Find New York County New York hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.
Bellevue Hospital Center 462 1st Avenue New York NY 10016 212-562-4141
Cabrini Medical Center 227 East 19th Street New York NY 10003 212-995-6000
Coler Goldwater Specialty Hospital & Nursing Facility 900 Main Street New York NY 10044 212-848-6000
Continuum Health Partners 555 West 57th Street New York NY 10019 212-523-5555
Gouverneur Healthcare Services 227 Madison Street New York NY 10002 212-238-7897
Gracie Square Hospital 420 East 76th Street New York NY 10021 212-988-4400
Harlem Hospital Center 506 Lenox Avenue New York NY 10037 212-939-1000
Hospital for Special Surgery 535 East 70th Street New York NY 10021 212-606-1000
Lenox Hill Hospital 100 East 77th Street New York NY 10075 212-434-2000
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 1275 York Avenue New York NY 10065 212-639-2000
Metropolitan Hospital Center 1901 1st Avenue New York NY 10029 212-423-6262
Mount Sinai Beth Israel 1st Avenue New York NY 10003 212-420-2000
Mount Sinai Hospital 1 Gustave L. Levy Place New York NY 10029 212-241-6500
Mount Sinai NYU Health 16 East 16th Street New York NY 10003 212-420-2000
NYEE Urgent Care Clinic (New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai) 218 2nd Avenue New York NY 10003 212-979-4000
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases Center for Children 301 East 17th Street New York NY 10003 212-598-6205
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation 125 Worth Street New York NY 10013
New York University Cancer Institute 160 East 34th Street New York NY 10016 212-731-5001
New York University Med Center: Hilz Max J MD 550 1st Avenue New York NY 10016 212-263-7300
New York VA Medical Center 423 East 23rd Street New York NY 10010 212-686-7500
The Emergency Treatment and Labor Act gives individuals the right to emergency care regardless of their ability to pay. Nevertheless, Hospital staff will ask for insurance information, if possible, upon a patient's arrival. Hospitals are not obligated to treat uninsured patients that are not experiencing an emergency.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act entitles all patients to have access to their medical records. Most Hospitals will require an authorization form and picture identification before releasing medical records. In rare cases, a Hospital may withhold certain information, such as psychotherapy notes.
Hospitals develop a list of charges for each of the Hospital's procedures and supplies. The list, referred to as the Chargemaster, covers thousands of items and forms the basis for billing patients and third party payers.