Over a century of excellent service

Since 1911, Maimonides has been a cornerstone of the Brooklyn community and is the largest hospital in Brooklyn. Over the last century, we’ve become a world-class care center and a vital part of New York City. From the 1st heart transplant in the U.S. to the 1st hospital-based Clinical Simulation Center in the Northeast, we are on the cutting edge of innovation.

A culture of innovation

We commit to continuous innovation by working with new medical technology and embracing a culture of teamwork within our disciplines. Our experienced team of board-certified doctors and clinicians adheres to rigorous protocols for patient safety so we can provide the best care for you and your loved ones. The American Hospital Association has recognized Maimonides for implementing advanced computer technology to reduce the risk of errors for more than 2 decades.

Maimonides continues to pioneer some of the most sophisticated procedures in medicine. We recognized early on that investing in technology would dramatically improve patient care, reduce errors, and accelerate decision-making. Read more about some of our historic achievements.

Clinical excellence

Along with a strong history of innovation, we are dedicated to providing exceptional, comprehensive care to our Brooklyn community and beyond.

Our centers of excellence

Brooklyn’s only comprehensive Children’s Hospital

Maimonides Children’s Hospital is the only recognized pediatric program with a full array of pediatric subspecialties in Brooklyn. (Children’s Hospital Association)

We’re also Brooklyn’s only Pediatric Trauma Center. (New York State Department of Health)

Obstetrics and Gynecology—the safest obstetrics and newborn care

We are a New York State-designated Regional Perinatal Center, accepting high-risk maternity patients, because of our proven track record for patient safety in Obstetrics and Neonatology. Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is among the safest in the nation. (Vermont Oxford Network)

The Stella and Joseph Payson Birthing Center is one of the busiest birthing centers in New York State. (New York State Department of Health)

Bone and Joint—exceptional orthopedics and spine treatment

Maimonides is home to the most advanced team of orthopedic specialists in the region at our Bone and Joint Center; plus, we’re Brooklyn’s only Comprehensive Spine Center. We also manage pain for patients in ways that minimize the risk of opioid addiction.

Heart and Vascular— among the best in the country

The Maimonides Heart and Vascular Institute is a national leader in heart and vascular excellence, innovation, and outstanding patient outcomes.

Our world-class specialists are renowned experts in all subspecialties of cardiology, and cardiothoracic and vascular surgery. We offer the most advanced techniques for diagnosing and treating all types of cardiovascular disorders.

Maimonides Cancer Center—outstanding achievements in cancer care

The nationally recognized, award winning Maimonides Cancer Center is recognized for excellence and is the first fully accredited cancer center in Brooklyn.

Our comprehensive center is home to New York’s top cancer specialists, with a fully accredited Breast Center, Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, and Prostate Center offering latest minimally invasive approaches such as HIFU.

Stroke and Neurosciences—critical stroke care available 24/7

For 14 years in a row, the American Heart Association has given Maimonides its highest recognition for quality and safety for our Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center. Our team of Neuroscience experts includes the full array of subspecialists, including neurologists, neurosurgeons, and interventional neuroradiologists. The Jaffe Comprehensive Stroke Center offers cutting-edge treatment techniques and new hope for stroke victims.

Our population health initiatives

About the Department of Population Health

The Maimonides Department of Population Health aims to improve the well-being of the Brooklyn community by transforming the healthcare system and developing processes that support health and social services organizations.

Brooklyn Health Home

Brooklyn Health Home

The Brooklyn Health Home coordinates medical and behavioral healthcare services for New York State Medicaid patients by connecting qualifying individuals with physical and behavioral health concerns to care management services. It is built on the foundation of a successful program developed at Maimonides, along with many community-based organizations with funding provided by New York State.

Brooklyn Communities Collaborative

Brooklyn Communities Collaborative (BCC) is a not-for-profit based in Brooklyn that works with local institutions and stakeholders to address longstanding health inequities in the borough. BCC was founded in 2019 with the goal of leveraging the financial power of anchor institutions and community resources to address the economic factors that improve the social determinants of health – whether it’s supporting housing stability, advancing economic empowerment, expanding care management services, or strengthening CBOs in the area.

Community Care of Brooklyn IPA

Community Care of Brooklyn IPA (CCB IPA) is an integrated network of health and social services partners committed to improving the health and well-being of diverse communities across Brooklyn, keeping care local wherever and whenever possible. CCB IPA negotiates value-based payment contracts on behalf of its network, and earns shared savings which are then distributed to partners and reinvested in infrastructure. CCB IPA’s network includes hospitals, FQHCs, behavioral health providers and more than 450 primary care providers working across 75 sites with PCMH recognition, together responsible for managing care for more than 100,000 individuals.

Community Care of Brooklyn

Community Care Brooklyn

Community Care of Brooklyn (CCB) is a network of over 1,000 health and social service organizations working together to improve the health and well-being of over 600,000 Medicaid beneficiaries in Brooklyn under New York State’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program, which ended in 2019.

Our Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE) Geriatric Unit provides an interdisciplinary approach to care for older patients, helping to ease their hospitalization

Community Services at Maimonides

Community Health Needs Assessment

Maimonides conducts regular community health assessments to inform the community services that our organization delivers. Through the assessment process, we gather input from community-based organizations, local residents, and primary care providers, in addition to analyzing public health data. Every 3 years, Maimonides publishes a Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Service Plan which aligns with the New York State Department of Health Prevention Agenda priorities. This report is approved by our Board of Trustees and filed with the New York State Department of Health. By conducting and releasing this report, we strive to better Brooklyn.

Read the current Maimonides Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Service Plan.

Paper copies of these documents are available for inspection upon request. Please contact Michael Schwarz, Director, Strategic Initiatives & Analytics, at [email protected] or (718) 283-2823.

Ambulatory health network

Maimonides’ network of ambulatory health centers brings primary care services into neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn. These health centers serve the community and are tailored to meet the healthcare needs of the local neighborhoods.

Mental health services

Our Community Mental Health Center staff provides mental health services to our neighbors on a daily basis. After the September 11th tragedy, we offered support and help to individuals and families dealing with the loss of loved ones and community members. We continue that support today.

Code of mutual respect

Maimonides believes that everyone must be treated in a dignified, respectful manner at all times in order for high-quality healthcare to be accomplished. We uphold the principles outlined in the Maimonides Medical Center By-Laws and Corporate Compliance Program Code of Conduct.

We recognize the interdependence amongst healthcare providers in the rapidly changing healthcare environment. The Code of Mutual Respect acknowledges that the ability to deliver high-quality healthcare and success in the marketplace depends in large part upon all healthcare providers communicating well, collaborating effectively, and working as a team to optimize and monitor outcomes.

Maimonides further acknowledges that there are many participants in the process of effective healthcare, including patients, their families, physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, hospital staff, students, vendors, consultants, and volunteers.

Maimonides—committed to clinical excellence and patient comfort

Maimonides is an independent teaching hospital at the forefront of innovative medicine. Our patient-centered approach to care is embodied throughout our staff, the hospital, and our renowned centers of excellence.

Our physicians are not only highly trained professionals but are caring individuals who recognize that your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being are affected by medical issues. Our expert team combines compassionate care and advanced treatments to provide you with exceptional care.

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