Lutheran Medical Center

Lutheran Medical Center is a full service, 468-bed academic teaching hospital that functions as the hub of the Lutheran HealthCare system. A complete range of clinical programs is offered to the multi-cultural and diverse communities of Brooklyn. These programs include a designated New York State Stroke Treatment Center, Level I Trauma Care Center, advanced, minimally invasive thoracic surgery, and state of the art endovascular surgery.

Direction

Lutheran Medical Center
150 55th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220
Tel: 718-630-7000
Website: http://www.lutheranmedicalcenter.com/

By Subway
Take the N train to 59th street. When you come up from the subway, you will be on 4th Avenue. Walk on 4th Avenue to 55th Street. Turn left on 55th Street. The main entrance to the hospital is on 55th Street, halfway between 1st and 2nd Avenues. Take the R train to 53rd Street. When you come up from the subway, you will be on 4th Avenue. Walk on 4th Avenue to 55th Street. Take a right on 55th Street. The main entrance to the hospital is on 55th Street, halfway between 1st and 2nd Avenues.

By Bus
Take the B11 bus to 55th Street and 2nd Avenue. The main entrance to the hospital is on 55th Street, halfway between 1st and 2nd Avenues. Take the B9 bus to 60th Street and 4th Avenue. Walk to 55th Street. Turn left on 55th Street. The main entrance to the hospital is on 55th Street, halfway between 1st and 2nd Avenues.

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Lenox Hill Hospital

Lenox Hill Hospital, on Manhattan's Upper East Side in New York City, is a 652-bed, acute-care hospital and a major teaching affiliate of New York University Medical Center. At this medical center the thoracic team offers the latest techniques in robotic chest surgery.

Direction

Lenox Hill Hospital
100 E 77th St, New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212-434-2000
Website: http://www.lenoxhillhospital.org/

By Subway
77th Street - Take the #6 train to 77th Street Station. 64th Street - Take the #6 local train to 68th Street Station, or take the #6 local train or #4 or #5 express train to 59th Street Station.

By Bus
77th Street - Take the M101, M102, M103 or 98 bus on Lexington Avenue (downtown) or Third Avenue (uptown). You can also use the M79 crosstown bus to Lexington Avenue. 64th Street - Take the M101 or M102 bus on Lexington Avenue (downtown) or Third Avenue (uptown) to 64th Street. Or take the M15 bus on First Avenue (uptown) or Second Avenue (downtown) to 64th Street.

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New York Methodist Hospital

The mission of New York Methodist Hospital, a member of the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, is to provide excellent healthcare services in a compassionate and humane manner to the people who live and work in Brooklyn and its surrounding areas. The Hospital is a non-sectarian, voluntary institution, which includes an acute care general facility and an extensive array of ambulatory and outpatient sites and services. New York Methodist Hospital has an historic relationship with the United Methodist Church.

Direction

New York Methodist Hospital
506 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tel: 718-780-3000
Website: http://www.nym.org/

By Subway
The closest and most direct subway route to New York Methodist is the F or G train. Take the F or G train (toward Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue for the F or toward Church Avenue for the G) to the Seventh Avenue station in Brooklyn. Exit the station at either the Seventh or Eighth Avenue end of the platform and then walk to Sixth Street. Transfers are available to the G from the D, N, or R train at the Ninth Street/Fourth Avenue station, or the A or C train at the Jay Street/Borough Hall station Transfers are available to the "F" from the D, N, or R train at the Ninth Street/Fourth Avenue station , or the A or C train at the Hoyt Street/ Schermerhorn Street station

By Bus
The following buses stop near the hospital: B61 Ninth Street bus, B63 Fifth Avenue bus, and B67/B69 Seventh Avenue bus

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Beth Israel Brooklyn (King's Highway)

Beth Israel Brooklyn is a 212-bed community hospital that offers quality medicine and surgery services to the residents of Brooklyn.

Direction

Beth Israel Brooklyn (King's Highway)
3201 Kings Highway, Brooklyn, NY 11234
Tel: 718-252-3000
Website: http://www.wehealny.org/

By Subway
The nearest subway station is the Kings Highway Station at East 16th Street (Q and B trains). From there, take the Kings Highway bus to East 32nd Street or walk (approximately 15 blocks). The Medical Center is also a short walk from the last stop on the #2 and #5 trains, at the junction of Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues. Walk south on Nostrand Avenue or take the Nostrand Avenue bus to Kings Highway.

By Bus
Take the Nostrand Avenue (B44) or Flatbush Avenue (B41) bus to Kings Highway and the Kings Highway bus (B82 or B7).

By Car
Take any major artery to Kings Highway. Proceed to East 32nd Street. Parking is available in the blocks surrounding the Medical Center and across Kings Highway.

