New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory April 2009

New York City Hospital
Pediatric Resource Directory
April 2009
Compiled by
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Program
THE CITY
OF
NEW YORK
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE
Michael R. Bloomberg
Mayor
Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H.
Commissioner
_______________________________________________________________
nyc.gov/health
Introduction
This directory aims to provide New York City (NYC) hospitals, healthcare facilities, and NYC response agencies
with a comprehensive resource of pediatric services offered by NYC Hospitals.
The directory is divided into two sections. The first section focuses on the twenty-six NYC Hospitals with
Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs), providing detail on critical care services offered at these hospitals that
includes information and instructions on admission and/or transfer of critically ill pediatric patients to hospitals
with PICUs. The second section includes fourteen NYC Hospitals that do not have PICUs, but do accept
transfers of pediatric patients, either into the hospital’s pediatric inpatient unit or a subspecialty unit.
This guide is intended to provide information for daily referrals and inter-hospital transfers as well as to assist
healthcare providers to care for pediatric patients during a disaster when their typical referral choices may not be
available.
Data for this project were collected by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Program during 2006-2008 as part of the Pediatric Resources and
Emergency Preparedness Initiative (PREP-I) Project. This project was funded by the Department of Health and
Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response Grant Number U3RHS07565.
The DOHMH recognizes that the healthcare system is dynamic, undergoing frequent change. The information
presented in this Directory will be updated on a yearly basis. In the interim, please send any updates to the
Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Program at [email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Definitions of Key Terms
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SECTION I. HOSPITALS WITH PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS (PICU)
Map of New York City Hospitals with Pediatric Intensive Care Units
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Bronx
Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center – Concourse Pavilion
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center – Henry and Lucy Moses Division
Jacobi Medical Center (HHC)
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center (HHC)
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Brooklyn
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
Brooklyn Hospital Center Downtown Campus
Kings County Hospital Center (HHC)
Long Island College Hospital (Continuum Health Partners)
Maimonides Medical Center
New York Methodist Hospital
University Hospital of Brooklyn/SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn
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Manhattan
Bellevue Hospital Center (HHC)
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton and Carroll Petrie Division
Harlem Hospital Center (HHC)
Metropolitan Hospital Center (HHC)
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
Mount Sinai Hospital
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center
NYU Langone Medical Center
St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center/Roosevelt Hospital
Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center/St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan
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Queens
Elmhurst Hospital Center (HHC)
New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
Schneider Children’s Hospital
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Staten Island
Richmond University Medical Center
Staten Island University Hospital – North
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SECTION II. HOSPITALS WITH GENERAL MEDICAL/SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SERVICES
Map of New York City Hospitals with General Medical/Surgical Pediatric Services
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Bronx
Montefiore Medical Center – North
St. Barnabas Hospital
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Brooklyn
Coney Island Hospital (HHC)
Interfaith Medical Center
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
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Manhattan
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Hospital for Special Surgery
Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
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Queens
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center (HHC)
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SECTION III. REFERENCE TABLES OF SPECIALITIES AVAILABLE BY HOSPITAL
Summary Statistics of NYC Hospitals with Pediatric Resources
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For Hospitals with Pediatric Intensive Care Units
Table of Surgical Pediatric Subspecialties Available by PICU Hospital
Table of Non-surgical Pediatric Subspecialties Available by PICU Hospital
Table of Other Pediatric Special Services Available by PICU Hospital
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For Hospitals with General Medical/Surgical Pediatric Services
Table of Surgical Pediatric Subspecialties Available by Non-PICU Hospital
Table of Non-surgical Pediatric Subspecialties Available by Non-PICU Hospital
Table of Other Pediatric Special Services Available by Non-PICU Hospital
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Definitions of Key Terms
Interhospital Transfer: A transfer of a patient from one inpatient facility to another. May require transport to a diagnostic
department, operating room or specialized care unit.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): A high acuity inpatient unit with patients ranging from age 0 to 28 days at time
of admission. Must be staffed 24 hours a day by a board certified/board eligible neonatologist either in-house or readily
available by phone. Must have the ability to provide 24 hour cardiorespiratory monitoring and mechanical ventilation of
neonatal patients within the neonatal intensive care unit.
Neonatal Patient: A patient ranging in age from 0 to 28 days after birth.
Pediatric Disaster Cart: A cart or other large container with supplies intended for use only during an emergency or
disaster event. Such supplies must be specifically geared towards children in terms of their size and nature and may include
medical supplies, documents for patient tracking or supplies intended for decontamination, contact isolation or airborne
isolation purposes.
Pediatric Emergency Department: A separate emergency department (ED) for pediatric patients ranging in age from 0
to at least 17 years old but not routinely more than 21 years at time of presentation.
Pediatric Inpatient Unit: A physically separate inpatient unit for pediatric patients (including general medical/surgical
beds) with patients ranging in age from 0 to at least 17 years but not routinely more than 21 years at time of admission.
Each patient must be assigned to a board certified/board eligible pediatrician, family practice physician or pediatric
subspecialist and must be covered 24 hours a day by one of the same who is either in-house or readily available by phone.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU): A high acuity inpatient unit with patients ranging in age from 0 to at least 17
years but not routinely more than 21 years at time of admission. Must be staffed 24 hours a day by a board certified
pediatrician or board certified/board eligible pediatric intensivist either in-house or readily available by phone. Must have
the ability to provide 24 hour cardiorespiratory monitoring and mechanical ventilation of pediatric patients within the
pediatric intensive care unit. Should regularly accept transfers of patients from outside facilities into the unit.
Pediatric Patient: A patient ranging in age from 0 days to at least 17 years but not routinely more than 21 years at time of
admission.
Pediatric Transport Team: A team of health care workers with some additional pediatric training consisting of a
minimum of trained Emergency Medical Service (EMS) workers who travel with, stabilize, and manage pediatric patients
during interhospital transfer. The team may also include health care workers with more extensive pediatric training
(pediatric attending, pediatric intensive care attending, residents, nurse practitioners, nurses with various levels of training
who are experienced in caring for pediatric patients, physician assistants). Must be under the medical direction of a
pediatric provider who directly (by being physically present) or indirectly (by phone or by protocols communicated to the
team before leaving for transport) oversees the transport. Must be subject to periodic quality assurance.
Staffed Beds: The number of beds that a hospital staffs and utilizes for patients.
Transport Team: A team of health care workers that stabilizes, manages, and travels with patients during interhospital
transfer. The team may or may not be dedicated to a particular hospital or a particular inpatient unit within a hospital.
Well Baby Nursery: An inpatient unit consisting of newborns that require only routine infant care, with the exception of
phototherapy for hyperbilirubinemia, and that is utilized only post-delivery or upon transfer from the NICU.
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SECTION I.
