New York Presbyterian Hospital has eight separate locations with unique phone and email contact information available on its primary website, NYP.org. The branches are NYP Allen Hospital, NYP/Columbia University Medical Center, NYP Hudson Valley Hospital, NYP Lawrence Hospital, NYP Lower Manhattan Hospital, and NYP Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital.
The Allen Hospital serves the neighborhoods of northern Manhattan, the Bronx, and parts of Westchester and northern New Jersey. It provides treatment for a wide range of specialties. It is the only hospital that is entirely owned by New York Presbyterian, and was named one of the best hospitals in America by U.S. News in 2015.
The Columbia University Medical Center provides global leadership in scientific research, health and medical education, and patient care. It collaborates with both New York Presbyterian and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. It is situated on the campus of Columbia University, and accounts for nearly half of the university's $3 million budget.
Established in 1909, the Lawrence Hospital provides health care services to the Southern Westchester County area. Lawrence is particularly adept at stroke care; New York Stroke Center has identified it as a top performer in terms of speed and quality of care.
The Lower Manhattan Hospital serves the residents of Lower Manhattan. It is closely affiliated with the Weill Cornell Medical Center, a nationwide leader for clinical and medical research. It provides a comprehensive range of health care services.
U.S. News has recognized the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital as the regional leader in children's health care for nine consecutive years. On the national level, Morgan Stanley ranks among the best in the provision of every single specialty.