenectady 42°49′13″N 73°54′57″W / 42.820260099633025°N 73.91575016023127°W / 42.820260099633025; -73.91575016023127 (Ellis Hospital) 1893 398,[1] 368,[42] 203[3][43]
Elmhurst Hospital Center NYC Health + Hospitals Queens New York City: Queens, Elmhurst 40°44′41″N 73°53′11″W / 40.74472°N 73.88639°W / 40.74472; -73.88639 (Ellmhurst Hospital Center) 1957 525[1]
Erie County Medical Center Great Lakes Health System Erie Buffalo 42°55′33″N 78°49′54″W / 42.925776°N 78.831646°W / 42.925776; -78.831646 (Erie County Medical Center) 1912 330[3]
F F Thompson Hospital UR Medicine, Thompson Health Ontario Canandaigua 42°52′35″N 77°17′23″W / 42.87641281320475°N 77.28973000255786°W / 42.87641281320475; -77.28973000255786 (F. F. Thompson Hospital) 1904 236[1][44]
Faxton Hospital Mohawk Valley Health System Oneida Utica 43°05′49″N 75°16′34″W / 43.09698255424414°N 75.27619547886908°W / 43.09698255424414; -75.27619547886908 (Faxton Hospital) 1875 0[1]
Flushing Hospital Medical Center MediSys Health Network Queens New York City: Queens, Flushing 40°45′20″N 73°49′01″W / 40.75550°N 73.81683°W / 40.75550; -73.81683 (Flushing Hospital Medical Center) 1953 271,[1] 312
Franklin Hospital Medical Center[Note 11] Northwell Health Nassau Valley Stream 40°41′31″N 73°41′04″W / 40.69196305522388°N 73.68440706621476°W / 40.69196305522388; -73.68440706621476 (Franklin Hospital Medical Center)
Fulton Medical Center Oswego Health System Oswego Fulton 43°18′54″N 76°24′24″W / 43.31508832861945°N 76.4066780025403°W / 43.31508832861945; -76.4066780025403 (Fulton Medical Center) 2011 [45]
Garnet Health Medical Center Garnet Health Orange Middletown 41°26′32″N 74°22′06″W / 41.44212°N 74.36833°W / 41.44212; -74.36833 (Garnet Health Medical Center) 1887 383[1][46]
Geneva General Hospital Finger Lakes Health Ontario Geneva 42°52′36″N 76°59′17″W / 42.87667°N 76.98806°W / 42.87667; -76.98806 (Geneva General Hospital) 1898 132
Glen Cove Hospital Northwell Health Nassau Glen Cove 40°52′15″N 73°37′21″W / 40.8708°N 73.6224°W / 40.8708; -73.6224 (Glen Cove Hospital) 1921 119[1]
Glens Falls Hospital Albany Med Health System Warren Glens Falls 43°18′23″N 73°38′48″W / 43.3064°N 73.6468°W / 43.3064; -73.6468 (Glens Falls Hospital) 1897 410,[47] 180[3]
Good Samaritan Hospital (Suffern) WMCHealth Rockland Suffern 41°6′42″N 74°8′7″W / 41.11167°N 74.13528°W / 41.11167; -74.13528 (Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern) 1902 286
Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip) Catholic Health Services of Long Island Suffolk West Islip 40°41′46.2″N 73°17′40.5″W / 40.696167°N 73.294583°W / 40.696167; -73.294583 (Good Samaritan Hospital, West Islip) 1959 537
Gouverneur Health NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county)) New York City: Manhattan 40°42′47″N 73°59′17″W / 40.713°N 73.988°W / 40.713; -73.988 (Gouverneur Health) 1885 25[1][48]
Gracie Square Hospital NYPHS New York (county)) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′11″N 73°57′10″W / 40.769794°N 73.952856°W / 40.769794; -73.952856 (Gracie Square Hospital) 1959 157
Guthrie Corning Hospital Guthrie Steuben Corning 42°8′3.8″N 76°58′1.2″W / 42.134389°N 76.967000°W / 42.134389; -76.967000 (Guthrie Corning Hospital) 1900 65, 67[3]
Guthrie Cortland Medical Center Guthrie Cortland Cortland 42°36′31.7″N 76°11′15.0″W / 42.608806°N 76.187500°W / 42.608806; -76.187500 (Guthrie Cortland Medical Center) 1891 44, 57[3]
Harlem Hospital Center NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°48′51″N 73°56′25″W / 40.814232°N 73.940189°W / 40.814232; -73.940189 (Harlem Hospital Center) 1887 272[49]
HealthAlliance Hospital: Broadway Campus WMCHealth Ulster Kingston 41°55′36″N 73°59′43″W / 41.92669407140123°N 73.99518512958198°W / 41.92669407140123; -73.99518512958198 (HealthAlliance Hospital, Broadway) 1891 147,[1] 111[3][50]
HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s Avenue Campus WMCHealth Ulster Kingston 41°55′18″N 73°59′56″W / 41.92174693433964°N 73.99878268910228°W / 41.92174693433964; -73.99878268910228 (HealthAlliance hospital, Mary's Avenue) 1902 149[1][51]
Helen Hayes Hospital NYPHS Rockland West Haverstraw 41°12′50″N 73°59′18″W / 41.2140°N 73.9882°W / 41.2140; -73.9882 (Hlen Hayes Hospital) 1900 155
Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, East Harlem 40°48′11″N 73°56′28″W / 40.8030121°N 73.9410468°W / 40.8030121; -73.9410468 (Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility) 2013 365
Horton Medical Center Garnet Health Orange Middletown 41°26′32″N 74°22′06″W / 41.442236859001646°N 74.36822936028538°W / 41.442236859001646; -74.36822936028538 (Horton Medical Center) 1892
Hospital for Special Surgery NYPHS New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′55″N 73°57′15″W / 40.76528°N 73.95417°W / 40.76528; -73.95417 (Hospital for Special Surgery) 1863 205
Hudson Valley Hospital NYPHS Westchester Cortlandt Manor 41°17′33″N 73°53′35″W / 41.2925243°N 73.8929404°W / 41.2925243; -73.8929404 (Hudson Valley Hospital) 1889 128
Huntington Hospital Northwell Health Suffolk Huntington 40°52′47″N 73°25′00″W / 40.87971111330437°N 73.41659881799299°W / 40.87971111330437; -73.41659881799299 (Huntington Hospital) 1916 280[1]
Interfaith Medical Center[Note 12] Interfaith Medical Center Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°40′47″N 73°56′14″W / 40.679820209194055°N 73.93732833862381°W / 40.679820209194055; -73.93732833862381 (Interfaith Medical Center) 1845 243[1][52]
Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital Arnot Health Steuben Bath 42°22′28″N 77°16′44″W / 42.37444°N 77.27889°W / 42.37444; -77.27889 (Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital) 1910 6[3][53][54]
Jacobi Medical Center NYC Health + Hospitals Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°51′22″N 73°50′47″W / 40.8560°N 73.8463°W / 40.8560; -73.8463 (Jacobi Medical Center) 1955 457[55]
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center MediSys Health Network Queens New York City: Queens, Jamaica 40°42′02″N 73°48′58″W / 40.7005°N 73.816°W / 40.7005; -73.816 (Jamaica Hospital Medical Center) 1891 402
John R. Oishei Children's Hospital Kaleida Health Erie Buffalo 42°54′02″N 78°52′03″W / 42.900623°N 78.867444°W / 42.900623; -78.867444 (John R. Oishei Children's Hospital) 2014 185[56]
Jones Memorial Hospital UR Medicine Allegany Wellsville 42°07′23″N 77°57′03″W / 42.12300592072099°N 77.95079908724537°W / 42.12300592072099; -77.95079908724537 (Jones Memorial Hospital, Wellsville) ? 28[3][52]
Kings County Hospital Center NYC Health + Hospitals Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′24″N 73°56′42″W / 40.65667°N 73.94500°W / 40.65667; -73.94500 (Kings County Hospital Center) 1831 627
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Kingsbrook Healthcare System Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′32″N 73°56′00″W / 40.658777°N 73.933197°W / 40.658777; -73.933197 (Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center) 1925 303
Lenox Hill Hospital Northwell Health New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′25″N 73°57′39″W / 40.7736°N 73.9609°W / 40.7736; -73.9609 (Lenox Hill Hospital) 1869 449[57]
