Liste der Krankenhäuser in New York City

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Diese Liste der Krankenhäuser in New York City sortiert die Krankenhäuser nach dem englischsprachigen Kliniknamen ein. Für 2009 nannte sie 40 – 45 Einrichtungen. Ehemalige, geschlossene Kliniken stehen in einem separaten Absatz.

Krankenhäuser in New York City[Bearbeiten]

Hauptgebäude des Beth Israel Centers, fotogr. vom Stuyvesant Square
Gebäude des Kings County Hospital
Lutheran Family Medical
St. Vincent's Hospital (Hauptportal von 1900)

Ehemalige Kliniken/Krankenhäuser in New York City[Bearbeiten]

Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn
Greenpoint Hospital
Linden General Hospital
Bronx-Lebanon Medical Center
  • Eclectic Medical Dispensary of the City of New York (1840-1870)
  • Emanuel Unity Hospital
  • Emigrant's Hospital Ward's Island
  • Evangelical Deaconess Hospital 623 Chauncey Street, Brooklyn.
  • French Hospital 330 West 30th, Manhattan.
  • Flatbush General Hospital 719 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn.
  • Floating Hospital of St. John's Guild(1875)
  • Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital, gegründet 1860; Fifth Avenue at 105th Street, Manhattan, Now Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Center
  • Fordham Hospital
  • Francis Delafield Hospital, 99 Fort Washington Ave, Manhattan.
  • German Dispensary (1840-1870)
  • Grand Central Hospital, 321 East 42nd Street, Manhattan.
  • Grant General Hospital, Willett's Point
  • Greenpoint Hospital, 300 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn
  • Halcyon Hospital, 754 Boston Post Rd, Bronx.
  • Harbor Hospital, Cropsey Avenue at 23rd Ave, Brooklyn.
  • Holy Family Hospital, gegründet 1868; 155 Dean St., Brooklyn.
  • Homoeopathic Hospital, Brooklyn (1878)
  • Hospital for the Relief of the Ruptured and Crippled, Lexington Avenue / East 42nd St(1875)
  • House of the Holy Comforter, gegründet 1800; 2751 Grand Concourse, Bronx.
  • Hospital for Contagious Diseases
  • Howard Beach General Hospital, 156-36 Cross Bay Blvd, Howard Beach, Queens
  • Inebriate Asylum(1869)
  • Interboro General Hospital, 2749 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn
  • Italian Hospital, gegründet 1937 by the Italian Hospital Society, 123 West 110th St, Manhattan
  • James Ewing Hospital
  • Jews Hospital New York, 50 Betten
  • Jewish Hospital for Chronic Diseases, gegründet 1929; E. 49th St. at Rutland Rd., Brooklyn.
  • Jewish Memorial Hospital, gegründet 1905; Broadway at West 196th St., Manhattan.
  • Kew Gardens General Hospital, 80-02 Kew Gardens Rd, Queens. Founded 1941, Geschlossen 1980er.
  • Knickerbocker Hospital, gegründet 1862; 70 Convent Av., Manhattan
  • Lebanon Hospital, gegründet 1890; Grand Concourse at Mount Eden Ave, the Bronx. 1962 zum Bronx Hospital, The Bronx.
  • Lefferts General Hospital, 460 Lefferts Av, Brooklyn
  • Le Roy Hospital, 40 East 61st St, Manhattan.
  • Linden General Hospital, 501 New Lots Av, Brooklyn
  • Lutheran Hospital of Brooklyn, East New York Ave at Junius Street, Brooklyn.
  • Madison Avenue Hospital, 30 Eats 76th Street, Manhattan.
  • Mary Immaculate Hospital - von 1902, 152-11 89th Av, Jamaica, Queens. Geschlossen März 2009.
  • McDougall Hospital beim Fort Schuyler
  • Midtown Hospital, 309 East 49th Street, Manhattan
  • Midwood Hospital, 19 Winthrop Street, Brooklyn.
  • Morrisania Hospital
  • Mount Eden Hospital, 199 East Mount Eden Avenue, the Bronx.
  • New York City Hospital, 150 Betten, Pearl St. (1864)
  • New York City - the new Woman's Hospital, Ecke Fiftieth Street / Fourth Avenue. (1876)
  • New York Ophthalmic Hospital (1868)
  • The New York Orthopaedic Dispensary (1870)
  • New York Infirmary, gegründet 1853; 321 E. 15th St., Manhattan, zusammengelegt mit dem Beth Israel.
  • The Northern DispensaryWaverly Place / Christopher Street. (1840-1870)
  • Northeastern Dispensary incorporated February 18, 1862, 100 East Fifty-ninth Street, nahe an der Third Avenue
  • Northwestern Dispensary
  • Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Hospital, gegründet 1883; 4520 Fourth Av, Brooklyn.
