About Your Hospital
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is a fully accredited general, voluntary, not-for-profit 128-bed Hospital and now affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the premier academic medical centers and health care systems in the world. We offer a wide range of ambulatory and inpatient services, state-of-the-art facilities and access to the 420 physicians in 62 specialties, among the finest in the New York metropolitan area, who work alongside our Magnet nurses. Ours was the first hospital in the region to achieve the Magnet designation, the highest and most prestigious credential a health care organization can achieve for nursing excellence and quality patient care.
The Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center offers all cancer-related services in one location, including radiation, infusion and support services. Highly accredited practitioners, including from ColumbiaDoctors, the faculty practice of Columbia University Medical Center, treat a complete and comprehensive array of cancers, including the lung, breast, prostate, colorectal, stomach, blood and most common cancers. Adjacent to our Cancer Center is the Ashikari Breast Center. Along with the physicians in the New York Group for Plastic Surgery, they are the experts in breast reconstruction. In January 2015, the Ashikari Breast Center at NYP/HVH received a three-year full accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Cancers (NAPBC), administered by the American College of Surgeons that recognizes the highest quality programs in the nation.
We offer free parking in our 450-space garage.
- Our No-Wait Emergency Department has earned us a reputation for being the most advanced and compassionate emergency care. Our specially trained and accredited physicians and award-winning Magnet nurses are ready to deliver quality emergency care 24-hours-a-day, 365 days a year. Leading the way, we became the first in the region to open a No-Wait ED, offering bedside registration so patients can see a medical practitioner within 10 minutes. We are also a designated stroke center.
- The Maternity Center provides mothers with top-quality, personalized care for each birth experience. Expert medical staff, plus the hospital’s Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and neonatologists are on hand for the safety and security of mother and baby. The hospital offers deliveries by obstetricians and midwives, and welcomes doulas. NYP/Hudson Valley is the only hospital in the region to be certified "Baby Friendly" by Baby Friendly USA and the World Health Organization in recognition of superior care. A program facilitated by The Maternity Center’s Lactation Consultant provides ongoing education and support. (For more information about breast-feeding education and/or to schedule a tour of the Maternity Center, call 914-734-3257.)
- Our Wound Care Center, more formally known as The Institute for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine, earned a Re-Accreditation with Distinction from the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, the nation’s leading authority on hyperbaric medicine. This speaks to the excellent level of care we provide to our patients suffering from chronic wounds, which require specialized care and sometimes hyperbaric oxygen treatments in our state-of-the-art facility. For more information call 914-734-3030.
- Comprehensive Diagnostic Imaging, Women’s Imaging and Radiation Oncology services are offered at the hospital, which recently opened a new Interventional Radiology suite with advanced technology. The Women’s Imaging Center 3-D mammography, which provides more sophisticated breast imaging and diagnostic services are also offered at satellite locations in Cold Spring, Croton-on-Hudson and Putnam Valley. For more information call 914-734-3227.
- The Centers for Rehabilitation provide physical and occupational therapies at our Cortlandt Manor campus, and PT at satellite locations in Croton-on-Hudson and Cold Spring. With advanced certifications and training, our physical and occupational therapists are highly skilled in treating a variety of conditions with a very personalized approach. Adjacent to our Cortlandt Manor rehabilitation services is The Wellness Center, a state-of-the-art fitness center which is open to the public. Exercise specialists and fitness trainers will develop an individualized plan just for you. A varied daily schedule of morning, evening and weekend classes are available. For more information call 914-526-2366.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is listed as one of the best places to work in Westchester County by Westchester Magazine, a prestigious publication in our area, and the first ever in the region to achieve the Magnet designation, the highest and most prestigious credential a health care organization can achieve for nursing excellence and quality patient care. In the past year, the hospital has been recognized by the most prestigious national and regional accreditation organizations, including:
- The Joint Commission, which named NYP/Hudson Valley Hospital as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® for 2015.
- For the second year in a row, Press Ganey recognized the hospital’s Ambulatory Surgery Team with the Guardian of Excellence Award for improving the patient experience year over year.
- A New York State- designated stroke center, NYP/Hudson Valley Hospital also achieved the highest possible designation from the American Heart Association for stroke care: the Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award for both 2015 and 2016.
- The hospital earned a re-accreditation with distinction from the Undersea Medical Hyperbaric Society for its Institute for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine.
- Additionally, NYP/Hudson Valley Hospital is a redesignated NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders) facility with “Exemplar” status, a coveted recognition from the Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing at New York University College of Nursing. As a complement to our NICHE designation, our nurses also implemented the American Orthopaedic Association’s Own the Bone® Program in 2016, to better identify, evaluate and treat patients who suffer from osteoporosis or low bone density-related fractures.