HOSPITALS WITH
PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS
BY
BOROUGH
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BRONX LEBANON HOSPITAL CENTER – CONCOURSE PAVILION
1650 Grand Concourse ● Bronx, New York 10457 ● Main Phone #: 718.590.1800
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Ram Kairam, MD
Office Phone # :
718.960.1412
PICU Phone #: 718.518.5410
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: A. Patwardhan, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
718.518.5410 / PICU
Phone #2 / Location:
718.518.5635 / Pediatric Unit
Ask for:
Front Desk
PICU Attending
Family Practice Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Chief Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.518.5635
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 20
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.518.5635 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.518.5601
NICU Medical Director: Jing Yoon, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 40
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.518.5601 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.518.5110
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Roy Vega, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.518.5046
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Pediatric Special Services
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Hematology/Oncology
Infectious Disease
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Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Neonatology
Neurology
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours
Pediatric Residency Program:
Bronx Lebanon Pediatric Residency Program
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other:
A new pediatric pavilion with a pediatric inpatient unit
and PICU will be opening November 1st, 2008. The
number of available beds and unit phone numbers in
the new building will be the same as presented in this
Directory.
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CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT MONTEFIORE MEDICAL CENTER
HENRY AND LUCY MOSES DIVISION
3415 Bainbridge Ave at Gunhill Rd.● Bronx, New York 10467 ● Main Phone #: 718.741.2426
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Philip Ozuah, MD
Office Phone #:
718.741.2462
PICU Phone #: 718.741.2000
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 14
PICU Medical Director: Michael Ushay, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.741.2000 / PICU
Ask for:
Pediatric Critical Care Attending
Pediatric Critical Care Fellow
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.920.2967
Number of beds: 98
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.920.2967 / Admitting Office
Ask for:
Admitting Office
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.741.2150
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Jeffrey Avner, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.920.5731
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services located at Weiler Division
NICU Phone #: 718.904.4105
Number of beds: 28
NICU Medical Director: Deborah Campbell, MD
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
Cardiovascular Surgery
Endocrinology
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration (CVVH);
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Nephrology
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
Orthopedics
Neurology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
available 24 hours a day
Otolaryngology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Urology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Vascular Surgery
Rigid Bronchoscopy
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes (Weiler Division)
Obstetrics unit:
Yes (Weiler Division)
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
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JACOBI MEDICAL CENTER (HHC)
1400 Pelham Parkway South ● Bronx, New York 10461 ● Main Phone #: 718.918.5000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
William Caspe, MD
Office Phone #:
718.918.6963
PICU Phone #: 718.918.6678
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 8
PICU Medical Director: Anthony L. Palomba, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.918.6678 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
PA
PNP Provider
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.918.6545
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 33
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
917.738.0053 / Admitting Resident
Other:
Transportation not provided
Ask for:
Emergency Room Attending
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Chief Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.918.6375
Number of beds/isolettes: 25
NICU Medical Director: Jeffrey Gershel, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.918.6375 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.918.5875
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Ellen F. Crain, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.918.5875
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
Burn Treatment
Endocrinology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Hyperbaric Oxygenation
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Neurology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Urology
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
at the Jacobi Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other:
Serious burn patients are admitted to the PICU
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LINCOLN MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER (HHC)
234 East 149th Street ● Bronx, New York 10451 ● Main Phone #: 718.579.5000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Robert Leggiadro, MD
Office Phone #:
718.579.5399 / 5800
PICU Phone #: 718.579.5224 / 3
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 8
PICU Medical Director: Dora M. Alvarez, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.579.5224/3 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Other: Hospital does not have pediatric cardiac surgery or
pediatric neurosurgery services available.
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #:718.579.5365 / 6
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 32
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.579.5365/6 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.579.5053 / 33
Number of beds/isolettes: 20
NICU Medical Director: Benamanahalli Rajegouda, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # 1 / Location:
718.579.5053/33 / NICU
Phone # 2 / Location:
718.579.5000 / Neonatologist on call
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
ER Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.579.5466
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Orlando Perales, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.579.5619
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Neurosurgery;
Gastroenterology
for children 8 yrs old and up
Hematology/Oncology
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Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Otolaryngology
Neurology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Urology
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes; no cardiovascular surgical cases
Well baby nursery:
Yes; 30 bassinets
Obstetrics unit:
Yes; level III center
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to Transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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BROOKDALE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER
1 Brookdale Plaza ● Brooklyn, New York 11212 ● Main Phone #: 718.240.5000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Myron Sokal, MD
Office Phone #:
718.240.5629
PICU Phone #: 718.240.5906
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 6
PICU Medical Director: Mayank Shukla, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.240.5906 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #:718.240.5893
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 32
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.240.5893 / Pediatric Floor
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
On nights/weekends, ask for resident oncall who will contact the Attending.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #:718.240.6305
NICU Medical Director: Myron Sokal, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 30
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.240.6305 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending on service
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone # 718.240.5364
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: No Pediatric Emergency Services Director
General ED Phone #: 718.240.5363
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Hyperbaric Oxygenation
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
Urology
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby Nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics Unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to Transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
The Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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BROOKLYN HOSPITAL CENTER DOWNTOWN CAMPUS
121 Dekalb Avenue ● Brooklyn, New York 11201 ● Main Phone #: 718.250.8000
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Kenneth Bromberg, MD
Office Phone #:
718.250.6935
PICU Phone #: 718.250.8590
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 6
PICU Medical Director: Louisdon Pierre, MD; Pediatric Chief Critical Care Medicine
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
212.606.0601 / Transport Coordinating Service
Phone #2 / Location:
718.250.8590 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.250.8575
Number of beds: 26
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
212.606.0601 / Transport Coordinating Service
Phone #2 / Location:
718.250.8590 / PICU
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.250.8500
NICU Medical Director: Patrick Leblanc, MD; Chief of NICU
Number of beds/isolettes: 18
Does NOT accept transfers to the NICU
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.250.6209
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Noah Kondamudi, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.250.8075
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Hematology/Oncology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Orthopedics
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Neonatology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Nephrology
Urology
Neurology
Vascular Surgery
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
451 Clarkson Avenue ● Brooklyn, New York 11203 ● Main Phone #: 718.245.3131
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Ninad Desai, MD
Office Phone #:
718.245.4105
PICU Phone #: 718.245.7028/29/30
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 7
PICU Medical Director: Steven Piecuch, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.245.7028/29/30 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Page Pediatric Chief Resident:
917.760.0089
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.245.7033/34
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 43
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #1 / Phone Location:
917.760.0089 / Pediatric on call beeper
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Phone #2 / Phone Location:
718.245.3141 / KCHC page operator
Pediatric Chief Resident
Phone #3 / Phone Location:
718.245.3985 / Administrator on Duty;
Chief of Pediatrics
only call if unable to reach pediatrician
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.245.3617
NICU Medical Director: Sheela Laungani, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 30
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # 1 / Location:
718.613.8032 / NICU
Phone # 2 / Location:
718.245.3141 / KCHC Page Operator
Phone #3 / Location
718.245.3985 / Administrator on duty
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.245.3638
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Binita Shah, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.245.4616