Lewis County General Hospital St. Joseph's Health Lewis Lowville 43°47′46″N 75°29′59″W / 43.796019227692°N 75.49959593135642°W / 43.796019227692; -75.49959593135642 (Lewis County General Hospital) 1931 25[3][52]
Lincoln Hospital NYC Health + Hospitals Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°49′N 73°55′W / 40.817°N 73.917°W / 40.817; -73.917 (Lincoln Hospital) 1839 362[58]
Little Falls Hospital Bassett Healthcare Network Herkimer Little Falls 43°02′40″N 74°50′51″W / 43.04442054285575°N 74.84750407390324°W / 43.04442054285575; -74.84750407390324 (Little Falls Hospital) 18[3]
Long Island Community Hospital[Note 13] NYU Langone Health Suffolk Patchogue 40°46′55″N 72°58′34″W / 40.781917265192945°N 72.9761400634151°W / 40.781917265192945; -72.9761400634151 (Long Island Community Hospital) 1956 184[1][59][60]
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park Northwell Health Nassau New Hyde Park 40°45′21″N 73°42′25″W / 40.75571435694127°N 73.7069314039968°W / 40.75571435694127; -73.7069314039968 (Long Island Jewish Medical Center) 1954 1382,[1] 195[3]
Long Island Jewish Forest Hills Northwell Health Queens New York City: Queens, Forest Hills 40°43′45″N 73°51′05″W / 40.729096°N 73.851439°W / 40.729096; -73.851439 (Long Island Jewish Forest Hills) 1953 227[1]
Long Island Jewish, Valley Stream[Note 14] Northwell Health Nassau Nassau 40°41′25″N 73°41′12″W / 40.69025747820781°N 73.68653196856806°W / 40.69025747820781; -73.68653196856806 (Long Island Jewish Valley Stream) 337[1]
Maimonides Medical Center Northwell Health Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°38′28″N 73°59′55″W / 40.64102593460599°N 73.99874332275235°W / 40.64102593460599; -73.99874332275235 (Maimonides Medical Center) 1911 711[1]
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Northwell Health New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′51″N 73°57′50″W / 40.764218°N 73.963995°W / 40.764218; -73.963995 (Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital) 1869 13[1]
Margaretville Memorial Hospital WMCHealth Delaware Margaretville 42°08′48″N 74°38′31″W / 42.14661362705352°N 74.6418991851627°W / 42.14661362705352; -74.6418991851627 (Margaretville Memorial Hospital) 97,[1] 15[3][61]
Maria Fareri Children's Hospital WMCHealth Westchester Valhalla 41°05′09″N 73°48′20″W / 41.08585926227793°N 73.80548558510948°W / 41.08585926227793; -73.80548558510948 (<aroa Farero Children's Hospital) 2004 0[1]
Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Bassett Healthcare Network Otsego Cooperstown 42°41′44″N 74°55′25″W / 42.6956°N 74.9237°W / 42.6956; -74.9237 (Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital) 1922 180[1]
Massena Memorial Hospital St. Lawrence Health System St. Lawrence Massena 44°56′16″N 74°54′32″W / 44.937641748609174°N 74.90897247623982°W / 44.937641748609174; -74.90897247623982 (Massena Memorial Hospital) 25[1][62]
Mather Hospital[Note 15] Northwell Health Suffolk Port Jefferson 40°56′20.6″N 73°3′15.7″W / 40.939056°N 73.054361°W / 40.939056; -73.054361 (John T. Mather Memorial Hospital) 1929 248[1]
Medina Memorial Hospital Orleans Community Health) Orleans Medina 43°13′27″N 78°23′51″W / 43.224066244855216°N 78.3976047313795°W / 43.224066244855216; -78.3976047313795 (Medina Memorial Hospital) 1908 55[1][63]
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Memorial Sloan Kettering New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′51″N 73°57′25″W / 40.764096°N 73.956842°W / 40.764096; -73.956842 (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) 1884 498
Mercy Hospital of Buffalo Catholic Health Erie Buffalo 42°50′53″N 78°48′47″W / 42.84795856051943°N 78.81315476023013°W / 42.84795856051943; -78.81315476023013 (Mercy Hospital, Buffalo) 1904 470,[1] 225[3][64]
Mercy Hospital, Kenmore Catholic Health Erie Kenmore 42°58′40″N 78°52′48″W / 42.97784316625435°N 78.88000224673165°W / 42.97784316625435; -78.88000224673165 (Mercy Hospital, Kenmore) 1951 344,[65] 120[3]
Mercy Hospital, Orchard Park Catholic Health Erie Orchard Park 42°46′50″N 78°46′21″W / 42.780557942990576°N 78.77262117504641°W / 42.780557942990576; -78.77262117504641 (Mercy Hospital, Orchard Park) 2[66][3]
Mercy Medical Center Catholic Health Services of Long Island Nassau Rockville Centre 40°41′15″N 73°37′53″W / 40.687548022618664°N 73.63140393398025°W / 40.687548022618664; -73.63140393398025 (Mercy Medical Center) 1913 197[3][67]
Metropolitan Hospital Center NYC Health + Hospitals New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, East Harlem 40°47′5.74″N 73°56′40.94″W / 40.7849278°N 73.9447056°W / 40.7849278; -73.9447056 (Metropolitan Hospital Center) 1875 607[68]
MidHudson Regional Hospital[Note 16] WMCHealth Dutchess Poughkeepsie 41°43′07″N 73°55′37″W / 41.71872757692827°N 73.92697970260348°W / 41.71872757692827; -73.92697970260348 (MidHudson Regional Hospital) 1914 243,[1] 125[3][69]
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital Kaleida Health Erie Williamsville 42°59′40″N 78°43′49″W / 42.99437703968116°N 78.73021896022438°W / 42.99437703968116; -78.73021896022438 (Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital) 1974 0,[1] 300[3][70]
Misericordia Hospital[Note 17] Montefiore Health System Bronx New York City: The Bronx: Wakefield 40°53′38″N 73°51′40″W / 40.89400710435465°N 73.86099485269823°W / 40.89400710435465; -73.86099485269823 (Misericordia Hospital) 1887 345[1][71]
Monroe Community Hospital (MCH) Monroe County Monroe Rochester 43°6′47″N 77°37′5″W / 43.11306°N 77.61806°W / 43.11306; -77.61806 (Monroe Community Hospital) 1933 566[72]
Montefiore Medical Center Montefiore Health System Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°52′49.35″N 73°52′44.67″W / 40.8803750°N 73.8790750°W / 40.8803750; -73.8790750 (Montefiore Medical Center) 1884 1530,[1] 2059
Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital[Note 18] Montefiore Health System Westchester New Rochelle 40°54′51″N 73°47′16″W / 40.91407022539351°N 73.78777247621935°W / 40.91407022539351; -73.78777247621935 (Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital) 301[1]
Montefiore Nyack Hospital Montefiore Health System Rockland Nyack 41°05′46″N 73°55′34″W / 41.09609831305806°N 73.92606183146319°W / 41.09609831305806; -73.92606183146319 (Montefiore Nyack Hospital) 1895 251[1][73]
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital[Note 19] NYPHS New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°50′23″N 73°56′28″W / 40.8397°N 73.9412°W / 40.8397; -73.9412 (Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital) 1887 299[74]
Mount Sinai Beth Israel[Note 20] Mount Sinai Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′01″N 73°58′57″W / 40.7335°N 73.9826°W / 40.7335; -73.9826 (Mount Sinai Beth Israel) 1889 799
Mount Sinai Hospital Mount Sinai Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°47′24″N 73°57′12″W / 40.790066°N 73.953249°W / 40.790066; -73.953249 (Mount Sinai Hospital, Manhattan) 1852 1141[57]
Mount Sinai Morningside Mount Sinai Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, Morningside 40°48′20″N 73°57′42″W / 40.8055°N 73.9618°W / 40.8055; -73.9618 (Mount Sinai Morningside) 1850 495
