Departmental Reports

  • NYU Langone Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery 2015 Year in Review

    Neurology & Neurosurgery 2015 Year in Review

    Collaborative Care: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights the extraordinary impact of collaborative neurological care.

  • NYU Langone Cardiac & Vascular Institute 2015 Year in Review

    Cardiac & Vascular Institute 2015 Year in Review

    Leading the Way: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our contributions to advancing the field of cardiovascular medicine.

  • NYU Langone Urology 2015 Year in Review

    Urology 2015 Year in Review

    Extraordinary Advances for Patients: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our commitment to advance urological healthcare delivery, research, and education.

  • Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone 2015 Year in Review

    Perlmutter Cancer Center 2015 Year in Review

    Bold, Pioneering, Innovative: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our advances in shaping the future of cancer care.

  • NYU Langone Department of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery 2015 Year in Review

    Otolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery 2015 Year in Review

    Comprehensive, Translational, Multidisciplinary: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our work to better understand and treat complex diseases, such as respiratory papillomatosis, severe high-frequency hearing loss, and neurofibromatosis (NF).

  • NYU Langone Division of Gastroenterology & GI Surgery 2015 Year in Review

    Gastroenterology & GI Surgery 2015 Year in Review

    Transformative, Multidisciplinary, Pioneering: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our advances in care for patients with complex GI conditions.

  • NYU Langone Department of Psychiatry 2015 Year in Review

    Psychiatry 2015 Year in Review

    State-of-the-Art Psychiatric Care for Complex Conditions: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights new research and clinical programs aimed at improving diagnosis and treatment of some of the most complex adult and child psychiatric conditions.

  • NYU Langone Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 2015 Quality & Outcomes Report

    Orthopaedic Surgery 2015 Quality & Outcomes Report

    Improving Outcomes and Advancing Patient Safety: Our 2015 Quality and Outcomes Report highlights our commitment to quality and patient safety.

  • Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone 2015 Year in Review

    Rusk Rehabilitation 2015 Year in Review

    Translational Clinical Care: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights our leadership role in advancing physical medicine and rehabilitation in the changing healthcare landscape.

  • NYU Langone Division of Rheumatology 2015 Year in Review

    Rheumatology 2015 Year in Review

    Translational Research: Foundations for Cutting-Edge Care: Our 2015 Year in Review highlights key research findings in autoimmunity and inflammation that are helping transform care for individuals with rheumatologic conditions.

  • NYU Langone Urology 2014 Year in Review

    Urology 2014 Year in Review

    Innovations in Genitourinary Imaging, Treatment, and Research: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our team’s extraordinary advances for patients.

  • NYU Langone Rusk Rehabilitation 2014 Year in Review

    Rusk Rehabilitation 2014 Year in Review

    Adapting to Meet the Needs of Patients: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our mission to provide efficient, effective care in a changing healthcare environment.

  • NYU Langone Rheumatology 2014 Year in Review

    Rheumatology 2014 Year in Review

    Integration, Personalization, and Collaboration: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our continued push toward truly integrated and personalized medicine.

  • NYU Langone Psychiatry 2014 Year in Review

    Psychiatry 2014 Year in Review

    Leading Best Practices in Multiple Psychiatric Subspecialties: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our new and more effective pathways for diagnosis and treatment.

  • NYU Langone Otolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Otolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Evidence-Based Insights, Innovation, and Restoration: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights the treatment and research expertise of our specialized centers.

  • NYU Langone Orthopaedic Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Orthopaedic Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Analyzing Outcomes, Advancing Care: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our growth in surgical procedures and new, innovative treatment approaches.

  • NYU Langone Neurology & Neurosurgery 2014 Year in Review

    Neurology & Neurosurgery 2014 Year in Review

    Exciting Collaborations, Marked Growth in Neurologic Care: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our significant growth in patient care and innovative programs.

  • NYU Langone Gastroenterology & GI Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Gastroenterology & GI Surgery 2014 Year in Review

    Advancing Research, Options, Tools, and Techniques: Our 2014 Year in Review includes the implementation of more effective options in screening, prevention, and diagnosis.

  • NYU Langone Cardiac & Vascular Institute 2014 Year in Review

    Cardiac & Vascular Institute 2014 Year in Review

    Advancing the Treatment of Complex Cardiovascular Disease: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our expertise in challenging areas of cardiac and vascular care.

  • The Cancer Institute at NYU Langone 2012/2013 Report

    The Cancer Institute at NYU Langone 2012/2013 Report

    The Cancer Institute at NYU Langone Medical Center fosters a culture of excellence, commitment, and discovery and aims to eradicate the personal and societal burden of cancer through connections between science and the community. In this report, we highlight our approach to routine and complex cases including: a focus on neuro-oncology and our brain tumor program; the impact of daily health choices; advanced molecular diagnostics; radiation therapy and immunology; supportive care for the whole patient; and teaming up to outwit pancreatic adenocarcinoma.

  • Quality & Outcomes 2012 Report of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

    Quality & Outcomes 2012 Report of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

    Quality, patient safety, patient experience. In our Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, these aren’t broad-stroke initiatives—they are measurable, quantifiable, and concrete. This Department publication presents data on quality and performance metrics such as procedure volumes, patient satisfaction, hospital-acquired conditions, and length of stay, among others.

  • Quality 2012 Report of the Department of Radiology

    Quality 2012 Report of the Department of Radiology

    Quality. Safety. Innovation. Our model of patient-centered care includes a highly focused program of process improvement along with the ongoing investment in the technology and resources necessary to sustain success. This report focuses on just a few of our recent initiatives.

  • Department of Surgery 2012 Report

    Department of Surgery 2012 Report

    Over the past several years, the Department of Surgery has recruited some of the country’s top talented, skilled surgeons. But the expansion is about much more than mere numbers; to be recognized as a top-flight surgical program requires excellence in many areas. The 2012 Department of Surgery Report provides a glimpse of just a few of our recent accomplishments and introduces some of the newest members of our team.

  • NYU Cancer Institute Report 2010/2011

    NYU Cancer Institute Report 2010/2011

    THUMBPRINTS, MATCHMAKING, THREAD, DOMINOES, FLOWERS & TRICYCLES. What do they have in common? Through a series of creative metaphors, the NYU Cancer Institute 2010/2011 Report illustrates how our collaborative research programs are unified in support of a common goal: eliminating the burden of cancer.

  • NYU Cancer Institute Report 2009

    NYU Cancer Institute Report 2009

    Taking On Cancer: Outside In Inside Out. Explore recent highlights of our NCI-designated Cancer Center including several inspiring stories on: Embracing Diversity, Fighting Disparity, The Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine, New Drug Targets, A Doctor in the Making: The Interdisciplinary Melanoma Cooperative Group, and the Fight Against Locally Advanced Breast Cancer.