Welcome to NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital
If you are a physician looking to practice in a state-of-the-art Hospital in a growing community just outside New York City you will feel right at home at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital where we offer:
- State-of-the-art health care
- A thriving hospital
- Largest employer in the area
- Education and quality of life
- Close to New York City
- Growing communities
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital was listed as one of the best places to work in Westchester County by Westchester Magazine, a prestigious publication in our area. Our Hospital also remains among the top 10 percent of Hospital’s nationwide and the top 1 percent in the New York/New Jersey area when it comes to employee satisfaction, according to the most recent survey by Press Ganey. In fact, we won the organizations' 2006 and 2012 Success Story Award for employee satisfaction. We are the largest employer in the area with more than 1,100 employees. Our culture of open communication with employees and a management team that listens and responds to staff has earned this Hospital numerous awards. And we are happy to report that satisfied patients abound at the hospital with scores in the 90th percentile across the board.
Here’s some other reasons why the hospital is a great place to work.
1. Proximity to New York City
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital, located in Cortlandt Manor, next to the City of Peekskill is just a one hour ride to New York City. Major highways and public transportation make it easy to get to NYC and its art galleries, theatres on Broadway and great shopping. There is also easy access to major international and domestic airports.
2. Suburban Living At Its Best
Westchester County is one of the most attractive places to live and work. A fine transportation network, a superior quality of life, top notch education and health care systems, and a short drive to Manhattan make it highly desirable. Quaint villages and thriving urban centers offer cultural activities, museums, restaurants and historic sites.
The majestic Hudson River offers many recreational opportunities.
3. Choice Education and Real Estate
Upper Westchester offers many housing options including homes in new developments, townhouses with river views and homes with charm and character. We will help you select the right realtor to assist you. School systems are among the best suburban life can offer. Higher education offers many college choices in Westchester as well as major universities in New York City.
Who We Are
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is a fully accredited general, voluntary, not-for-profit 128-bed Hospital serving the community with high quality health care through our team of more than 350 physicians and 1,300 employees.
The Hospital was founded in 1889 by the Helping Hand Association. Today, the Hospital boasts excellent inpatient care in both medical and surgical units, a busy maternity unit, an intensive care unit, and a progressive care unit. The Hospital operates a full-service state-of-the-art, 24-hour, "no-wait" emergency department along with a state-of-the-art surgical center, laboratories, cardio-pulmonary center, and a physical therapy center.
The hospital’s services reach out to the community with our affiliates in Yorktown, Croton, Putnam Valley and Cold Spring. However, patients come from Dutchess County in the north and Orange County to the west.
The Board of Directors, made up of dedicated community citizens from the Hospital's service area, provides leadership without remuneration to maintain and expand Hospital programs offered to the community.
This combination of practical management, high technology and medical expertise enables NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital to diagnose, treat and monitor medical problems and emergencies in keeping with the highest standards possible in health care today.
The region’s only full service state-of-the-art 24-hour "no wait" emergency department. Also provides a certified stroke center to handle life-threatening emergencies. Doubled in size during the recent expansion program to 39 treatment bays, the hospital Emergency Department is the second busiest emergency service in Westchester.
A new state of the art, all digital Surgery Center was constructed as part of the hospital’s major renovation and expansion project. The Center has six operating rooms, with 14 same day bays and 10 PACU bays.
Intensive Care Unit
A 10-bed Intensive Care Unit and a family area provides around the clock care. Plans for this area include a major renovation.
Progressive Care Unit
Our Progressive Care Unit is an extension of the Intensive Care Unit and provides point of care computerized technology with 14 beds, several equipped with bariatric lifts, beds and visitor furniture.
Maternity Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Our eight bed Maternity Center as the best place to give birth in Westchester.
Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center
The John M. Zarcone Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center is an individualized program to meet the cardiac and pulmonary fitness needs of patients who have suffered a heart attack, angina, heart surgery or suffer from COPD.
Center for Rehabilitation Services
A newly constructed, state of the art, rehabilitation center provides physical therapy and occupational therapy by a team of certified professionals. Services are also located at satellite locations and The Center s a member of the Hospital for Special Surgery network.
Center for Diagnostic Imaging
State-of-the-art angiography, mammography, Digital mammography and 3-D mammorgraphy, Extra-wide MRI, PET Scanning, CT, ultrasound are just a few of the diagnostic capabilities offered. Also, iCAD (Computer Aided Detection) for a second look in the early detection of breast cancer. A Women’s Imaging Center that connects to the Ashikari Breast Center, part of the Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Cancer Center.
A Hospital-based fittness center offering personalized fitness plans and fitness and wellness classes.
Minimally Invasive Surgery Center
Physicians trained in minimally invasive procedures including single incision, laparoscopic surgeries including lung, hernia, gallbladder, reflux, sinus and orthopedic procedures.