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Pediatric Special Services
Emergent EEG Monitoring;
day-time only
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
Vascular Surgery; older children
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes; under 13 yrs old in PICU, over 13 yrs old in Adult SICU
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
State University of New York /Downstate Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other:
Provides ventilatory care and general cardiac care
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LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL
(CONTINUUM HEALTH PARTNERS)
339 Hicks Street ● Brooklyn, New York 11201 ● Main Phone #: 718.780.1000
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Steven Schwarz, MD
Office Phone #:
718.780.1146
PICU Phone #: 718.780.1105
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Talaat Abdelmoneim, MD; Director, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.780.1105 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.780.1141
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 25
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.780.1141 / Pediatric Floor
Ask for:
Pediatric Senior Resident
ER Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.780.1832
NICU Medical Director: Aruna Parekh, MD; Director, Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 28
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.780.1116/7 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.780.1927
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Sunil Sachdeva, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.780.1961
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration (CVVH);
Burn Treatment
Endocrinology
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Upper and Lower GI Endoscopy
Urology
Neurology
available 24 hours a day
(Diagnostic and Therapeutic)
Vascular Surgery
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes; in a disaster
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Long Island College Hospital
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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MAIMONIDES MEDICAL CENTER
4802 Tenth Avenue ● Brooklyn, New York 11219 ● Main Phone #: 718.283.6000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Steven Shelov, MD, MS
Office Phone #:
718.283.6150
PICU Phone #: 718.283.7263
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 11
PICU Medical Director: Scott Klein, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.283.7263 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.283.8224
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Hospitalist Services Director: Lindsay Douglas, MD
Number of beds: 25
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.283.8224 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Chief Resident
NICU Phone Number: 718.283.7640
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 31
NICU Medical Director: Alok Bhutada, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.283.7640 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.283.8399
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Estevan A. Garcia, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.283.7222
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Adolescent Medicine
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Cardiology
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
Neurosurgery
Endocrinology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Orthopedics
Gastroenterology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Otolaryngology
Hematology/Oncology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Urology
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Neonatology
Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)
Nephrology
Video-Assisted EEG Monitoring
Neurology
Psychiatry
Pulmonology
Rheumatology
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital has own Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Maimonides Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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NEW YORK METHODIST HOSPITAL
506 Sixth Street ● Brooklyn, New York 11215 ● Main Phone #: 718.780.3000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Pramod Narula, MD
Office Phone #:
718.780.5260
PICU Phone #: 718.780.3755
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 4
PICU Medical Director: Jane Fong, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
718.780.3755 / PICU
Phone # / Phone Location:
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Admitting
Case Management
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.780.3757
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 15
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.780.3757 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Chief Resident
Admitting
Case Management
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.780.3727
NICU Medical Director: Madhu Gudavalli, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 24
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.780.3727 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Hospitalist
Admitting
Case Management
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Robert Van Amerogen, MD
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Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.780.5025
General ED Phone #: 718.780.5040
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Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery; may not be on-site
Endocrinology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
Urology
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
2
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well-baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes (EMS team only)
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
New York Methodist Hospital
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF BROOKLYN
SUNY HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT BROOKLYN
445 Lenox Road ● Brooklyn, New York 11203 ● Main Phone #: 718.270.1000
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Stanley Fisher, MD
Office Phone #:
718.270.1625
PICU Phone #: 718.270.2806
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 6
PICU Medical Director: Stephen Wadowski, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
917.760.0089 / Pediatric Chief Resident Pager
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Other: Have available patient demographic information,
including mother’s name, address, telephone, SSN,
insurance, DOB, and medical contact
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.270.2802 (Pediatric Floor)
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 26
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
917.760.0089 / Pediatric Chief Resident Pager
Ask for:
Pediatric Chief Resident
Other: Have available patient demographic information,
including mother’s name, address, telephone, SSN,
insurance, DOB, and medical contact
NICU Phone #: 718.270.2608
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 29
NICU Medical Director: Gloria Valencia, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.270.2091 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Other: Have available patient demographic information,
including DOB, mother’s name, address, telephone,
SSN, insurance, and medical contact
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.270.8264
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Nooruddin Tejani, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.270.4580
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Pediatric Special Services, cont’d
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Orthopedics
Infectious Disease
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Otolaryngology
Neonatology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Urology
Nephrology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Vascular Surgery
Neurology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Psychiatry; only for patients 17 years
and older
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Pediatrics
Residency Program
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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BELLEVUE HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
462 First Avenue at 27th St. ● New York, New York 10016 ● Main Phone #: 212.562.4141
Pediatric Department Chair:
Benard P. Dreyer, MD
Office Phone #:
212.263.6425
Pediatric Chiefs:
Malini Patel, MD
Office Phone #:
212.263.6466
Neil Romberg, MD
PICU Phone #: 212.562.3586
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Marcelo Auslender, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.562.3025 / Pediatric ER
Ask for:
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.562.3591
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 28
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Medical Directors: Aditya Kaul, MD and Rhonda Graves, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.562.3025 / Pediatric ER
Ask for:
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Emergency Room Attending
NICU Phone #: 212.562.3776
Number of beds/isolettes: 15
NICU Medical Director: Karen Hendricks-Munez, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.562.3776 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.562.3025
Pediatric Emergency Services Medical Director: George Foltin, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.562.3015
Pediatric Ambulatory Care Services
Pediatric Clinic Phone #: 212.562.2461 / 5525
Pediatric Ambulatory Care Services Medical Director: Arthur Fierman, MD
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion
Cardiovascular Surgery
Endocrinology
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Otolaryngology
Neurology
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(CVVH) ; available 24 hours/day
Emergent Hemodialysis; available
24 hours/day
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation;
neonates only
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Psychiatry
Pediatric Special Services, cont’d
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Urology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
NYU Medical Center School of Medicine
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL CENTER
MILTON AND CARROLL PETRIE DIVISION
First Ave. at 16th Street ● New York, New York 10003 ● Main Phone #: 212-420-2000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Edward E. Conway, Jr., MD
Office Phone #:
212.844.1333
PICU Phone #: 212.420.2756
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Edward E. Conway, Jr., MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.420.2756 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Hospitalist
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.420.2946
Number of beds: 16
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.420.2946 / Pediatric Ward
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 212.420.2944
NICU Medical Director: Farrokh Shahrivar, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 31
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.420.2944 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.420.2850
Pediatric Emergency Services Co-Directors: Kumaire Etwaru, MD and Naomi Dreisinger, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.420.2540
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Ophthalmology
Hematology
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
Urology
Psychiatry
Pediatric Special Services
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Pulmonology
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to Transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; sickest pediatric patients taken to an adult stabilization
area
Pediatric Residency Program:
None
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other: Could handle: orthopedic, facial and ENT trauma; also could handle smoke inhalations who only need mechanical ventilation
and hyperbaric oxygenation. NYU provides general pediatric surgical coverage. In the event of a disaster, surgeons would be
based at NYU.
