New York

Queens Hospital Center

Queens Hospital Center (QHC), a major health care provider, has been serving the communities of south-east and central Queens for more than 100 years. QHC, officially designated as a 911 receiving hospital, is affiliated with the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

The hospital strives to offer comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in various areas of specialization, including immunology, rehabilitation, pulmonary medicine and medical/surgical care. In addition to these, the hospital has an AIDS care team that provides medical, nursing, psychiatric and social services, including AIDS/HIV counseling and testing.

QHC runs three satellite centers - Charles R. Drew Center, Queens Health Network Medical Center and South Queens Community Health Center. Located at 114-02 Guy Brewer Boulevard, South Queens Community Health Center is renowned for its award winning teenage program. It is opened to all teens aged between 13 and 19 years in need of comprehensive services, including abstinence counseling, pregnancy testing, family planning, screening and treatment, adolescent medicine, physicals, HIV/AIDS education and testing, prenatal care and social work services.

Queens Hospital Center was the first infirmary in the borough to open a school of nursing and to employ African-American nurses.

Queens Hospital Center accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.

Address: 82-68 164th Street , Jamaica
State: New York
Zip: 11432
Phone: 718-883-3000
County: Queens
Number of Beds: 200
Total Staff : 0

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