Mount Sinai Queens Mount Sinai Health System Queens New York City: Queens 40°46′06″N 73°55′29″W / 40.76831464399605°N 73.92483588914689°W / 40.76831464399605; -73.92483588914689 (Mount Sinai Queens) 1898 235[1]
Mount Sinai South Nassau[Note 21] Mount Sinai Health System Nassau Oceanside 40°39′07.2″N 73°37′51.1″W / 40.652000°N 73.630861°W / 40.652000; -73.630861 (Mount Sinai South Nassau) 1928 378, 312[3]
Mount Sinai West Mount Sinai Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′12″N 73°59′15″W / 40.7700°N 73.9876°W / 40.7700; -73.9876 (Mount Sinai West) 1871 514
Mount Saint Mary's Hospital Catholic Health Niagara Lewiston 43°09′15″N 79°01′57″W / 43.154177°N 79.032541°W / 43.154177; -79.032541 (Mount Saint Mary's Hospital) 1907 175
Nassau University Medical Center Nassau Healthcare Corporation Nassau East Meadow 40°43′33.9816″N 73°33′17.5788″W / 40.726106000°N 73.554883000°W / 40.726106000; -73.554883000 (Nassau University Medical Center) 1974 1069,[1] 631, 284[3]
Nathan Littauer Hospital API Healthcare Fulton Gloversville 43°04′22″N 74°19′54″W / 43.07284643041162°N 74.33174087825238°W / 43.07284643041162; -74.33174087825238 (Nathan Littauer Hospital) 1894 142,[1] 35[3][75]
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Rochester Regional Health Wayne Newark 43°03′36″N 77°06′08″W / 43.059885°N 77.102265°W / 43.059885; -77.102265 (Newark-Wayne Community Hospital) 1921 121, 78[3]
New York Community Hospital NYPHS Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°36′56″N 73°56′54″W / 40.61559174734604°N 73.9483°W / 40.61559174734604; -73.9483 (New York Community Hospital) 1929 134[1][3]
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens NYPHS Queens New York City: Queens: Flushing 40°44′54″N 73°49′31″W / 40.7484379271173°N 73.82534169308964°W / 40.7484379271173; -73.82534169308964 (NewYork-Presbyterian Queens) 1892 482[1][76]
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital NYPHS New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′58″N 73°57′19″W / 40.7660056473591°N 73.95524250574906°W / 40.7660056473591; -73.95524250574906 (NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital) 1771 2678[77]
NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital[78] NYPHS Westchester Bronxville 40°56′32″N 73°50′12″W / 40.94212°N 73.83677°W / 40.94212; -73.83677 (NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital) 1909 238
NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital NYPHS New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°42′37″N 74°0′18″W / 40.71028°N 74.00500°W / 40.71028; -74.00500 (NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital) 1853 170
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital NYPHS Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°40′03″N 73°58′43″W / 40.66750°N 73.97861°W / 40.66750; -73.97861 (NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Mehtodist Hospital) 1881 591
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Mount Sinai Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′01″N 73°59′06″W / 40.73352842058954°N 73.98495830691036°W / 40.73352842058954; -73.98495830691036 (ew York Eye and Ear Infirmary) 1820 69
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center Independent Niagara Niagara Falls 43°05′41″N 79°02′58″W / 43.09485950941143°N 79.04955586243106°W / 43.09485950941143; -79.04955586243106 (Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center) 133[1]
Nicholas H Noyes Memorial Hospital UR Medicine Livingston Dansville 42°33′10″N 77°41′53″W / 42.55283521411496°N 77.697998298585°W / 42.55283521411496; -77.697998298585 (Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital) 1890 72,[79] 45[3]
North Central Bronx Hospital NYC Health + Hospitals Bronx New York City: The Bronx: Norwood 40°52′55″N 73°52′52″W / 40.88192500653414°N 73.88118501587148°W / 40.88192500653414; -73.88118501587148 (North Central Bronx Hospital) 1976 200[1]
North Shore University Hospital Northwell Health Nassau Manhasset 40°46′39″N 73°42′06″W / 40.77750°N 73.70167°W / 40.77750; -73.70167 (North Shore University Hospital) 1953 791[3][57]
Northern Dutchess Hospital Nuvance Health Dutchess Rhinebeck 41°56′13″N 73°54′49″W / 41.93681124153585°N 73.91347410589385°W / 41.93681124153585; -73.91347410589385 (Northern Dutchess Hospital) 84,[1] 56[3]
Northern Westchester Hospital Northwell Health Westchester Mount Kisco 41°11′53″N 73°43′34″W / 41.19803437179373°N 73.72613078307361°W / 41.19803437179373; -73.72613078307361 (Northern Westchester Hospital) 1916 241[1]
NYU Langone Hassenfeld Children's Hospital NYU Langone Health New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′31.09″N 73°58′26.52″W / 40.7419694°N 73.9740333°W / 40.7419694; -73.9740333 (NYU Langone Health) 2018 (Hassenfeld)[Note 22] 102[Note 23]
NYU Langone Kimmel Pavilion NYU Langone Health New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′38″N 73°58′21″W / 40.74385611831607°N 73.9723938384131°W / 40.74385611831607; -73.9723938384131 (NYU Langone Kimmel Pavilion) 2018 374
NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital[Note 24] NYU Langone Health System New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′04″N 73°58′59″W / 40.73456326216151°N 73.98301847380591°W / 40.73456326216151; -73.98301847380591 (NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital) 1905 160[1][80]
NYU Langone Tisch Hospital NYU Langone Health New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′37″N 73°58′27″W / 40.74366315777141°N 73.97408501585379°W / 40.74366315777141; -73.97408501585379 (Tisch Hospital) 1962 1639[1][81]
NYU Langone Hospital – Brooklyn NYU Langone Health System Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°38′48″N 74°01′14″W / 40.646578°N 74.020658°W / 40.646578; -74.020658 (NY Langone Hospital, Brooklyn) 1883 388,[1] 450[57]
NYU Langone Hospital — Long Island[82] NYU Langone Health Nassau Mineola 40°44′24″N 73°38′34″W / 40.740114°N 73.642735°W / 40.740114; -73.642735 (NYU Langone Hospital-Long Island) 1896 591, 407[3]
O'Connor Hospital Bassett Healthcare Network Delaware Delhi 42°16′08″N 74°54′58″W / 42.268833632767624°N 74.91618623765642°W / 42.268833632767624; -74.91618623765642 (O'Connor Hospital) 23,[83] 16[3]
Olean General Hospital Kaleida Health Cattaraugus Olean 42°05′26″N 78°25′40″W / 42.090429°N 78.427804°W / 42.090429; -78.427804 (Olean General Hospital) 1912 388,[1] 186,[84] 112[3]
Oneida Health Hospital Oneida Health Madison Oneida 43°04′40″N 75°39′14″W / 43.07771182218977°N 75.65377023270119°W / 43.07771182218977; -75.65377023270119 (Oneida Health Hospital) 261,[1] 31[3][52]
Orbis International Flying Eye Hospital Orbis International New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′14″N 73°59′31″W / 40.75384254470084°N 73.99204150283084°W / 40.75384254470084; -73.99204150283084 (Orbis International)
Orange Regional Medical Center Garnet Health Orange Middletown 41°26′34″N 74°22′06″W / 41.44277973129536°N 74.36833664999068°W / 41.44277973129536; -74.36833664999068 (Orange Regional Medical Center) [85]
Oswego Hospital Oswego Health System Oswego Oswego 43°27′19″N 76°31′01″W / 43.4552034372887°N 76.51687247621933°W / 43.4552034372887; -76.51687247621933 (Oswego Hospital) 1881 164[1][45]
Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital Ascension Broome Binghamton 42°06′34″N 75°56′31″W / 42.109314°N 75.942044°W / 42.109314; -75.942044 (Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital) 1925 161,[1] 200[3]
Peconic Bay Medical Center[Note 25] Northwell Health Suffolk Riverhead 40°56′09″N 72°40′24″W / 40.93587218326599°N 72.67345586239858°W / 40.93587218326599; -72.67345586239858 ({econic Bay Medical Center) 1951 184[1]
Phelps Memorial Hospital Northwell Health Westchester Sleepy Hollow 41°06′39″N 73°51′48″W / 41.11069637498576°N 73.86332996829246°W / 41.11069637498576; -73.86332996829246 (Phellps Memorial Hospital) 1950s 200[1]
Plainview Hospital[Note 26] Northwell Health Nassau Plainview 40°46′29.31″N 73°28′46.83″W / 40.7748083°N 73.4796750°W / 40.7748083; -73.4796750 (Plainview Hospital) 1961 219,[86] 152[3]
Putnam Hospital Center Nuvance Health Putnam Carmel 41°23′05″N 73°39′48″W / 41.38471021102708°N 73.66328420101652°W / 41.38471021102708; -73.66328420101652 (Putnam Hospital Center) 102[1]
Queens Hospital Center NYC Health + Hospitals Queens New York City: Queens, Jamaica 40°43′01″N 73°48′16″W / 40.716995°N 73.804381°W / 40.716995; -73.804381 (Queens Hospital Center) 1935 253[1]
Richmond University Medical Center Mount Sinai Health System Richmond New York City: Staten Island 40°38′08″N 74°06′22″W / 40.63556°N 74.10611°W / 40.63556; -74.10611 (Richmond University Medical Center) 1903 448
Rochester General Hospital Rochester Regional Health Monroe Rochester 43°11′32″N 77°35′11″W / 43.192288°N 77.586351°W / 43.192288; -77.586351 (Rochester General Hospital) 1847 528, 495[3]
Rockefeller University Hospital Rockefeller University New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′41″N 73°57′21″W / 40.76144856583122°N 73.9559720905045°W / 40.76144856583122; -73.9559720905045 (Rockefeller University Hospital) 1937 [87]
Rome Memorial Hospital St. Joseph's Health Oneida Rome 43°13′50″N 75°26′35″W / 43.230444250550086°N 75.44302752348102°W / 43.230444250550086; -75.44302752348102 (Rome Memorial Hospital) 171[1]
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center National Comprehensive Cancer Network Erie Buffalo 42°54′00″N 78°51′56″W / 42.900040447405104°N 78.8655866455283°W / 42.900040447405104; -78.8655866455283 (Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center) 1898 133[88][89]
Samaritan Hospital St. Peter's Health Partners Rensselaer Troy 42°44′0″N 73°40′21″W / 42.73333°N 73.67250°W / 42.73333; -73.67250 (Samaritan Hospital) 1898 350,[1] 238[90]
Sammaritan Hospital St. Mary's Campus[Note 27] St. Peter's Health Partners Rensselaer Troy 42°44′35″N 73°40′34″W / 42.743179799750926°N 73.67617717391549°W / 42.743179799750926; -73.67617717391549 (St. Mary's Campus, Samaritan Hospital) 20[1][91]
Samaritan Medical Center Samaritan Health Jefferson Watertown 43°57′54″N 75°54′52″W / 43.96500°N 75.91444°W / 43.96500; -75.91444 (Samitan Medical Center) 1881 294,[92] 124[3]
Saratoga Hospital Albany Med Health System Saratoga Saratoga Springs 43°05′16″N 73°47′52″W / 43.08774019497399°N 73.79772915345521°W / 43.08774019497399; -73.79772915345521 (Saratoga Hospital) 171[1]
Schuyler Hospital Cayuga Health System Schuyler Montour Falls 42°21′12″N 76°51′34″W / 42.35336148341652°N 76.85954250792689°W / 42.35336148341652; -76.85954250792689 (Schuyler Hospital) 145[1]
Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus Catholic Health Erie Cheektowaga 42°55′44″N 78°51′02″W / 42.92879183896708°N 78.85047546059513°W / 42.92879183896708; -78.85047546059513 (St. Joseph Campus, Sisters of Charity Hospital) 119,[1] 142[3]
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital of Yates County Finger Lakes Health Yates Penn Yan 42°40′19″N 77°03′38″W / 42.67191505458819°N 77.06050081483727°W / 42.67191505458819; -77.06050081483727 (Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital of Yates County) 1929[93] 25,[94] 14[3]
South Oaks Hospital Northwell Health Suffolk Amityville 40°41′14″N 73°25′24″W / 40.687157961488516°N 73.42327247570712°W / 40.687157961488516; -73.42327247570712 (South Oaks Hospital) 202[1]
South Shore University Hospital Northwell Health Suffolk Bay Shore 40°43′37″N 73°14′29″W / 40.72704408223383°N 73.24148583069103°W / 40.72704408223383; -73.24148583069103 (South Shore University Hospital) 1911 284[1]
St. Anthony Community Hospital WMCHealth Orange Warwick 41°15′45″N 74°21′28″W / 41.26255812326893°N 74.35775830692059°W / 41.26255812326893; -74.35775830692059 (St. Anthony Community Hospital) 60[1]
St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center Catholic Health Services of Long Island Suffolk Smithtown 40°52′11″N 73°13′24″W / 40.86976907723212°N 73.22344739695045°W / 40.86976907723212; -73.22344739695045 (St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center) 1962 536[1]
St. Charles Hospital Catholic Health Services of Long Island Suffolk Port Jefferson 40°56′53″N 73°03′39″W / 40.94794553050659°N 73.06090162967453°W / 40.94794553050659; -73.06090162967453 (St. Charles Hospital) 1907 243[1][95]
St. Elizabeth's Hospital Mohawk Valley Health System Oneida Utica 43°05′02″N 75°15′57″W / 43.08395821437958°N 75.26591172479716°W / 43.08395821437958; -75.26591172479716 (St. Elizabeth's Hospital) 1866 201[1]
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center Catholic Health Services of Long Island Nassau Roslyn 40°48′21″N 73°40′14″W / 40.80583694434448°N 73.6706599365849°W / 40.80583694434448; -73.6706599365849 (St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center) 1907 364[1][96]
St. James Hospital UR Medicine Steuben Hornell 42°21′28″N 77°39′48″W / 42.35769855338313°N 77.66329799968167°W / 42.35769855338313; -77.66329799968167 (St. James hospital) 1890 30[3][97]
St. John's Episcopal Hospital South Shore Episcopal Health Services Queens New York City: Queens, Far Rockaway 40°35′58″N 73°45′11″W / 40.599377231471756°N 73.75296951004256°W / 40.599377231471756; -73.75296951004256 (St. John's Episcopal Hospital South Shore) 1905 209[1]
St. John's Riverside Hospital[Note 28] St. John's Riverside Hospital Westchester Yonkers 40°58′7″N 73°53′10″W / 40.96861°N 73.88611°W / 40.96861; -73.88611 (St. John's Riverside Hospital) 1869 407,[35] 190[1]
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center St. Joseph's Health Onondaga Syracuse 43°03′24″N 76°08′57″W / 43.05664838054911°N 76.14915749207312°W / 43.05664838054911; -76.14915749207312 (St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center) 1869 431[1][98]
St. Joseph's Hospital Arnot Health Chemung Elmira 42°05′32″N 76°47′51″W / 42.09227894024332°N 76.79762531812361°W / 42.09227894024332; -76.79762531812361 (St. Joseph's Hospital) 176[1]
St. Joseph Hospital Catholic Health Services of Long Island Nassau Bethpage 40°43′39″N 73°28′44″W / 40.72751721252997°N 73.47888973166829°W / 40.72751721252997; -73.47888973166829 (St. Joseph Hospital) 203,[99] 136[3]
St. Joseph's Medical Center St. Joseph's Medical Center Westchester Yonkers 40°55′52″N 73°53′51″W / 40.93109418038225°N 73.89752915344042°W / 40.93109418038225; -73.89752915344042 (St. Joseph's Medical Center) 1888 271,[1] 532
