St Vincent's Catholic Medical Centers
St Vincent's Catholic Medical Centers (SVCMC) is one of the leading health care systems in New York metropolitan area. It was established by merging Catholic medical centers of Brooklyn and Queens, Saint Vincent’s Hospital, Medical Center of New York, and the Sisters of Charity Healthcare in Staten Island. This busy community care system cares nearly 600,000 people annually.
SVCMC, sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Sisters of Charity of New York, consists of seven hospitals - Bayley Seton in Staten Island, Mary Immaculate in Queens, St John's Queens, St Vincent's Manhattan, St Vincent's Staten Island, and St Vincent's Westchester, four skilled nursing facilities, a system-wide home care agency, a hospice, and over 60 ambulatory care sites.
The staff comprises of more than 3000 physicians. They are dedicated to providing quality and comprehensive services in behavioral health, orthopaedic surgery, cardiovascular disease, cancer and AIDS. Some of the key services offered include medical and surgical care, asthma care, contagious diseases, diabetes, and heart health and stroke.
SVCMC also functions as an academic medical center of New York Medical College in New York City. The system undertakes residency and fellowship programs in various areas of graduate medical education. In addition, it also provides training in an entire spectrum of allied health.
St Vincent's Catholic Medical Centers accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.
St Vincent's Catholic Medical Centers provides Teaching facilities.Address: 153 West 11th Street , New York City
State: New York
Number of Beds: 0
Total Staff : 0
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