NYU Langone Medical Center's Hospitals

NYU Hospitals Center

NYU Hospitals Center offers significant opportunities for achieving your career goals. Our hospitals — Tisch Hospital and Rusk Rehabilitation — have been granted Magnet® recognition for nursing excellence, as well as accreditation by The Joint Commission with its Gold Seal of Approval. Our newest addition, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, will begin a new era of children’s health care in New York. Join us now at one of these renowned facilities:

Tisch Hospital

As our flagship hospital, 700+ bed Tisch Hospital draws patients from the community and around the world. Our facility provides a continuity of care for its patients with an outstanding array of resources. Highlights include:

  • The new Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine, complete with 40 patient care treatment spaces and a dedicated pediatrics space.
  • 66 operating rooms
  • 32-bed state-of-the art Critical Care Unit
  • Yung Hsia Women’s Pavilion
  • EP suite for cardiac arrhythmia
  • Dedicated pediatric areas
  • Maternity and Neo-Natal Intensive Care Units

Rusk Rehabilitation

Rusk Rehabilitation has been ranked the best rehabilitation program in New York and one of the top ten in the country since 1989, when U.S. News & World Report introduced its annual “Best Hospitals” rankings. Rusk is among the most renowned centers of its kind for the treatment of adults and children with disabilities—home to innovations and advances that have set the standard in rehabilitation care for every stage of life of life and every phase of recovery.

Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital

At NYU Hospitals Center, babies, children, adolescents and young adults receive the most comprehensive and advanced care provided by a team of pediatric subspecialists across the spectrum of medical and surgical disciplines. Our doctors are leaders in their fields and offer medical and surgical evaluation and care for simple or complex childhood conditions, in both outpatient and inpatient settings.

With more than 150 full-time pediatric subspecialists, as well as pediatric nurses, child life specialists, social workers, patient advocates and other allied health professionals, and devoted volunteers, we are uniquely equipped to provide innovative subspecialty care in a highly personalized manner.

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