Introducing Maimonides Health

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Maimonides Health is the new name of our Brooklyn-based health system, anchored by three hospitals – Maimonides Medical Center, Maimonides Children’s Hospital, and Maimonides Midwood Community Hospital (formerly known as New York Community Hospital).

In partnership with 1,800 providers practicing at 80+ locations throughout the borough, Maimonides Health is uniquely committed to improving Brooklynites’ access to exceptional quality care. Maimonides Health includes a wide range of outpatient services, virtual and remote care offerings, our own app, and cutting-edge population health programs.

“Maimonides is on a transformational journey, expanding and evolving our clinical programs in response to the diverse needs of Brooklyn’s communities,” says Dr. Robert Press, EVP, Medical Affairs. “Maimonides Health reflects our continued growth and commitment to improving access to care, from primary and pediatric emergency care to the most specialized and innovative treatments for cancer and cardiac issues.”

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