St. Luke's Hospital Mohawk Valley Health System Oneida Utica 43°05′55″N 75°16′37″W / 43.09849676751799°N 75.27684576727593°W / 43.09849676751799; -75.27684576727593 (St. Luke's Hospital) 1869 288[1]
St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital
Newburgh Campus[Note 29]
Montefiore Health System Orange Newburgh 41°30′18″N 74°00′54″W / 41.50504627958052°N 74.01511416930894°W / 41.50504627958052; -74.01511416930894 (St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital) 193[1]
St. Mary's Hospital St. Mary's Healthcare Montgomery Amsterdam 42°57′21″N 74°13′01″W / 42.95585314930357°N 74.21681416930896°W / 42.95585314930357; -74.21681416930896 (St. Mary's Hospital) 1903 290,[1] 56[3][100]
St. Peter's Hospital St. Peter's Health Partners Albany Albany 42°39′22″N 73°48′14″W / 42.65609314789634°N 73.80381314621754°W / 42.65609314789634; -73.80381314621754 (St. Peter's Hospital) 1869 482,[1][52][101] 408[3][102]
Staten Island University Hospital, North and South Campus Northwell Health Richmond New York City: Staten Island, Prince's Bay, South Beach 40°35′11″N 74°05′07″W / 40.58650510487624°N 74.08528420101652°W / 40.58650510487624; -74.08528420101652 (Staten Island University Hospital) 1861 627[1]
Stony Brook Children's Hospital Stony Brook Medicine Suffolk Stony Brook 40°54′36″N 73°06′55″W / 40.90993515908808°N 73.11527573556837°W / 40.90993515908808; -73.11527573556837 (Stony Brook Children's Hospital) 1980 0[1]
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital[Note 30] Stony Brook Medicine Suffolk Southampton 40°53′12″N 72°22′49″W / 40.88661111187966°N 72.38034250792688°W / 40.88661111187966; -72.38034250792688 (Stony Brook Southampton Hospital) 1909 94,[1] 125
Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook Medicine Suffolk Stony Brook 40°54′37″N 73°06′55″W / 40.91018109058106°N 73.1153242644316°W / 40.91018109058106; -73.1153242644316 (Stony Brook University Hospital) 1980 788[1]
Strong Memorial Hospital UR Medicine Monroe Rochester 43°07′22″N 77°37′28″W / 43.1228°N 77.6244°W / 43.1228; -77.6244 (Strong Memorial Hospital) 1926 886,[103] 755[3]
SUNY Downstate Medical Center Downstate Health Sciences University Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′19″N 73°56′39″W / 40.65529418846846°N 73.94421942041309°W / 40.65529418846846; -73.94421942041309 (SUNY Downstate Medical Center)
Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital Stony Brook Medicine Suffolk Greenport 41°06′38″N 72°21′39″W / 41.110541068607574°N 72.36094850262705°W / 41.110541068607574; -72.36094850262705 (Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital) 90[1]
Sunnyview Hospital and Rehabilitation Center St. Peter's Health Partners Schenectady Schenectady 42°49′21″N 73°54′55″W / 42.82242033838976°N 73.91517329105659°W / 42.82242033838976; -73.91517329105659 (Sunnyview Hospital and Rehabilitation Center) 1928 115[1][104]
Syosset Hospital[Note 31] Northwell Health Nassau Syosset 40°48′45″N 73°30′32″W / 40.812506161343784°N 73.50881416930895°W / 40.812506161343784; -73.50881416930895 (Syosset Hospital) 74,[1] 69[3]
United Memorial Medical Center, North Street Campus Rochester Regional Health Genesee Batavia 111,[105] 81[3]
Unity Hospital of Rochester Rochester Regional Health Monroe Rochester 43°11′33″N 77°42′18″W / 43.192559°N 77.705003°W / 43.192559; -77.705003 (Unity Hospital) 1975 287,[106] 325[3]
University Hospital of Brooklyn Downstate Health Sciences University Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′23″N 73°56′43″W / 40.656513925613716°N 73.94527166138207°W / 40.656513925613716; -73.94527166138207 (University Hospital of Brooklyn) 323[1]
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Chautauqua[107] UPMC Chautauqua Jamestown 42°05′32″N 79°13′53″W / 42.092241466393546°N 79.2314836421981°W / 42.092241466393546; -79.2314836421981 (UPMC Chautauqua) 1885 187,[1] 317[108]
Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital Upstate Health System Onondaga Syracuse 43°02′32″N 76°08′23″W / 43.0422200913745°N 76.13968807390329°W / 43.0422200913745; -76.13968807390329 (Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital) 0,[1] 71
Upstate University Hospital Upstate Health System Onondaga Syracuse 43°02′31″N 76°08′23″W / 43.042029°N 76.139620°W / 43.042029; -76.139620 (Upstate University Hospital) 1965 752[1][109]
Upstate University Hospital Community Campus Upstate Health System Onondaga Syracuse 43°00′28″N 76°10′04″W / 43.00786067503717°N 76.16767676204861°W / 43.00786067503717; -76.16767676204861 (Community General Hospital) 1963 306[1]
Vassar Brothers Medical Center Nuvance Health Dutchess Poughkeepsie 41°41′37″N 73°56′08″W / 41.69354876360561°N 73.93565818957939°W / 41.69354876360561; -73.93565818957939 (Vassar Brothers Medical Center) 1882 365,[110] 354[3]
Westchester Medical Center WMCHealth Westchester Valhalla 41°05′10″N 73°48′20″W / 41.086133°N 73.8054204°W / 41.086133; -73.8054204 (Westchester Medical Center) 1977 652[111]
Westfield Memorial Hospital Allegheny Health Network Chautauqua Westfield 42°19′48″N 79°34′11″W / 42.32990843315517°N 79.5697866455283°W / 42.32990843315517; -79.5697866455283 (Westfield Memorial Hospital) 1942 9,[1] 6[3]
White Plains Hospital Montefiore Health System Westchester White Plains 41°1′33″N 73°46′9.5″W / 41.02583°N 73.769306°W / 41.02583; -73.769306 (White Plains Hospital) 1893 292[112]
Wilson Medical Center United Health Services Broome Johnson City 42°06′57″N 75°57′32″W / 42.115759896605745°N 75.95875667723587°W / 42.115759896605745; -75.95875667723587 (Wilson Medical Center) 2001 0,[1] 166[3][113]
Woodhull Medical Center NYC Health + Hospitals Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°41′58″N 73°56′33″W / 40.69944°N 73.94250°W / 40.69944; -73.94250 (Woodhull Medical Center) 1982 371[1]
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Indepdendent Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°42′15″N 73°55′2″W / 40.70417°N 73.91722°W / 40.70417; -73.91722 (Wyckoff Heights Medical Center) 1889 350[114]
Wyoming County Community Hospital Public, Wyoming County Wyoming Warsaw 42°45′16″N 78°07′52″W / 42.754396414593415°N 78.13098270388386°W / 42.754396414593415; -78.13098270388386 (Wyoming County Community Hospital) 1911 197,[1] 43[3][115]

Defunct hospitals[edit]

The following general hospitals in New York are defunct. Defunct VA and psychiatric hospitals are listed in separate sections of this article.[116]

Defunct Hospitals in New York
Name County City Coordinates Opened - Closed Beds
Adirondack Medical Center Essex Lake Placid 44°15′57″N 73°59′01″W / 44.26576°N 73.98366°W / 44.26576; -73.98366 (Adirondack Medical Center, Lake Placid) [117]
Adirondack Regional Hospital Saratoga Corinth 43°14′41″N 73°48′50″W / 43.24477257580536°N 73.81390194514398°W / 43.24477257580536; -73.81390194514398 (Adirondack Regional Hospital) 1964-1967 60[118][119][120]
Amsterdam Memorial Hospital[Note 32] Montgomery Amsterdam 42°57′32″N 74°11′15″W / 42.95889°N 74.18750°W / 42.95889; -74.18750 (Amsterdam Memorial Hospital) 1889-2009[Note 33] 8[3][121][122]
Bayley Seton Hospital[Note 34]
(Sisters of Charity)