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HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
506 Lenox Avenue ● New York, New York 10037 ● Main Phone #: 212.939.1000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Vincent Hutchinson, MD
Office Phone #:
212.939.4012
PICU Phone #: 212.939.4060
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Logeswary Rajagopalan, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.939.4060 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
ER Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.939.4800
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 11
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.939.4800 / Pediatric
Ask for:
Inpatient Unit
Chief Resident’s pager:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
917.729.0331
Pediatric Senior Resident
ER Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 212.939.4850
NICU Medical Director: Catherine Hansen, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 12
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.939.4850 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.939.2240
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Fred Agre, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.939.2250
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Endocrinology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Burn Treatment
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Neonatology
Neurosurgery
Ophthalmology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Orthopedics
Otolaryngology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Urology
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Harlem Pediatric Residency Program
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
1901 First Avenue ● New York, New York 10029 ● Main Phone #: 212.423.6262
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Sarla Inamdar, MD
Office Phone #:
212.423.6228
PICU Phone #: 212.423.6158
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Mahrukh Bammji, MD; Deputy Chief
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.423.6158 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.423.6305
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 13
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.423.6305 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
NICU Phone #: 212.423.6205
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 15
NICU Medical Director: Pratibha Ankola, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.423.6205 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.423.6657
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: David Spiller, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.423.6466
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Endocrinology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Otolaryngology
Neurology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Urology
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
2
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 8a-12a; from 12a-8a, pediatric patients are
seen in the general/adult ED
Pediatric Residency Program:
New York Medical College
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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MORGAN STANLEY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
OF NEW YORK-PRESBYTERIAN
3959 Broadway (at 165th St.) ● New York, New York 10032 ● Main Phone #: 212.305.5437
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Lawrence Stanberry, MD
Office Phone #:
212.305.2934
PICU Phone #: 212.305.6591
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 41(27 PICU, 14 Cardiac ICU)
PICU Medical Director: Katherine Biagas, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
1.800.NYP.STAT / Transport Coordinating Center
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.305.5919/212.342.8500
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 100
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
1.800.NYP.STAT / Transport Coordinating Center
NICU Phone #: 212.342.8600
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 58
NICU Medical Director: David Rubenstein, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
1.800.NYP.STAT / Transport Coordinating Center
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.305.6628
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Merideth Sonnett, MD
General ED Phone #: N/A
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Allergy/Immunology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hours a day
Cardiovascular Surgery
Behavioral Health
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration (CVVH);
General Pediatric Surgery
Cardiology
GI/Liver Surgery
Emergency Medicine
Diagnostic / Interventional Radiology
Neurosurgery
Endocrinology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
available 24 hours a day
Ophthalmology
Gastroenterology/Hepatology
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hours a day
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Genetics
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
Orthopedics
Hematology/Oncology/Blood and
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Marrow Transplantation
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Infectious Disease
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Small Bowel/Liver and
Neonatology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Nephrology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Multivisceral Transplant
Urology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Vascular Surgery
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Neurology
Psychiatry
Pulmonology
Rheumatology
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes; Pediatric trauma center
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Columbia University Medical Center - Children’s Hospital
of New York
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
Columbia University Medical Center - Children’s Hospital
of New York
Other: Hospital-based pediatric burn care is provided at the NYP-Cornell Campus. Exceptions include pediatric patients who do
not need intravenous resuscitation, <10% BSA, and do not require hospitalization.
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MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL
One Gustave L. Levy Place ● New York, New York 10029 ● Main Phone #: 212.241.6500
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Fredrick Suchy, MD
Office Phone #:
212.241.6933
PICU Phone #: 212.241.8132
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 16
PICU Medical Director: Joanne Hojsak, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.241.8132 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.241.5428 (4th Floor)/212.241.5426 (5th Floor)
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 44
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
917.218.3475 / Pediatric Chief
Ask for:
Resident’s beeper
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
NICU Phone #: 212.241.5517
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Medical Director: Ian Holzman, MD; Director, NICU; Vice-Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Number of beds/incubators: 35
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.241.5517 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Neonatology Fellow
Other:
Know gestational age, history, physical exam,
diagnosis, current support.
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.241.7151
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Ari Cohen, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.241.6639
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Allergy and Immunology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Burn Treatment
Cardiology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Cardiovascular Surgery
Endocrinology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Otolaryngology
Neurology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Urology
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Mount Sinai Pediatric Residency Program
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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NEWYORK-PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL
WEILL CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER
525 East 68th Street ● New York, New York 10065 ● Main Phone #: 212.746.5454
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Gerald Loughlin, MD
Office Phone #:
212.746.3576
PICU Phone #:212.746.4111
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 20
PICU Medical Director: Bruce M. Greenwald, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
800.NYP.STAT (697.7828) / Centralized
Ask for:
Transfer Coordinating Center
Phone #2 / Location:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Critical Care Fellow
212.746.0308 / PICU
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.746.0309
Number of beds: 30
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
212.746.0309 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #2 / Location:
800.NYP.STAT (697.7828) / Centralized
Ask for:
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Chief Resident
Transfer Coordinating Center
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 212.746.0318
NICU Medical Director: Jeffrey M. Perlman, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 50
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
800.NYP.STAT (697.7828) / Centralized
Ask for:
Transfer Coordinating Center
Phone #2 / Location:
Neonatology Attending
Neonatal Fellow
212.746.0318 / NICU
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.746.3300
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Shari Platt, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.746.5400
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
Burn Treatment; Burn center that
Child Development
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration (CVVH) ;
admits pediatric patients
Endocrinology
Cardiovascular Surgery
Gastroenterology
available 24 hrs/day
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Hematology/Oncology
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
Neurosurgery
Infectious Disease
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Ophthalmology
Medical Genetics
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Hyperbaric Oxygenation
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Pediatric Special Services, cont’d
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Otolaryngology
Neurology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Pulmonary Function Testing
Vascular Surgery
Pulmonology/Allergy/Immunology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Urology
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER
540 First Avenue ● New York, New York 10016 ● Main Phone #: 212.263.7300
Pediatrics Chief:
Sol Zimmerman, MD
Office Phone #:
212.263.5513
Department Chair:
Benard Dreyer, MD
Office Phone #:
212.263.0788
PICU Phone # 212.263.5788
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 13
PICU Medical Director: Marcelo Auslender, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.263.5788 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone # 212.263.5510
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 34
Pediatric Hospitalist: Daniel Rauch, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.263.5788 / PICU
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone # 212.263.5790
NICU Medical Director: Martha C. Caprio, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 29
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.263.5790/7477 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.263.5550
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Jessica Foltin, MD
General ED Phone#: 212.263.5550
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
Cardiovascular Surgery
Endocrinology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Endoscopy
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Otolaryngology
Neurology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Urology
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center?
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma?
No
Do you have a well baby nursery?
Yes
Do you have an obstetrics unit?
Yes
Do you have your own Pediatric Transport Team?
Yes
Do you have a separate Pediatric Emergency Department?
