Harlem Hospital Center is a 286-bed hospital that provides a broad array of preventive, primary and acute care services including general medicine and medical subspecialties, general surgery and surgical subspecialties, infectious diseases, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics and neonatology, critical care, imaging, radiology and nuclear medicine, rehabilitation medicine, psychiatry and substance abuse services, dental and oral surgery, physical, speech and occupational therapies.
We are an Area-Wide Burn Center and Level I Trauma, with Centers of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery, Breast Imaging and Sexual Assault Forensics, a designated Stroke and AIDS Center, a World Health Organization’s UNICEF Designated Baby Friendly Hospital and a member of America’s Essential Hospitals Safety Net Hospitals.
NYC Health + Hospitals Announces New Leadership Appointments Dr. Ram Raju announced the appointment of four leaders chosen to help guide the health care system to support its Vision 2020 goals. Read more
Doc Prescribes Fruit & Veggies for Alaijah Twelve-year-old Alaijah always reached for a bag of chips as an afternoon snack. That changed when she received a prescription for fruit and vegetables from her doctor at Harlem Hospital. Patient Story
The New Harlem Hospital Mayor Bloomberg marks the completion of the main construction phase of one of the largest major public hospital modernization projects in the city at the opening of new Mural Pavilion. Read more
Awards and Accomplishments Harlem Hospital Center has received national recognition as a Bariatric Center of Excellence and a Baby Friendly Hospital. In addition, Harlem Hospital Center has expanded its reach to the Islamic community with the opening of the Medina Clinic. Read more
Women’s Health Services Our Women’s Health Service provides comprehensive coordinated care for all women. We are committed to the prevention and treatment of illness. Read more
Hip Hop Public Health Education Center The Hip Hop Public Health Education Center at Harlem Hospital was established in response to a need to create innovative and culturally tailored health literacy programs for the Harlem community. Read more