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Beth Israel Medical Center Manhattan

Beth Israel Medical Center is the University Hospital and Manhattan Campus for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. With three major divisions located throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn, Beth Israel serves the diverse populations of New York. Beth Israel has received the highest ratings for numerous orthopedic sub-specialties from a leading hospital ratings agency, and has received their awards for excellence in orthopedic surgery and spine surgery. This location of Beth Israel Medical Center is a 1,106-bed, full-service tertiary teaching hospital that was founded on Manhattan's Lower East Side before the turn of the 20th century. Beth Israel originally was dedicated to serving a vulnerable population in that community. Now a century later, the Medical Center serves individuals and families from every walk of life throughout New York City and beyond.

Direction

Beth Israel Medical Center Manhattan
281 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003
Tel: 212-420-2000
Website: http://www.wehealny.org/

By Subway
The nearest subway station is the First Avenue Station on the 14th Street/Canarsie Line (L). The Medical Center is also a short three-block walk from the Lexington Avenue (4,5,6) and BMT (R,N) stops at Union Square Station.

By Bus
Take the First or Second Avenue routes (M15) to 17th Street or any 14th Street bus (M14) to First or Second Avenue.

By Car
Take any major artery to 14th Street. Proceed to East 14th Street and First Avenue. Take First Avenue to 17th Street. Metered parking is available. A limited number of parking spaces is available for visitors at Beth Israel's Gilman Hall Garage on 17th Street just off First Avenue. The garage is open 24 hours a day, weekdays, weekends and holidays. Parking: The Hospital provides, for a moderate fee, curbside valet parking service, weekdays, during the hours of 6:00am to 6:00pm at its main entrance. The vehicle is stored in the Hospital's parking garage on the north side of E. 17th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues (one-way, east bound) and is returned to the hospital entrance at the scheduled departure time indicated by the visitor. Additional public parking is available on the street (for a fee).

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Wyckoff Heights Medical Center

ated in an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood on the border of northern Brooklyn and western Queens, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a 350-bed teaching hospital. A dedicated staff of 1,800 physicians, nurses and support personnel care for patients representing thirty-five distinct languages and cultures.

Direction

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
374 Stockholm St, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Tel: 718-963-7272
Website: http://www.wyckoffhospital.org/

By Subway
Take the L train to DeKalb Avenue. Walk one block south to Stockholm Street.

By Bus
Take the #38 bus to DeKalb Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue or the #18 bus to Wyckoff Avenue and Stockholm Street.

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John T. Mather Memorial Hospital

Mather Hospital opened its doors on December 31, 1929 as the first not-for-profit community hospital in the Town of Brookhaven. Now Mather Hospital is a 248-bed facility with more than 12,00 inpatients annually and has Long Island's first Chest Pain Emergency Room.

Direction

John T. Mather Memorial Hospital
75 North Country Road, Port Jefferson, NY 11777
Tel: 631-473-1320
Website: http://www.matherhospital.org/

By Long Island Rail Road
Port Jefferson is the final stop on the Port Jefferson Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. Mather Hospital is located within walking distance from the Port Jefferson station. Taxi service is also available for the short trip to the Hospital.

By Car
From Long Island Expressway: Follow Long Island Expressway (L.I.E. 495) to Exit 64, Route 112 Northbound. Travel approximately 10 miles. Cross Long Island Rail Road tracks. Turn right at first traffic light onto North Country Road. Mather Hospital is directly ahead on your left. From Eastbound Northern State Parkway: Follow Northern State Parkway to the end. Follow signs to Route 347. Take Route 347 to Route 112. Turn left heading north on Route 112. Cross Long Island Rail Road tracks. Turn right at first traffic light onto North Country Road. Mather Hospital is directly ahead on your left.

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Richmond University Medical Center

Richmond University Medical Center serves their community with high-quality inpatient and outpatient services. Internationally recognized specialists direct the reproductive medicine center, and they operate a high-risk pregnancy center for women requiring special care. In addition, Richmond is equipped with a Level III Perinatal Center includes a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with one of the highest survival rates in the city.

Direction

Richmond University Medical Center
355 Bard Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10304
Tel: 718-818-1234
Website: http://www.rumcsi.org/

By Long Island Rail Road
From Manhattan and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway; follow signs to Staten Island to Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Then follow directions below: From Brooklyn: Upon leaving the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge toll plaza, take the Staten Island Expressway in the direction of New Jersey. Proceed to the Clove Road/Richmond Road exit (on the right). Exit the expressway and drive along the service road, passing two traffic lights. Stay to the right and turn onto Clove Road, just before the third light, and then get into the left lane of traffic (the right lane is a turning lane only). From Long Island (Kennedy Airport): Take Belt Parkway west to Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Then follow above directions.

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