No; pediatric patients seen in general/adult ED
Pediatric Residency Program:
New York University Department of Pediatrics
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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ST LUKE’S-ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL CENTER
ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL
1000 Tenth Avenue ● New York, New York 10019 ● Main Phone #: 212.523.4000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Farrokh Shahrivar, MD
Office Phone #:
212.523.3760
PICU Phone #: 212.636.3301
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 10
PICU Medical Director: Gilbert M. Goldman, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.636.3301 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
NO PEDIATRIC INPATIENT UNIT
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 212.523.7953
NICU Medical Director: Farrokh Shahrivar, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 22
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.523.7953 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
No Separate Pediatric ED
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Angela Tangredi, MD
General ED Phone #: 212.523.6754
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Neurosurgery
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Neonatology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes; Adult only
Level of trauma center:
2
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No; pediatric patients seen in general/adult ED
Pediatric Residency Program:
No
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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SAINT VINCENT CATHOLIC MEDICAL CENTER
ST. VINCENT’S HOSPITAL MANHATTAN
153 West 11th Street ● New York, New York 10011 ● Main Phone #: 212.604.7000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Samuel Grubman, MD (acting)
Office Phone #:
212.604.7879
PICU Phone #: 212.604.8948
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit / Pediatric Special Care Unit
Number of beds: 4
PICU Medical Director (acting): Samuel Grubman, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.604.8946 / Pediatrics Unit
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Department of Patient Access (Admitting Office)
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.604.7955
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 13
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.604.8946 / Pediatrics Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Department of Patient Access (Admitting Office)
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 212.604.7955
No Director of Pediatric Emergency Services
General ED Phone #: 212.604.8000
NICU Phone #: 212.604.8630
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 15
NICU Medical Director: Mary Marron-Corwin, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
212.604.8630 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Department of Patient Access (Admitting Office)
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology; selected cases
Flexible Bronchoscopy; for 15 years and older
General Surgery
Endocrinology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation;
Neurosurgery; selected cases
Gastroenterology
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
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Inhaled Nitric Oxide; neonatal only
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Pediatric Surgical Services, cont’d
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery;
selected cases
Orthopedics
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties, cont’d
Pediatric Special Services, cont’d
Neonatology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Neurology
Rigid Bronchoscopy; for 15 years and older
Psychiatry
Otolaryngology; selected cases
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery;
selected cases
Urology
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes; limited by patient acuity
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No; pediatric patients seen in designated pediatrics area
within the general/adult ED; limited by size
Pediatric Residency Program:
New York Medical College
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other:
Pediatric critical care services are provided by Attending
MD’s contracted through Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital
of NYPH in conjunction with Rene Chalom, MD.
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ELMHURST HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
79-01 Broadway ● Queens, New York 11373 ● Main Phone #: 718.334.4000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Melvin Gertner, MD
Office Phone #:
718.334.3375
CCA Phone #: 718.334.3412
Critical Care Area
CCA Medical Director: Luis Rodriguez, MD; Associate Director, Chief Pediatric Pulmonary and Critical Care
Number of beds: 4
Does NOT accept transfers to the CCA
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.334.3400
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 22
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
718.334.3380 / Main Pediatric Office
Phone #2 / Location:
718.334.3385 / Chief Resident Office
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.334.2995
NICU Medical Director: Roland Tayaba, MD; Chief of Neonatal Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 30
Does NOT accept transfers to the NICU
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.334.3000
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Concepcion Songco, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.334.3054
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
General Surgery
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Neonatology
Pediatric Special Services
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
2; pediatric trauma center (adult trauma center is level 1)
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No; severe pediatric traumas are transferred to a level 1
pediatric trauma center
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
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Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week; severe traumas are
usually managed in the Adult ER
Pediatric Residency Program:
Mount Sinai School of Medicine/Elmhurst
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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NEW YORK HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER OF QUEENS
56-45 Main Street ● Queens, New York 11355 ● Main Phone #: 718.670.1231
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Joseph Abularrage, MD
Office Phone #:
718.670.1033
PICU Phone #: 718.670.2035
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 5
PICU Medical Director: Joy Howell, MD, Director PICU
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.670.2035/2446 / PICU
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Other: Attending-to-Attending communication is necessary to ensure that
Other Pediatric Attending
the patient being referred can be appropriately treated at NYHQ and
PICU Resident
appropriately transported by NYHQ Paramedics. Notify PICU staff of any
PA On-call
chronic conditions. PICU unit is staffed by members of the Division of PCCM
from Weill-Cornell.
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.670.1542
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 16
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.670.1542.1772 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Director
NICU Phone #: 718.670.2007
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 14
NICU Medical Director: Harry Moreau, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.670.2007 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.670.1100
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Gregg Rusczyk, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.670.1100
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Emergent EEG Monitoring, available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Ophthalmology
Gastroenterology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation; NICU
Orthopedics
Infectious Disease
Otolaryngology
Neonatology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide; NICU patients only
Urology
Neurology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
2; adult trauma center is level 1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
New York Hospital Weill-Cornell
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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SCHNEIDER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
269-01 76th Avenue ● New Hyde Park, New York 11040 ● Main Phone #: 718.470.3000
Pediatrics Chief/Department Chair:
Mayer Sagy, MD
Office Phone #:
718.470.3330
PICU Phone #: 718.470.3350
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 20
PICU Medical Director: Peter Silver, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone #:
516.719.KIDS
Ask for:
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.470.3340
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 155
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #:
516.719.KIDS
Ask for:
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
NICU Phone #: 718.470.3380
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 44
NICU Medical Director: Denis Davidson, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone #:
516.719.KIDS
Ask for:
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.470.7640
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Joy Nagelberg, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.470.7500
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Charcoal Hemoperfusion; available 24 hrs/day
Cardiovascular Surgery
Endocrinology
Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration (CVVH);
General Surgery
Gastroenterology
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Emergent Hemodialysis; available 24 hrs/day
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neonatology
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
Orthopedics
Nephrology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Neurology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Psychiatry
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
available 24 hours a day
Urology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Vascular Surgery
Rigid Bronchoscopy
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes; pediatrics only
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes; limited by availability of space & staff (transport nurse
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; separate wing in the general ED, open 24 hours/day, 7
stays with critical ICU patients)
days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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RICHMOND UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
355 Bard Avenue ● Staten Island, New York 10310 ● Main Phone #: 718.818.1234
Department Chair:
Simon Rabinowitz, MD
Office Phone #:
718.818.4636
PICU Phone #: 718.818.4321
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 3
PICU Medical Director: Michael Marcus, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.818.4321 / Pediatric Unit
Ask for:
PICU Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.818.4320
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 23
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.818.4321 / Pediatric Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Phone #: 718.818.4310
NICU Medical Director: A. Harin, MD
Number of beds/isolettes: 18
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.818.4310 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
NICU Director
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.818.2070
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Jay Avula, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.818.2995
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
Gastroenterology
Hyperbaric Oxygenation
Hematology/Oncology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Infectious Disease
Neonatology
Nephrology
Neurology
Psychiatry
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Team able to transport Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No; pediatric patients seen in general/adult
ED, predominantly in urgicenter
Pediatric Residency Program:
St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
Other:
PICU does not have 24/7 in-house attending intensivist.
The unit is covered 24/7 by a team led by Dr. Marcus.
Because the chairman is a pediatric gastroenterologist, all
children with GI, nutritional and digestive diseases can
receive intensive care that does not include transplantation.
