NYU Winthrop Hospital

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NYU Winthrop Hospital
NYU Langone Health System
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Location 259 First Street, Mineola, NY, United States
Care system Private
Funding Non-profit hospital
Hospital type Teaching
Affiliated university NYU School of Medicine
Network NYU Langone Health System
Emergency department Level I trauma center
Beds 591
Founded 1896 (1896)
Website winthrop.org
Lists Hospitals in the United States

NYU Winthrop Hospital is a 591-bed hospital located in Mineola, New York. The hospital was founded in 1896 under the name Nassau Hospital, and was Long Island, New York's first voluntary hospital. In the 1980s, the hospital was renamed Winthrop–University Hospital, where it was a teaching hospital for Stony Brook University. In 2016, Winthrop-University Hospital announced its intentions to merge with NYU Langone Medical Center, and on April 1, 2017, Winthrop-University Hospital officially became an affiliate of NYU Langone Medical Center, and was renamed NYU Winthrop Hospital. NYU Winthrop is an adult Level 1 Trauma Center, and Nassau County’s only trauma center with full adult and pediatric capabilities.[1]


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  1. ^ http://www.winthrop.org/trauma-center
  2. ^ "James Barton, 71, Stage Actor, Dies. Veteran Player in 'Tobacco Road'. In Films and TV Famed for Drunken Routine Scored With Dancing". New York Times. February 20, 1962. Retrieved 2014-12-05. James Edward Barton, actor best known for his earthy role as Jeeter Lester in the longrunning play, "Tobacco Road," died this morning in Nassau Hospital here after a heart attack. His age was 71.
  3. ^ "Duane L. Jones, 51, Actor and Director of Stage Works, Dies". New York Times. July 28, 1988. Retrieved December 23, 2010. Duane L. Jones, a director and actor, died Friday in Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, L.I. He was 51 years old and lived in Westbury, L.I. Marva Jones Brooks, Mr. Jones's sister and the City Attorney of Atlanta, said death was caused by cardiopulmonary arrest. Mr. Jones was director of the Maguire Theater at the State University College at Old Westbury and artistic director at the Richard Allen Center for Culture and Art in Manhattan.

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