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Long Island Hospitals

From flu shots to emergency treatments – it is important to know what hospitals are in your community so that you are able to get the best medical treatment available for you, and your family. There are many specialty hospitals located on Long Island that treat specific ailments, such as cardiac problems, cancers, and adolescent treatments, as well as multiple standard emergency hospitals. Long Island is home to many world renowned hospitals in various fields of medicine, and you can be sure you are in the best hands possible. It is always good to know the medical treatment facilities in your area – and be prepared for unplanned visits and medical emergencies.

Brookhaven Memorial Hospice

105 W Main Street in Patchogue
(631) 687-2960

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital

101 Hospital Road in Patchogue

Cancer Center For Kids

120 Mineola Boulivard # 460 in Mineola
(516) 663-9400

Center For Cleft Palate

Stony Brook University Medical Center in Stony Brook
(631) 444-8167

Central Suffolk Physical Therapy

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

Cohen Children's Medical Center

269-01 76th Avenue in New Hyde Park
(718) 470-3000

Day-OP Center Of Long Island

110 Willis Avenue in Mineola
(516) 294-0030

De Matteis Center-Cardiac Research

101 Northern Boulivard in Greenvale
(516) 629-2000

Dolan Family Health Center

284 Pulaski Road in Greenlawn
(631) 425-5250

Eastern Long Island Hospital

201 Manor Place in Greenport
(631) 477-1000

Franklin Hospital Medical Center

900 Franklin Avenue in Valley Stream

Gastro Care

210 E Sunrise Highway # 304 in Valley Stream
(516) 825-8484

Glen Cove Hospital

101 Saint Andrews Lane in Glen Cove
(516) 674-7300

Good Samaritan Medical Center

1000 Montauk Highway in West Islip
(631) 376-4444

Good Samaritan Pediatric Spec

655 Deer Park Avenue in Babylon
(631) 321-2100

Huntington Hospital

270 Park Avenue in Huntington
(631) 351-2000

John T. Mather Memorial Hospital

75 North Country Road in Port Jefferson
(631) 473-1320

Long Beach Medical Center

455 E Bay Drive in Long Beach
(516) 897-1000

Long Island Jewish Medical Center

270-05 76th Avenue in New Hyde Park
(516) 470-7000

Manhasset Ambulatory Pavilion

1554 Northern Boulivard in Manhasset
(516) 365-1145

Mather Hospital Wound Care Center

5225 Nesconset Highway # 12 in Port Jefferson Station
(631) 474-4590

Melville Surgery Center

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

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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

Mercy Medical Center

1000 North Village Avenue in Rockville Centre
(516) 705-2525

MJHS - Metropolitan Jewish Hospice

1736 Bay Boulevard in Atlantic Beach
1 (855) 692-5058

Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center

59 Southern Boulivard # 1 in Nesconset
(631) 659-1700

Nassau University Medical Center

2201 Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow
(516) 572-0123

New York Hospital Queens

56-45 Main Street in Flushing
(718) 670-2000

North Shore Surgi-Center

989 W Jericho Turnpike in Smithtown
(631) 864-7100

North Shore University Hospital

300 Community Drive in Manhasset
(516) 562-0100

North Shore University Hospital

300 Community Drive in Manhasset
(516) 562-0100

North Shore University Hospital Gynecology Oncology

300 Community Drive # 10 in Manhasset
(516) 562-4438

Peconic Bay Medical Center

1300 Roanoke Avenue in Riverhead
(631) 548-6000

Pilgrim Psychiatric Center

998 Crooked Hill Road in Brentwood
(631) 761-3500

Plainview Hospital

888 Old Country Road in Plainview
(516) 719-3000

Quannacut Addiction Service

814 Harrison Avenue in Riverhead
(631) 369-8966

Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center

197 Half Hollow Road in Dix Hills
(631) 673-7758

Southampton Hospital

240 Meeting House Ln in Southampton
(631) 726-8200

South Nassau Communities Hospital

1 Healthy Way in Oceanside
(516) 632-3000

South Nassau Community Hospital Smart Center

440 Merrick Road # 2 in Oceanside
(516) 255-8200

South Nassau Outpatient Dialysis

3618 Oceanside Road in Oceanside
(516) 255-8000

South Oaks Hospital

400 Sunrise Highway in Amityville
(631) 264-4000

South Ocean Medical

87 S Ocean Avenue in Patchogue
(631) 569-5335

Southside Hospital

301 E Main Street in Bay Shore
(631) 968-3000

Stars Rehabilitation

801 Merrick Avenue in East Meadow
(516) 393-8900

St. Catherine Of Siena Medical Center

50 Route 25A in Smithtown
(631) 862-3000

St. Charles Hospital

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

St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center

100 Port Washington Boulevard in Roslyn
(516) 562-6000

St. Joseph's Hospital

4295 Hempstead Turnpike in Bethpage
(516) 569-6000

Stony Brook University Medical Center

101 Nicolls Road in Stony Brook
(631) 444-4000

Syosset Hospital

221 Jericho Turnpike in Syosset
(516) 496-6500

The Center for Bariatric Surgical Specialites

221 Jericho Turnpike in Syosset
(516) 714-5431

VA Hospital Clinic

1425 Old Country Road in Plainview
(516) 694-6008

VA Medical Center-Northport

79 Middleville Road in Northport
(631) 261-4400

Winthrop-University Hospital

259 1st Street in Mineola
(516) 663-0333

Winthrop University Hospital Nuclear Medicine Division

259 1st Street in Mineola
(516) 663-2778
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