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STATEN ISLAND UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - NORTH
475 Seaview Avenue ● Staten Island, New York 10305 ● Main Phone #: 718.226.9000
Pediatric Chief/Department Chair:
Philip Roth, MD, PhD
Office Phone #:
718.226.9360
PICU Phone #: 718.226.8341
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Number of beds: 4
PICU Medical Director: S.P. Chan, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
718.226.8340 / PICU
Phone #2 / Location:
718.226.9350 / General Pediatric Area
Ask for:
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
PICU Attending
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.226.9350
Number of beds: 20
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone #1 / Location:
718.226.8340 / PICU
Phone #2 / Location:
718.226.9350 / General Pediatric Area
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
NICU Phone #: 718.226.9767/8664
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 11
NICU Medical Director: Philip Roth, MD; Director of Pediatrics and Neonatology
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Location:
718.226.9767 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatrics ED Phone #: 718.226.9108
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Brahim Ardolic, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.226.9140
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Adolescent Medicine
Emergent EEG Monitoring; available 24 hrs/day
Burn Treatment
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Orthopedics
Neonatology
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
Urology
Pulmonology
Vascular Surgery
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes; adult only
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Hospital Pediatric Transport Team:
No
Other Hospital Transport Team that transports Pediatric Patients:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes; open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Pediatric Residency Program:
SUNY Downstate Health Science Center
Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship:
No
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HOSPITALS WITH GENERAL
PEDIATRIC MEDICAL/SURGICAL UNITS
BY
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MONTEFIORE MEDICAL CENTER - NORTH
600 East 233 Street ● Bronx, New York 10466 ● Main Phone #: 718.920.9000
Medical Director:
Jeffrey Weiss, MD
Office Phone # :
718.920.2107
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.920.9009
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 9
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Martin Katzenstein, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.920.9009 / Pediatric Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.920.9531
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
NICU Director: Martin Katzenstein, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.920.9531 / NICU Attending
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.920.9926
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Calvin Tomkins, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.920.9177
Note: Hospital treats the critically ill and acute pediatric resuscitations in the main ED.
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology*
Cardiology*
Emergent EEG Monitoring*
General Surgery*
Endocrinology*
High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation*
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Gastroenterology*
Hyperbaric Oxygenation*
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology*
Orthopedics
Infectious Disease*
Otolaryngology
Nephrology*
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology*
Psychiatry*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
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Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – New York Medical College
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ST. BARNABAS HOSPITAL
4422 Third Avenue ● Bronx, New York 10457 ● Main Phone #: 718.960.9000
Medical Director:
Jerry Balentine, MD
Office Phone # :
718.960.9000
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.960.6276
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 18
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Helen Rhim, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.960.9000 / Operator to page
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Administrator On-Call
NICU Phone #: 718.960.3714
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Number of beds/isolettes: 15
NICU Medical Director: Lazaro Lezcano, MD
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.960.9020
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: David Listman, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.960.9105
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Gastroenterology
Orthopedics
Hematology/Oncology
Otolaryngology
Infectious Disease
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Nephrology
Pediatric Special Services
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Neurology
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – St. Barnabas Hospital
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CONEY ISLAND HOSPITAL
2601 Ocean Parkway ● Brooklyn, New York 11235 ● Main Phone #: 718.616.3000
Medical Director:
Sunil Dhuper, MD
Office Phone # :
718.616.4100
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.616.3174
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 15
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Warren Seigel, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.616.4344 / Pediatric Emergency Department
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
No NICU
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.616.4344
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Eric Schottenfeld, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.616.4377
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Note: For surgical patients, the patient must be six years of age or older and the surgeons will evaluate the acuity of the patient.
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology*
Cardiology
General Surgery*
Endocrinology*
Neurosurgery*
Gastroenterology
Ophthalmology*
Hematology/Oncology
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery*
Nephrology
Orthopedics*
Neurology*
Otolaryngology*
Psychiatry; outpatient only
Pediatric Special Services
None
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery*
Urology*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Maimonides Medical Center
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INTERFAITH MEDICAL CENTER
1545 Atlantic Avenue ● Brooklyn, New York 11238 ● Main Phone #: 718.613.4000
Medical Director:
Jochanan Weisenfruend, MD
Office Phone # :
718.613.4340
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.613.4250
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 10
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Meena LaCorte, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.613.4250 / Pediatric Floor
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric Emergency Services
General ED Phone #: 718.613.4444
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Anesthesiology
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
None
None
General Surgery*
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery*
Ophthalmology*
Orthopedics
Otolaryngology*
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery*
Urology*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
N/A
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KINGSBROOK JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
585 Schenectady Avenue ● Brooklyn, New York 11203 ● Main Phone #: 718.604.5000
Medical Director:
Hua-Chin Chen, MD
Office Phone # :
718.604.5291
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.604.5000 x7335
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 8
Pediatric Inpatient Medical Director: Hua Chin Chen, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.604.5291 / House Physician
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
718.604.5000 / Operator, ask for
House Physician
Physician on duty (off-hours and
Weekends)
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric Emergency Services
General ED Phone #: 718.518.5046
Note: Sees pediatric patients in General/Adult ED
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
None
Pediatric Non-surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Neurology
None
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
No
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WOODHULL MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
760 Broadway ● Brooklyn, New York 11206 ● Main Phone #: 718.963.8000
Medical Director:
Edward Fishkin, MD
Office Phone # :
718.963.8569
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.963.8483
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 14
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Cynthia Boakye, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.963.8485/3 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Monday-Friday, 8a-8p
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
718.963.8000 / Hospital Operator
Pediatric Senior Resident
All other times, including weekends and holidays,
Emergency Room Attending
ask for pediatric attending on-call
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.963.8514
Number of beds/isolettes: 10
NICU Medical Director: Frantz Brea, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.963.8000 / Hospital Operator
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending on-call
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.963.8430 / 8431 / 8928
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Samuel Agyare, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.963.8442
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology*
Cardiology, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
General Surgery*
Endocrinology, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery*
Hematology/Oncology, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
Orthopedics*
Nephrology, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
Otolaryngology*
Neurology, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery*
Psychiatry, for non-critical/Non-ICU Cases*
None
Urology*
Vascular Surgery*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
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Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Woodhull Pediatric Residency Program
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WYCKOFF HEIGHTS MEDICAL CENTER
374 Stockholm Street ● Brooklyn, New York 11237 ● Main Phone #: 718.963.7272
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.963.7543
Number of beds: 28
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Mohammad Mir, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.963.7543 / Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.486.4111
NICU Medical Director: Sanjivan Patel, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.486.4111 / NICU
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Other Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Wyckoff EMS
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.963.6411
Pediatric Emergency Services
General ED Phone #: 718.963.7391
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Neurosurgery
Gastroenterology
Hyperbaric Oxygenation*
Ophthalmology
Hematology/Oncology
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Orthopedics
Infectious Disease
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Otolaryngology
Nephrology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Neurology
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Neonates only
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Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Brooklyn/Wyckoff Residency Program
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NYU HOSPITAL FOR JOINT DISEASES
301 East 17th Street ● New York, New York 10003 ● Main Phone #: 212.598.6000
Medical Director:
H. Michael Belmont, MD
Office Phone # :
212.598.6518
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.598.6380
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 13
Pediatric Inpatient Medical Director: Patricia Potievien, MD
Pediatric Inpatient Administrative Director: Manali Shah
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.598.6747 / Admitting
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Medical Director
Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Pediatric Emergency Services
No Pediatric Emergency Services
Note: Pediatric patients are seen in the hospital's Immediate Orthopaedic Care Unit, which is not a 911-receiving facility
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Anesthesiology*
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Neurology*
None
Orthopedics*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes - Pediatric Orthopaedic Residency Rotation
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HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY
535 East 70th Street ● New York, New York 10021 ● Main Phone #: 212.606.1000
Medical Director:
Thomas P. Sculco, MD
Office Phone # :
212.606.1000
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.606.1303
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 18
Pediatric Inpatient Medical Directors: Roger Widmann, MD, Orthopedics
Thomas Lehman, MD, Rheumatology
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
1.877.477.1543 / Pediatric Urgent
Ask for:
Care Hotline
Pediatric Attending
Family Practice Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Centralized Transfer Coordinating Service
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric Emergency Services
No Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Anesthesiology
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Rheumatology
None
Orthopedics*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
Yes - Contact the Admitting Department
at: 212.606.1241
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Hospital for Special Surgery Pediatric
Residency Program
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MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR CANCER AND ALLIED DISEASES
1275 York Avenue ● New York, New York 10021 ● Main Phone #: 212.639.2000
Medical Director:
Robert Wittes, MD
Office Phone # :
212.639.8000
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 212.639.6911
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 36
Medical Director: Ira Dunkel, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
212.639.7876 / MSKCC Admitting Office
Ask for:
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Pediatric Attending
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric Emergency Services
No Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Note: Willing to accept pediatric transfers for the surgical and non-surgical services listed below ONLY if disease is related to
oncology or a blood disorder.