Richmond New York City: Staten Island 40°37′20″N 74°04′32″W / 40.62233°N 74.07542°W / 40.62233; -74.07542 (Bayley Seton Hospital) 1831-1980[Note 35] 25[123]
Beth David Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′55″N 73°57′11″W / 40.782°N 73.953°W / 40.782; -73.953 (Beth David Hospital) 1886-1962 [124][125]
Bethesda Hospital Steuben North Hornell 42°20′53″N 77°39′48″W / 42.347966448721984°N 77.66333734252754°W / 42.347966448721984; -77.66333734252754 (Bethesda Hospital) 1920-1970 [126]
Cabrini Medical Center New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′11″N 73°59′02″W / 40.7363°N 73.9838°W / 40.7363; -73.9838 (Cabrini Medical Center) 1973-2008 490 (1973)
City Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, Roosevelt Island 40°45′11″N 73°57′31″W / 40.75306°N 73.95861°W / 40.75306; -73.95861 (City Hospital) 1832-1957
Doctors Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′35″N 73°56′40″W / 40.77634479387432°N 73.94455907399363°W / 40.77634479387432; -73.94455907399363 (Doctors Hospital) 1929-2004
Doctors' Hospital Richmond New York City: Staten Island 40°36′10″N 74°5′31″W / 40.60278°N 74.09194°W / 40.60278; -74.09194 (Doctors' Hospital) 1940-2003 71
Eastern Niagara Hospital, Newfane Division[Note 36]
(Eastern Niagara Hospital)
Niagara Newfane 43°17′19″N 78°42′33″W / 43.288674510034085°N 78.70915590254135°W / 43.288674510034085; -78.70915590254135 (Eastern Niagara Hospital, Newfane) 1908-2019 ?[127][128]
Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital New York (county) New York City: New York Harbor: Ellis Island 40°41′58.4″N 74°2′22.5″W / 40.699556°N 74.039583°W / 40.699556; -74.039583 (Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital) 1902-1951 300
French Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′02″N 73°59′48″W / 40.75061868929779°N 73.99668918934019°W / 40.75061868929779; -73.99668918934019 (French Hospital) 1881-1977
Genesee Hospital Monroe Rochester 43°8′59.2″N 77°35′44.2″W / 43.149778°N 77.595611°W / 43.149778; -77.595611 (Genesee Hospital) 1889-2001 [129]
Gowanda State Hospital
(NYDCCS)
Erie Gowanda 42°29′18″N 78°56′13″W / 42.48833°N 78.93694°W / 42.48833; -78.93694 (Gowanda State Hospital) 1894-2021 [130]
Herkimer Memorial Hospital Herkimer Herkimer 43°01′33″N 74°59′57″W / 43.025709948334864°N 74.99918438905863°W / 43.025709948334864; -74.99918438905863 (Herkimer Memorial Hospital) 1925-1983 70[131]
Island Medical Center Nassau Hempstead 1956-2003 [132]
Jewish Maternity Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°42′54″N 73°59′06″W / 40.7149379°N 73.9849904°W / 40.7149379; -73.9849904 (Jewish Maternity Hospital) 1906-1931
Jewish Memorial Hospital Nassau Inwood 40°51′40″N 73°55′48″W / 40.861°N 73.930°W / 40.861; -73.930 (Jewish Memorial Hospital) 1898-1982 186[133]
Knickerbocker Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Harlem 40°48′57″N 73°57′11″W / 40.815825°N 73.953000°W / 40.815825; -73.953000 (Knickerbocker Hospital) 1862-1979 228
Lakeside Memorial Hospital Monroe Brockport ?-2013 [134]
Long Beach Medical Center Nassau Long Beach 40°35′41″N 73°39′00″W / 40.59462547961499°N 73.65005340781491°W / 40.59462547961499; -73.65005340781491 (Long Beah Medical Center) ?-2012
Long Island College Hospital Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°41′23″N 73°59′48.3″W / 40.68972°N 73.996750°W / 40.68972; -73.996750 (Long Island College Hospital) 1858-2014 508
Lake Shore Hospital Chautauqua Irving 42°33′32″N 79°07′31″W / 42.558975372973535°N 79.12520484176575°W / 42.558975372973535; -79.12520484176575 (Lake Shore Hospital) ?-2020 182[1][135]
Madison Avenue Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′27.2″N 73°57′48.4″W / 40.774222°N 73.963444°W / 40.774222; -73.963444 (Madison Avenue Hospital) 1955-1976
Millard Fillmore Hospital[Note 37] Erie Buffalo 42°55′12″N 78°52′01″W / 42.91995687847226°N 78.86696241486013°W / 42.91995687847226; -78.86696241486013 (Millar Fillmore Hospital) ?-2012,
Mohawk Valley General Hospital Herkimer Ilion 43°00′50″N 75°02′17″W / 43.01389°N 75.03813°W / 43.01389; -75.03813 (Mohawk Valley General Hospital) 1908-1991 84[136][137]
Mount Vernon Hospital Westchester Mount Vernon 40°54′49″N 73°50′23″W / 40.91357656736365°N 73.83975980282469°W / 40.91357656736365; -73.83975980282469 (Mount Vernon Hospital) 1890s-1999 [138]
Neponsit Beach Hospital Queens New York City: Queens 40°34′07″N 73°51′53″W / 40.568673°N 73.864740°W / 40.568673; -73.864740 (Neponsit Beach Hospital) 1915-1955
New York United Hospital Medical Center Westchester Port Chester 1889-2005 222[1][139]
North General Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: East Harlem 40°48′12″N 73°56′31″W / 40.80333°N 73.94194°W / 40.80333; -73.94194 (North General Hospital) 1979-2010
Our Lady of Victory Hospital of Lackawanna Erie Lackawanna
Pan American Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°46′55″N 73°57′11″W / 40.78194°N 73.95306°W / 40.78194; -73.95306 (Pan American Hospital) 1927-1930
Seaview Hospital Richmond New York City: Staten Island 40°35′30″N 74°7′58″W / 40.59167°N 74.13278°W / 40.59167; -74.13278 (Seaview Hospital) 1909-1938
Sheehan Memorial Hospital Erie Buffalo 42°53′05″N 78°52′06″W / 42.884611623713255°N 78.86823700274606°W / 42.884611623713255; -78.86823700274606 (Sheehan Memorial Hospital) 1884-2012 [140]
Smallpox Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Roosevelt Island 40°45′6″N 73°57′34″W / 40.75167°N 73.95944°W / 40.75167; -73.95944 (Smallpox Hospital) 1856-1875 100
St. Agnes Hospital Westchester White Plains ?-2000 [141]
St. Clare's Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°45′54″N 73°59′22″W / 40.764914054812486°N 73.989393118176°W / 40.764914054812486; -73.989393118176 (St. Clare's Hospital) 1934-2007
St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center, Manhattan New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′11″N 73°59′59″W / 40.736416°N 73.999588°W / 40.736416; -73.999588 (St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center, Manhattan) 1849-2010 758
Summit Park Hospital Rockland Pomona 41°09′28″N 74°02′25″W / 41.15780727856887°N 74.04029988563961°W / 41.15780727856887; -74.04029988563961 (Summit Park Hospital)
Sydenham Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Harlem 40°48′35″N 73°56′56″W / 40.80974946791265°N 73.94888372061381°W / 40.80974946791265; -73.94888372061381 (Sydenham Hospital) 1892-1980 200
Tonsil Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 1921-1946
Tri-County Memorial Hospital[Note 38] Erie Gowanda 42°27′52″N 78°56′36″W / 42.46442158913056°N 78.94333700276314°W / 42.46442158913056; -78.94333700276314 (Tri-County Memorial Hospital) ?-2009
Wadsworth Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Washington Heights 40°51′09″N 73°55′58″W / 40.8524315763404°N 73.93275160282714°W / 40.8524315763404; -73.93275160282714 (Wadsworth Hospital) 1929-1976 25
Westchester Square Medical Center Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°50′27″N 73°50′54″W / 40.84083°N 73.84833°W / 40.84083; -73.84833 (Westchester Square Medical Center) 1830-2013 [143]

Military hospitals[edit]

As of 2022, there were 11 United States Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals in New York, and one VA hospital that closed in 1950.

