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Good Samaritan Hospital
Address: 255 Lafayette Ave., Suffern, NY 10901
Phone: (845) 368-5000
Web Site: http://www.goodsamhosp.org
Serving Rockland, Orange and Northern Bergen Counties
Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, New York, is a non-profit, 370-bed hospital providing emergency, medical, surgical, obstetrical / gynecological and acute care services to residents of Rockland and southern Orange Counties in New York; and northern Bergen County, New Jersey. The hospital also serves these communities as an Area Level II Trauma Center.
Good Samaritan Hospital provides regional specialty services, including comprehensive cancer treatment services; cardiac care programs which include an active cardiac catheterization laboratory; electrophysiology studies; maternal/child services, including a high level II special care nursery and the Children's Diagnostic Center, which utilizes the services of pediatric subspecialists from Westchester County Medical Center. The hospital also provides social, psychiatric and substance abuse services for the area and kidney dialysis services through its Frank and Fannie Weiss Renal Center. Good Samaritan Hospital Certified Home Care Agency provides home health care services.
Address: 160 North Midland Ave Nyack, New York 10960
Phone: (845) 348-2000
Web Site: http://www.nyackhospital.org
Nyack Hospital is a 375-bed community acute care medical and surgical hospital located in Rockland County, NY, about 20 miles north of New York City. Founded in 1895, it is a member of NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System and an Affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. A medical staff of more than 650 physicians oversees an array of key services including:
Herbert and Edythe Kurz Pediatric Emergency Department
The Union State Bank Cancer Center
The Women’s Diagnostic & Wellness Center
The Edythe Kurz Center for Sleep Medicine
Helen Hayes Hospital
Address: Route 9W, West Haverstraw NY, 10993
Phone: (845) 786-4225
Toll Free: 1-888-70-REHAB (73422)
Web Site: http://www.helenhayeshospital.org
Helen Hayes Hospital is one of the nation's leading specialty hospitals, offering innovative care and treatment to people with physical disabilities and chronic disabling diseases.
Founded in 1900, the physical rehabilitation hospital is beautifully situated just 35 minutes north of New York City, overlooking the Hudson River. It offers the highest quality of care and treatment in a warm and inviting atmosphere The Helen Hayes Hospital Osteoporosis Center provides a full scope of services in the prevention, identification and treatment of osteoporosis. Drawing on our cutting-edge research, the expertise of a diverse team of specialists, the high quality of our bone density measurement program, and the unparalleled depth and range of services available within the physical rehabilitation hospital, the Center is well equipped to help individuals build and maintain healthy bones and recuperate from disabling fractures. What sets the Osteoporosis Center at Helen Hayes Hospital apart is its imprehensive approach to care.
Hudson Valley Hospital Center
Web Site: http://hvhc.org
Address: 1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567
Hudson Valley Hospital Center is a fully accredited general, voluntary, not-for-profit 128-bed Hospital serving the community with high quality health care through our team of more than 350 physicians and 906 employees.
The Hospital was founded in 1889 by the Helping Hand Association. Today, the Hospital boasts excellent inpatient care in both medical and surgical units, a busy maternity unit, an intensive care unit, and a progressive care unit. The Hospital operates a full-service state-of-the-art 24-hour "no-wait" emergency department which is located in the Wagner Pavilion, along with a state-of-the-art surgical center, laboratories, cardio-pulmonary center, and a physical therapy center.
Our health care services reach out to the community with our affiliates in Yorktown, Croton, Mahopac, Putnam Valley, Montrose, Cold Spring and Hopewell.