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology
Intracerebral Pressure (ICP) Monitoring*
Neurosurgery
Hematology/Oncology
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Ophthalmology
Infectious Disease
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Neurology
Orthopedics
Psychiatry
Otolaryngology
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Urology
Vascular Surgery
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes - Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
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FLUSHING HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
4500 Parsons Boulevard ● Queens, New York 11355 ● Main Phone #: 718.670.5000
Medical Director:
Susan Rapaport, MD
Office Phone # :
718.670.5535
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.670.5526
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 24
Medical Director: Susan Rapaport, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.670.5000 / Flushing Hospital Operator
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Chief Resident
Pediatric Senior Resident
Emergency Room Attending
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.670.5363
NICU Director: Lourdes Cohen, MD
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.670.5929
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Uri Vainchenker, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.670.5494
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiology*
Flexible Bronchoscopy
General Surgery
Endocrinology*
High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
Gastroenterology*
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Hematology/Oncology*
Infectious Disease*
Nephrology*
Neurology*
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Pediatric Categorical Residency, Flushing
Hospital Medical Center
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JAMAICA HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
8900 Van Wyck Expressway ● Queens, New York 11418 ● Main Phone #: 718.206.6000
Medical Director:
Susan Rapaport, MD
Office Phone # :
718.670.5535
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.670.5526
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 32
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Susan Rapaport, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.206.6000 / Jamaica Hospital
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric Senior Resident
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.206.6175
Number of beds/isolettes: 19
NICU Medical Director: Ajey Jain, MD
Does NOT accept transfers into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric ED Phone #: 718.206. 6072
Pediatric Emergency Services
Pediatric Emergency Services Director: Elliott Friedman, MD
General ED Phone #: 718.206.6066
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Anesthesiology
Cardiology*
High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation**
General Surgery
Endocrinology*
Inhaled Nitric Oxide**
Ophthalmology
Gastroenterology*
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery
Hematology/Oncology*
Otolaryngology
Infectious Disease*
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
Nephrology*
Vascular Surgery
Neurology*
**only in NICU
Psychiatry
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
Yes
Level of trauma center:
1
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
Yes – Flushing and Brookdale Medical Center
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PENINSULA HOSPITAL CENTER
51-15 Beach Channel Drive ● Queens, New York 11691 ● Main Phone #: 718.734.2000
Medical Director:
Martin Grossman, MD
Office Phone # :
718.734.2503
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.734.3157
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 14
Pediatric Inpatient Medical Director: Dr. Olawepo
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.734.2000 / Operator, pages
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Pediatric House Officer
No Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Pediatric Emergency Services
Note: Sees pediatric patients in general/adult ED
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
None
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Pediatric Special Services
Cardiology*
None
Endocrinology*
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
No
Obstetrics unit:
No
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
No
Pediatric Residency Program:
No
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QUEENS HOSPITAL CENTER (HHC)
82-68 164th Street ● Queens, New York 11432 ● Main Phone #: 718.883.3000
Medical Director:
Marcy Stein-Albert, MD
Office Phone # :
718.883.4500
Pediatric Inpatient Unit Phone #: 718.883.4545
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Number of beds: 8
Pediatric Inpatient Director: Marcy Stein-Albert, MD
To request a transfer to the Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.883.4500/4545 / Pediatrics Department
Ask for:
Pediatric Attending
Admitting Department
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Newborn Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Phone #: 718.883.3939
Number of beds/isolettes: 10
NICU Medical Director: Ivan Hand, MD
To request a transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone # / Phone Location:
718.883.3939 / Inpatient Unit
Ask for:
Neonatology Attending
Admitting Department
Pediatric Emergency Services
No Pediatric Emergency Services Director
Pediatric Services Available – Surgical, Non-Surgical, and Special Services (*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Pediatric Surgical Services
Pediatric Non-Surgical Subspecialties
Anesthesiology*, **
Cardiology*
General Surgery*
Endocrinology*
Ophthalmology*, **
Gastroenterology*
Orthopedics*, ***
Hematology/Oncology*
Otolaryngology*, **
Neurology*
Urology*, **
Psychiatry*
Pediatric Special Services
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation*
**2 years and older; ***all patients seen, surgery done elsewhere
Additional Information
State-certified trauma center:
No
Level of trauma center:
N/A
Willing to accept an emergent transfer for treatment of pediatric trauma:
No
Well baby nursery:
Yes
Obstetrics unit:
Yes
Separate Pediatric Emergency Department:
Yes
Pediatric Residency Program:
No
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SECTION III.
REFERENCE TABLES
OF
SPECIALTIES AVAILABLE
BY
HOSPITAL
*Please note: additional pediatric services that are not listed in the following reference tables (e.g. pulmonology,
allergy/immunology, etc.) may be available at some hospitals. See individual hospital pages for more detail.
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SUMMARY STATISTICS OF NYC
HOSPITALS WITH PEDIATRIC RESOURCES
Number of NYC Hospitals
Number of NYC Hospitals
WITH Pediatric In-Patient Beds
WITHOUT Pediatric In-Patient Beds
Bronx
6
5
Brooklyn
13
3
Manhattan
14
7
Queens
8
3
Staten Island
2
1
Total:
43
19
Borough
*Only one NYC PICU Hospital reported not having pediatric in-patient beds: St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center-Roosevelt
Hospital (Manhattan).