Military hospitals[edit]

VA Hospitals in New York
Name County City Coordinates Opened - Closed Beds
Batavia Veterans Administration Hospital[Note 39] Genesee Batavia 43°00′42″N 78°11′59″W / 43.01167°N 78.19972°W / 43.01167; -78.19972 (Batavia Veterans Administration Hospital) 1934-1950 [144]
Bath VA Medical Center[Note 39] Steuben Bath 42°20′37″N 77°20′46″W / 42.34361°N 77.34611°W / 42.34361; -77.34611 (Bath VA Medical Center) 1879 440[145][146][147]
Canandaigua VA Medical Center[Note 39] Ontario Canandaigua 42°54′05″N 77°16′11″W / 42.90140395830616°N 77.26965260255685°W / 42.90140395830616; -77.26965260255685 (Canandaigua VA Medical Center) 1933 218[146][147]
Central Park Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, Central Park 1862-1865
James J. Peters VA Medical Center[Note 40] Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°52′02″N 73°54′22″W / 40.86732525°N 73.90614128°W / 40.86732525; -73.90614128 (James J. Peters VA Medical Center) 1922 311[147]
Northport VA Medical Center Suffolk Northport 40°53′40″N 73°18′29″W / 40.8943643630332°N 73.30799013282511°W / 40.8943643630332; -73.30799013282511 (Northport VA Medical Center) 1928 500[148]
Rockefeller War Demonstration Hospital New York (county) New York City: Manhattan, Upper East Side 1917-1919
Samuel S Stratton Albany VA Medical Center Albany Albany 42°39′07″N 73°46′21″W / 42.651869151668855°N 73.77248466070613°W / 42.651869151668855; -73.77248466070613 (Samuel S. Stratton Albany VA Medical Center) 1951 67[149][147]
Syracuse VA Medical Center Onondaga Syracuse 43°02′21″N 76°08′20″W / 43.03919053546208°N 76.13897903270346°W / 43.03919053546208; -76.13897903270346 (Syracuse VA Medical Center) 1953 106[150][147]
U.S. Army General Hospital No. 1[Note 41] Bronx New York City: The Bronx: Norwood 1917-1919[151] Over 1,000[152]
VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System,
Castle Point Campus
Dutchess Castle Point 41°32′34″N 73°57′46″W / 41.54272400240902°N 73.96283804493919°W / 41.54272400240902; -73.96283804493919 (VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System, Castle Point Campus) 1924 250[153][147]
VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System,[154]
Montrose, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Campus
Westchester Montrose 41°14′18″N 73°55′54″W / 41.23822137155819°N 73.931642344951°W / 41.23822137155819; -73.931642344951 (VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System (Montrose)) 1950 [153][147]
VA New York Harbor Healthcare System,
Brooklyn Campus
Kings Brooklyn 40°36′31″N 74°01′27″W / 40.608745460388434°N 74.02407648943235°W / 40.608745460388434; -74.02407648943235 (VA NY Harbor Healthcare System, Brooklyn Campus) 1950 153[155][156][147]
VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
Manhattan Campus
New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°44′14″N 73°58′39″W / 40.7372682426723°N 73.97743217515844°W / 40.7372682426723; -73.97743217515844 (VA NY Harbor Healthcare System, Manhattan) 1954 166[155][147]
Western New York VA Health Care System Erie Buffalo 42°57′05″N 78°48′45″W / 42.951313099187026°N 78.81246593270853°W / 42.951313099187026; -78.81246593270853 (Western New York VA Health Care System) 1950 199[157][147]

Psychiatric hospitals[edit]

As of 2022, there were 97 operating hospitals in New York that have psychiatric beds.[158] The New York hospitals listed in the table below are or were used solely for psychiatric patients. Defunct hospitals names are in italics. County, city, coordinates, date the hospital opened, number of beds in most recent data, and references are given for each hospital. When Pilgrim State Hospital (Pilgrim Psychiatric Center) opened in 1931 it was the largest psychiatric hospital in the United States. At its peak, it had 14,000 patients. In 2018, there was a total of 11,109 adult in-patient psychiatric beds in New York state and New York City hospitals, including 7,228 beds in general hospitals.[159]

Psychiatric hospitals in New York
Name (health system) County City Coordinates Opened - Closed Beds
Binghamton State Hospital
(New York State Inebriate Asylum)
Broome Binghamton 42°06′22″N 75°52′06″W / 42.10615483341905°N 75.86820778937216°W / 42.10615483341905; -75.86820778937216 (Binghamton Psychiatric Center) 1864-1993 [160]
Bloomingdale Insane Asylum New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Morningside Heights 40°48′31″N 73°57′41″W / 40.80861°N 73.96139°W / 40.80861; -73.96139 (Bloomingdale Insane Asylum) 1821-1889 [161]
Bronx Psychiatric Center Bronx New York City: The Bronx 40°51′09″N 73°50′14″W / 40.85258024533982°N 73.83730598942262°W / 40.85258024533982; -73.83730598942262 (Bronx Psychiatric Center) 1963 156[162][163]
Brooklyn Children's Psychiatric Center[Note 42] Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°40′30″N 73°55′15″W / 40.67510184007574°N 73.92072256167326°W / 40.67510184007574; -73.92072256167326 (Brooklyn Children's Psychiatric Center) 1969 [163]
Brunswick Hospital Center[Note 43] Suffolk Amityville 40°41′5.2″N 73°25′16.6″W / 40.684778°N 73.421278°W / 40.684778; -73.421278 (Brnswick Hospital Center) 1900s (early)-2022 146,[1] 477(up to in the past)
Buffalo Psychiatric Center Erie Buffalo 42°55′48″N 78°52′50″W / 42.93007919530558°N 78.88050240387378°W / 42.93007919530558; -78.88050240387378 (Buffalo Psychiatric Center) 1880 159[164][165][166]
Capital District Psychiatric Center Albany Albany 42°39′17″N 73°46′49″W / 42.654799085631836°N 73.78021526023778°W / 42.654799085631836; -73.78021526023778 (Capital District Psychiatric Center) 105[167]
Central Islip Psychiatric Center Sulfork Central Islip 40°45′34″N 73°11′26″W / 40.759574°N 73.190585°W / 40.759574; -73.190585 (Central islip Psychiatric Center) 1889-1996 10,000 (1955)[168][169]
Central New York Psychiatric Center Oneida Marcy 43°13′35″N 75°18′19″W / 43.22647851857308°N 75.3051423847638°W / 43.22647851857308; -75.3051423847638 (Central New York Psychiatric Center) 1923 0[170][171]
Creedmoor Psychiatric Center Queens New York City: Queens: Queens Village 40°44′29″N 73°43′54″W / 40.74139°N 73.73167°W / 40.74139; -73.73167 (Creedmoor Psychiatric Center) 1912 328[172]
Dannemora State Hospital for the Criminally Insane
(Clinton Correctional Facility)
Clinton Dannemora 44°43′25″N 73°43′15″W / 44.7236°N 73.7208°W / 44.7236; -73.7208 (Dannemora Statae Hospital) 1900-? 550[173]
Edgewood State Hospital Suffolk Deer Park 40°46′34″N 73°18′34″W / 40.776191°N 73.309463°W / 40.776191; -73.309463 (Edgewood State Hospital) 1940s-1971
Elmira Psychiatric Center Chemung Elmira 42°05′28″N 76°47′41″W / 42.09111282744443°N 76.79482259094459°W / 42.09111282744443; -76.79482259094459 (Elmira Psychiatric Center) 80[174]
Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital Westchester Katonah 41°15′48″N 73°37′20″W / 41.26342946567288°N 73.62223645948114°W / 41.26342946567288; -73.62223645948114 (Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital, Katonah) 175[175]
Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital Saratoga Saratoga Springs 43°03′28″N 73°47′04″W / 43.057777420032046°N 73.78434444619437°W / 43.057777420032046; -73.78434444619437 (Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital, Saratoga) 88[1]
Gowanda State Hospital Erie Gowanda 42°29′18″N 78°56′13″W / 42.48833°N 78.93694°W / 42.48833; -78.93694 (Gowanda State Hospital) 1898-2021 [176]
Harlem Valley State Hospital
Psychiatric hospital
Dutchess Wingdale 41°38′14″N 73°34′20″W / 41.63734°N 73.57229°W / 41.63734; -73.57229 (Harlem Valley State Hospital) 1924-1994 [177]
Hudson River Psychiatric Center Dutchess Poughkeepsie 41°44′24.1″N 73°54′14.6″W / 41.740028°N 73.904056°W / 41.740028; -73.904056 (Hudson River Psychiatric Center) ?-2012
Hudson River State Hospital Dutchess Poughkeepsie 41°43′59″N 73°55′41″W / 41.73306°N 73.92806°W / 41.73306; -73.92806 (Hudson River State Hospital) 1871-early 2000s 300[178]
Hutchings Psychiatric Center Onondaga Syracuse 43°02′45″N 76°08′23″W / 43.045748146792924°N 76.13966994402956°W / 43.045748146792924; -76.13966994402956 (Hutchings Psychiatric Center) 154[1]
Kings Park Psychiatric Center Suffolk Kings Park 40°54′06″N 73°13′56″W / 40.90167°N 73.23222°W / 40.90167; -73.23222 (Kings Park Psychiatric Center) 1885-1996
Kingsboro Psychiatric Center Kings New York City: Brooklyn 40°39′27″N 73°56′17″W / 40.65742184408496°N 73.93815993098238°W / 40.65742184408496; -73.93815993098238 (Kingsboro Psychiatric Center) ? 163[179][52]
Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center New York (county) New York City: Manhattan: Ward Island 40°47′22″N 73°55′47″W / 40.789423607887876°N 73.92983424496823°W / 40.789423607887876; -73.92983424496823 (Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center) ? 475[1][52]
Manhattan Psychiatric Center
(New York State Department of Mental Hygiene)
New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°47′21″N 73°55′47″W / 40.78917°N 73.92972°W / 40.78917; -73.92972 (Manhattan Psychiatric Center) 1848 509
Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally Insane Dutchess Matteawan 41°31′20″N 73°57′02″W / 41.522212°N 73.95057°W / 41.522212; -73.95057 (Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally Insane) 1892-1977 [180]
Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Forensic Center Orange New Hampton 41°24′23″N 74°23′32″W / 41.406508623882395°N 74.39210702401043°W / 41.406508623882395; -74.39210702401043 (Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Forensic Center) 1916 285[181][182]
Middletown State Hospital[Note 44] Orange Middletown 41°27′N 74°25′W / 41.450°N 74.417°W / 41.450; -74.417 (Middletown State Hospital) 1874-2006 [183][166]
Mohansic State Hospital Westchester Yorktown Heights 41°16′44″N 73°49′08″W / 41.279°N 73.819°W / 41.279; -73.819 (Mohansic State Hospital) 1910-1918 [176]
Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center Oneida Utica 43°6′18″N 75°15′12″W / 43.10500°N 75.25333°W / 43.10500; -75.25333 (Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center) 1836 77[184][185]
New York State Psychiatric Institute New York (county) New York City: Manhattan 40°50′38″N 73°56′40″W / 40.84386095130675°N 73.94434332275233°W / 40.84386095130675; -73.94434332275233 (New York State Psychiatric Institute) 1895 21[186]
Pilgrim Psychiatric Center Suffolk Brentwood 40°47′48″N 73°17′05″W / 40.796728396081676°N 73.28474902654054°W / 40.796728396081676; -73.28474902654054 (Pilgrim Psychiatric Center) 1931 273[187][159]
Queens Children's Psychiatric Center Queens New York City: Queens
Rochester Psychiatric Center Monroe Rochester 43°07′36″N 77°36′37″W / 43.12673606135802°N 77.61037422661485°W / 43.12673606135802; -77.61037422661485 (Rochester Psychiatric Center) 1857 174[188][189][190]
Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center Rockland Orangeburg 41°02′53″N 73°58′09″W / 41.04808590313675°N 73.96929348146729°W / 41.04808590313675; -73.96929348146729 (Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center) 0[191]
Rockland Psychiatric Center Rockland Orangeburg 41°03′03″N 73°58′05″W / 41.05071702096586°N 73.96805667724766°W / 41.05071702096586; -73.96805667724766 (Rockland Psychiatric Center) 1926 415[192]
Rye Psychiatric Hospital Center Westchester Rye 40°58′20″N 73°41′29″W / 40.97216°N 73.69148°W / 40.97216; -73.69148 (Rye Psychiatric Hospital Center) 1973-2014 [193][194]
Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center Suffolk Dix Hills 40°47′42″N 73°23′04″W / 40.79507174773213°N 73.38438827513785°W / 40.79507174773213; -73.38438827513785 (Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center) 0[195]
South Beach Psychiatric Center Richmond New York City: Staten Island 40°35′03″N 74°04′44″W / 40.58423113156314°N 74.07881091004555°W / 40.58423113156314; -74.07881091004555 (South Beach Psychiatric Center) 507[196]
St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center
(Ogdenburg Correctional Facility)
St. Lawrence Ogdenburg 44°43′31″N 75°26′45″W / 44.72528°N 75.44583°W / 44.72528; -75.44583 (St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center) 1890-1982 108[190]
St. Vincent's Hospital Westchester
(St. Joseph's Medical Center)
Westchester Harrison 0[1]
Syracuse State School Onondaga Syracuse 1851-1998
Utica Psychiatric Center Oneida Utica 43°06′18″N 75°15′13″W / 43.10496225°N 75.25347233°W / 43.10496225; -75.25347233 (Utica Psychiatric Center) 1843-1977 380[197][198]
Western NY Children's Psychiatric Center Erie West Seneca 42°49′27″N 78°43′54″W / 42.82412327343514°N 78.73160534720402°W / 42.82412327343514; -78.73160534720402 (Western NY Children's Psychiatric Center) 0[199]
Willard Asylum for the Chronic Insane Seneca Willard 42°40′45″N 76°52′46″W / 42.67917°N 76.87944°W / 42.67917; -76.87944 (Willard Asylum for the Chronic Insane) 1869-1995 [198]
Willowbrook State School[Note 45] Richmond New York City: Staten Island: Willowbrook 40°35′58″N 74°09′02″W / 40.59944°N 74.15056°W / 40.59944; -74.15056 (Willowbrook State School) 1947-1987
Zucker Hillside Hospital
(Northwell Health)
Queens New York City: Queens: Glen Oaks 40°45′08″N 73°42′37″W / 40.75226914026147°N 73.71022068635428°W / 40.75226914026147; -73.71022068635428 (Zucker Hillside Hospital) 1926 0[1]

Notes on hospitals[edit]

  1. ^ The Tri-Town Campus of A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital only has an emergency department.
  2. ^ Albany Memorial Hospital merged with Samaritan Hospital.
  3. ^ Bon Secures Hospital was previously known as Mercy Community Hospital, Port Jervis
  4. ^ BronxCare Health System was formerly Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center.
  5. ^ Cayuga Medical Center was originally known as Tompkins Community Hospital, which was established before 1970.
  6. ^ The Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center opened in 1885 as the Ogdensburg City Hospital and Orphan Asylum.
  7. ^ Columbia Memorial Health is affiliation with the Albany Medical Center, which is part of Albany Med Health System.
  8. ^ The Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport was formerly the Lockport Memorial Hospital.
  9. ^ E.J. Noble Hospital in Gouverneur was previously known as Gouverneur Hospital
  10. ^ E.J. Noble Hospital in Alexandria Bay is also known as River Hospital.
  11. ^ Franklin Hospital Medical Center merged with Long Island Jewish Medical Center.[2]
  12. ^ Interfaith Medical Center was formed in 1982 with the merger of Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and Medical Center and St. John's Epsicopal Hospital
  13. ^ Long Island Comunity Hospital was formerly known as Brookhaven Memorial Hospital.
  14. ^ Franklin Hospital Medical Center merged with Long Island Jewish Medical Center.[2]
  15. ^ Mather Hospital is also known as the John T. Mather Memorial Hospital
  16. ^ MidHudson Regional Hospital was until 2014 the St. Francis Hospital
  17. ^ The Misericordia Hospital previously Monetefiore Medical Center North Division was formerly the Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center, until 2008.
  18. ^ Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital was formerly Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester.
  19. ^ Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital was formerly Babies' Hospital in the City of New York until 2003
  20. ^ Mount Sinai Beth Israel is also referred to as Beth Israel Medical Center
  21. ^ Mount Sinai South Nassau was formerly called South Nassau Communities Hospital
  22. ^ The NYU School of Medicine, which is part of NYU Langone Health, was founded in 1841. It was renamed the Grossman School of Medicine in 2019.
  23. ^ The total number of beds in NY Langone Health hospitals is 1,350.
  24. ^ NY Langone Orthopedic Hospital was formerly the Hospital for Joint Diseases.[80]
  25. ^ Peconic Bay Medical Center was formerly Central Suffolk Hospital
  26. ^ Plainview Hospital is also known as Northwell University Hospital, Plainview
  27. ^ St. Mary's Hospital in Troy is also known as Seton Health
  28. ^ In 1994, St. John’s Riverside Hospital affiliated with Yonkers General Hospital officially merged in 2001 and is now known as the ParkCare Pavilion of St. John's Riverside Hospital.[35]
  29. ^ Formerly known as St. Luke's Hospital
  30. ^ Stony Brook Southampton Hospital was formerly known as Southampton Hospital.
  31. ^ Syosset Hospital was also known as Northwell Syosset.
  32. ^ Amsterdam Memorial Hospital merged with St. Mary's Healthcare in Amsterdam.[2]
  33. ^ The Amsterdam Memorial Hospital merged with St. Mary's Hospital in 2009
  34. ^ Bayley Seton Hospital merged with Sisters of Charity Medical Center.
  35. ^ Bayley Setton Hospital became part of Richmond University Medical Center in 1980
  36. ^ The Newfane Division of Eastern niagara Hospital was formerly the Inter-Community Memorial Hospital
  37. ^ Millard Fillmore Hospital became part of the Medical Campus attached to Buffalo General Hospital
  38. ^ The Tri-County Memorial Hospital was rendered unusable by an August 2009 flood. It was demolished in 2012
  39. ^ a b c This hospital is on National Register of Historic Places in New York state
  40. ^ The James J. Peters VA Medical Center was previously known as Bronx Veterans Hospital and Bronx Veterans Administration Medical Center
  41. ^ U.S. Army General Hospital No. 1 was previously known as Columbia War Hospital
  42. ^ Brooklyn Children's Psychiatric Center is also referred to as the New York City Childrens Center - Behavioral Health.
  43. ^ The New York Department of Health reported that the Brunswick Hospital was closed in 2022.
  44. ^ The Middletown State Hospital was originally known as the Middletown State Homeopathic Hospital.[166]
  45. ^ Willowbrook State School was previously called Halloran General Hospital and Veterans Hospital.

Gallery of hospitals[edit]

Health systems in New York State[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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