Winthrop University Hospital
Winthrop University Hospital, Long Island's first voluntary hospital, is a major teaching hospital in Mineola, New York. The hospital, founded in 1896 by a group of local physicians and concerned citizens, is a university-affiliated medical center and Level one trauma center that offers diagnostic and therapeutic care in almost every specialty and sub-specialty of medicine and surgery. The hospital has received the “2005 Distinguished Hospital Award” for clinical excellence from HealthGrades(R).
The hospital has been serving a broad range of inpatient and outpatient programs and services to the communities of Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens counties for more than a century. It is an integrated system of facilities, including radiation oncology center, Winthrop's cancer center for kids, PET imaging center, diabetes education center, dialysis center, sleep disorders center, institute for lung care, institute for digestive disorders, institute for family care, pediatric in-patient center, institute for neurosciences, and numerous centers of special care.
As a primary teaching affiliate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine, Winthrop undertakes post-graduate training through 21 approved residencies and fellowships in a wide range of disciplines. In addition, Winthrop is also a resource for basic and clinical research.
Winthrop University Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.Address: 259 First Street , Mineola
State: New York
Number of Beds: 591
Total Staff : 4000
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