  • Ocean Hill Memorial Dispensary and Hospital
  • Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center - 600 E. 233rd St.; 2008 mit dem Montefiore Medical Center zusammengelegt.
  • Park Hospital (1873)
  • Park Avenue Hospital, 591 Park Ave, Manhattan.
  • Park East Hospital, 112 East 83rd St, Manhattan.
  • Park West Hospital, 170 West 76th St, Manhattan.
  • Parkchester General Hospital 1424 Parker Street, the Bronx.
  • Parkway Hospital (Manhattan), 123 West 110 Street
  • Parkway Hospital (Queens) 70-35 113th Street, Forest Hills. 1963 - 2009.
  • Parsons Hospital, zusammengelegt mit dem Flushing Hospital
  • Physicians Hospital, 34-01 73rd Street, Jackson Heights, Queens.
  • Polyclinic Hospital, 345 West 49th St, Manhattan.
  • Prospect Hospital, 730 Kelly St, Bronx.
  • Prospect Heights Hospital, gegründet 1871; 775 Washington Ave, Brooklyn.
  • Reconstruction Hospital, 395 Central Park West, Manhattan.
  • Regent Hospital, 115 East 61st St, Manhattan.
  • Roosevelt Hospital, gegründet 1871; merged in 1979 with St.Luke's Episcopal Hospital.
  • Samaritan Hospital,, gegründet 1906, 759 President St, Brooklyn.
  • Royal Hospital, 2021 Grand Concourse, Bronx.
  • Seney Hospital Brooklyn, N. Y. (ca. 190-)
  • Shore Road Hospital, 9000 Shore Rd, Brooklyn.
  • Smallpox Hospital (1872; später auch als Renwick Smallpox Hospital, Maternity and Charity Hospital Training School bezeichnet)
  • Smith's Infirmary Hospital, Staten Island, N.Y.
  • St. Ann's Maternity Hospital, 13 East 69th St, Manhattan.
  • St. Anthony's Hospital, 89-15 Woodhaven Blvd, Ozone Park.
  • St. Catherine Hospital, gegründet 1893; 133 Bushwick Av., Brooklyn
  • St. Cecilia Maternity Hospital, 484 Humboldt St, Brooklyn.
  • St. Francis Hospital, 525 East 142nd St, Bronx.
  • St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 689 Fort Washington Ave, Manhattan
  • St. Giles, 1346 President St, Brooklyn.
  • St. Francis Hospital (1840-1870)
  • St. John's Queens Hospital 90-02 Queens Blvd., Queens. Geschlossen März 2009.
  • St. John Long Island Hospital, gegründet 1890; 25-01 Jackson Av., Long Island City.
  • St. Joseph Hospital, gegründet 1905; 327 Beach 19th St, Far Rockaway, Queens.
  • St. Joseph's Hospital for Chest Diseases, gegründet 1882; Brook Av. at 143rd St., Bronx.
  • St. Luke Episcopal Hospital, gegründet 1856; 1979 zum Roosevelt Hospital.
  • St. Mary's Hospital, 1298 Saint Marks Avenue, Brooklyn. Geschlossen 2009
  • St. Peter Hospital, gegründet 1864; 380 Henry St., Brooklyn.
  • St. Vincent Midtown Hospital, früher St. Clare's Hospital and Health Center, 415 West 51st St., Manhattan. Geschlossen 2007.
  • Sister Elizabeth Maternity Hospital, 362 51st St, Brooklyn.
  • Swedish Hospital, 1350 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn.
  • Sydenham Hospital, 565 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan.
  • Terrace Heights Hospital 87-37 Palermo Street, Hollis, Queens, jetzt Holliswood Hospital.
  • The Northern Dispensary, Waverly Place / Christopher Street. (1840-1870)
  • The Demilt Dispensary (1840-1870) Second Avenue / Twenty-third Street.
  • The New York Dispensary for Diseases of the Throat and Chest (1840-1870)
  • Trafalgar Hospital, 161 East 90th St, Manhattan
  • Triboro Hospital, Jamaica, Queens
  • Union Hospital, 260 East 188th St, Bronx.
  • Unity Hospital, 1545 Saint John's Place, Brooklyn.
  • University Heights Hospital, 74 West Tremont Ave, Bronx.
  • Verplanck State Emigrant Hospital Ward's Island
  • Van Etten Hospital
  • Wadsworth Hospital, 629 West 185th St, Manhattan
  • Woman's Hospital in New York, gegründet 1855; 141 W. 109th St., Manhattan, jetzt Teil des St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center.
  • Western Dispensary for Women and Children
  • Wickersham Hospital, 133 East 58th St, Manhattan
  • The Willard Parker Hospital (ehemaliges Krankenhaus; 1897)
  • Williamsburg General Hospital, 757 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn.
  • Williamsburg Maternity Hospital
  • Whitestone Hospital, 166th St at 12th Ave, Whitestone, Queens.

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