Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, also known as German Hospital of Brooklyn, is a modern, voluntary teaching institution in Brooklyn, New York. It was established in 1889, by the Plattdeutsche Volkvest Verein, an organization of German immigrants.
The hospital is strives to provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in various areas of specialization, including rehabilitation medicine, pain management cardiac diagnostic services, bone marrow and stem cell transplantation, radiation oncology, dental medicine, neurosurgery, endoscopy testing and treatment services, bone densitometry, and molecular medicine.
To reach out to the public, the hospital offers mobile healthcare services, network of full-time and part-time clinics, and special outreach programs, including asthma awareness program, diabetes center of excellence, the prenatal care assistance program, and the women, infants and children's program.
Wyckoff also serves as the hub to a number of community-based ambulatory centers spread throughout Queens and Brooklyn. It is an academic affiliate of the world-renowned Weill Medical College of Cornell University and offers a number of accredited residency training programs.
The medical center is a member of the New York Presbyterian Health Care System and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center provides Teaching facilities.Address: 374 Stockholm Street , Brooklyn
State: New York
Number of Beds: 355
Total Staff : 0
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