Number of NYC Hospitals
Number of NYC Pediatric Hospitals
WITH Pediatric Intensive Care Units
WITHOUT Pediatric Intensive Care Units
Bronx
4
2
Brooklyn
7
6
Manhattan
10
5
Queens
3
5
Staten Island
2
0
Total:
26
18
Borough
Number of NYC Hospitals
Borough
WITH Neonatal Intensive Care
Units
Bronx
6
Brooklyn
10
Manhattan
12
Queens
7
Staten Island
2
Total:
37
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SUMMARY STATISTICS OF NYC
HOSPITALS WITH PEDIATRIC RESOURCES, CONT’D
Pediatric General
Pediatric Intensive
Neonatal Intensive
Medical/Surgical Beds
Care Unit (PICU) Beds
Care Unit (NICU) Beds
Bronx
210
35
149
Brooklyn
278
44
219
Manhattan
374
124
313
Queens
285
29
139
Staten Island
43
7
29
Total:
1190
239
849
Borough
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TABLE OF SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY PICU HOSPITAL
Anesthesiology
Bellevue Hospital Center
Beth Israel Medical Center
Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
Burn Treatment
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Burn Center that admits
Pediatric Patients
Cardiovascular
Surgery
General
Surgery
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Neurosurgery
Ophthalmology
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Elmhurst Hospital Center
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Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
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Morgan Stanley Children's
Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
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Mt. Sinai Medical Center
New York Methodist Hospital
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NewYork-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU Langone Medical Center
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Harlem Hospital Center, New York
Jacobi Medical Center
Kings County Hospital Center
Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center
Long Island College Hospital
Maimonides Medical Center
Metropolitan Hospital Center
New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
Richmond University Medical Center
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St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital
Schneider Children's Hospital
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
Staten Island University Hospital North
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
University Hospital of Brooklyn
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New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
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TABLE OF SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY PICU HOSPITAL, CONTINUED
Bellevue Hospital Center
Beth Israel Medical Center
Oral-Maxillofacial
Surgery
Orthopedics
Otolaryngology
Plastic/Reconstructive
Surgery
Urology
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Vascular
Surgery
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Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
Elmhurst Hospital Center
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
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Morgan Stanley Children's
Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
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Mt. Sinai Medical Center
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Harlem Hospital Center, New York
Jacobi Medical Center
Kings County Hospital Center
Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center
Long Island College Hospital
Maimonides Medical Center
Metropolitan Hospital Center
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New York Methodist Hospital
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NewYork-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU Langone Medical Center
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New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
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Richmond University Medical Center
St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital
Schneider Children's Hospital
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
Staten Island University Hospital North
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
University Hospital of Brooklyn
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TABLE OF NON-SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY PICU HOSPITAL
Cardiology
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
Bellevue Hospital Center
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Beth Israel Medical Center
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Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
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Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
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Hematology/
Oncology
Infectious
Disease
Nephrology
Neurology
Psychiatry
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(Hematology only)
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Elmhurst Hospital Center
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
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Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
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Mount Sinai Hospital
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New York Methodist Hospital
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NewYork-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU Langone Medical Center
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Harlem Hospital Center
Jacobi Medical Center
Kings County Hospital Center
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Long Island College Hospital
Maimonides Medical Center
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Metropolitan Hospital Center
New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
Richmond University Medical Center
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St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital
Schneider Children's Hospital
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
Staten Island University Hospital North
Brooklyn Hospital Center Downtown Campus
University Hospital of Brooklyn
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TABLE OF OTHER PEDIATRIC SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE BY PICU HOSPITAL
Bellevue Hospital Center
Charcoal
Hemoperfusion
Continuous VenoVenous Hemofiltration
(CVVH), available 24
hrs/day
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Extracorporeal
Membrane
Oxygenation (ECMO)
Emergent EEG
Monitoring,
available 24 hrs/day
Emergent
Hemodialysis,
available 24 hrs/day
Flexible
Bronchoscopy
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Beth Israel Medical Center
Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
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Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
Elmhurst Hospital Center
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Harlem Hospital Center
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Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
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Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
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Jacobi Medical Center
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Kings County Hospital Center
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Long Island College Hospital
Maimonides Medical Center
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Metropolitan Hospital Center
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Mount Sinai Hospital
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New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
New York Methodist Hospital
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/
Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU Langone Medical Center
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Richmond University Medical Center
St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital
Schneider Children's Hospital
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St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
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Staten Island University Hospital North
Brooklyn Hospital Center Downtown Campus
University Hospital of Brooklyn
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New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
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TABLE OF OTHER PEDIATRIC SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE BY PICU HOSPITAL, CONTINUED
High Frequency Oscillatory
Ventilation
Bellevue Hospital Center
Hyperbaric
Oxygenation
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Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Intracerebral Pressure
(ICP) Monitoring
Rigid Bronchoscopy
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Beth Israel Medical Center
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
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Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
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Mount Sinai Hospital
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New York Methodist Hospital
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/
Weill Cornell Medical Center
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NYU Langone Medical Center
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Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
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Elmhurst Hospital Center
Harlem Hospital Center
Jacobi Medical Center
Kings County Hospital Center
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
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Long Island College Hospital
Maimonides Medical Center
Metropolitan Hospital Center
New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens
Richmond University Medical Center
St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital
Schneider Children's Hospital
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
Staten Island University Hospital North
Brooklyn Hospital Center Downtown Campus
University Hospital of Brooklyn
New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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TABLE OF SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY NON-PICU HOSPITAL
(*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Anesthesiology
Coney Island Hospital
Interfaith Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
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Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Montefiore Medical Center - North
Burn Center that admits
Pediatric Patients
Cardiovascular
Surgery
General
Surgery
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Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Hospital for Special Surgery
Burn Treatment
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Neurosurgery
Ophthalmology
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Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center
St. Barnabas Hospital
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
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New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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TABLE OF SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY NON-PICU HOSPITAL, CONTINUED
(*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Oral-Maxillofacial
Surgery
Orthopedics
Otolaryngology
Plastic/Reconstructive
Surgery
Urology
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Coney Island Hospital
Vascular
Surgery
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Hospital for Special Surgery
Interfaith Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
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Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
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NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Montefiore Medical Center - North
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Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center
St. Barnabas Hospital
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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TABLE OF NON-SURGICAL PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES AVAILABLE BY NON-PICU HOSPITAL
(*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Coney Island Hospital
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Cardiology
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
Hematology/
Oncology
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Infectious
Disease
Nephrology
Neurology
Psychiatry
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Hospital for Special Surgery
Interfaith Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Montefiore Medical Center - North
Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center
St. Barnabas Hospital
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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TABLE OF OTHER PEDIATRIC SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE BY NON-PICU HOSPITAL
(*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
Charcoal
Hemoperfusion
Continuous VenoVenous Hemofiltration
(CVVH), available 24
hrs/day
Extracorporeal
Membrane
Oxygenation (ECMO)
Emergent EEG
Monitoring,
available 24 hrs/day
Emergent
Hemodialysis,
available 24 hrs/day
Flexible
Bronchoscopy
Coney Island Hospital
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Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Hospital for Special Surgery
Interfaith Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
√
Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Montefiore Medical Center - North
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Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center
St. Barnabas Hospital
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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TABLE OF OTHER PEDIATRIC SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE BY NON-PICU HOSPITAL, CONTINUED
(*Accepts pediatric transfer in need of that service)
High Frequency Oscillatory
Ventilation
Hyperbaric
Oxygenation
Inhaled Nitric Oxide
Intracerebral Pressure
(ICP) Monitoring
Rigid Bronchoscopy
Coney Island Hospital
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
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√
√
√
Hospital for Special Surgery
Interfaith Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
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Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
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Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases
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NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
Montefiore Medical Center - North
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√*
Peninsula Hospital Center
Queens Hospital Center
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St. Barnabas Hospital
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
New York City Hospital Pediatric Resource Directory
Last Updated: April 2009
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