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Long Island Jewish Medical Center

270-05 76th Avenue
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
Phone: (516) 470-7000
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Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park is both the clinical and academic hub of the North Shore Long Island Jewish Medical Center. LIJ’s full-time staff is comprised of over 500 physicians who supervise treatment, teaching and research programs.

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South Ocean Medical

87 S Ocean Avenue
Patchogue - 11772
(631) 569-5335
2

Melville Surgery Center

1895 Walt Whitman Road # 10
Melville - 11747
(631) 293-9700
3

Central Suffolk Physical Therapy

34 Commerce Avenue # 3
Riverhead - 11901
(631) 727-9654
4

St. Charles Hospital

200 Belle Terre Road
Port Jefferson - 11777
(631) 474-6000
5

Center For Cleft Palate

Stony Brook University Medical Center
Stony Brook - 11794
(631) 444-8167
6

South Oaks Hospital

400 Sunrise Highway
Amityville - 11701
(631) 264-4000
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

800 Veterans Highway # 200
Hauppauge - 11788
(631) 863-5100
8

De Matteis Center-Cardiac Research

101 Northern Boulivard
Greenvale - 11548
(516) 629-2000
9

North Shore University Hospital

300 Community Drive
Manhasset - 11030
(516) 562-0100
10

South Nassau Outpatient Dialysis

3618 Oceanside Road
Oceanside - 11572
(516) 255-8000