Staten Island University Hospital
Staten Island University Hospital is a tertiary care, voluntary healthcare system located in New York City’s fastest growing area. The hospital, a recognized leader in technology-based medicine, was founded in 1861. It is a member of the North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
The hospital has two locations, North Site - Seaview Avenue and South Site - Seguine Avenue. The North Site is a modern and well-equipped medical facility offering a diverse range of medical and surgical services. The hospital's South Site, located at Seguine Avenue, is a regional center for geriatric psychiatry, sleep medicine, and a range of substance abuse services.
The University Hospital features an ambulatory care pavilion, state-of-the-art ambulatory oncology center (Nalitt Institute), modern sleep medicine center, cardiac tower, observation unit, stroke unit, ventilator unit and geriatric unit, and a fully digitalized radiological imaging program.
The hospital also functions as a leading education hospital. Nursing programs, physician assistant programs, and graduate level courses in various medical fields are offered.
Staten Island University Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Staten Island University Hospital provides Teaching facilities.Address: 1050 Targee Street , Staten Island
State: New York
Number of Beds: 785
Total Staff : 0
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