At NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital, our doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals use a team approach to provide the highest level of care to people from New York City and around the world. We want our patients and their families to feel comfortable, safe, and well cared for during their stay. In recognition of this commitment to providing the highest-quality care, we have received The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® and achieved Magnet® recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
At Tisch Hospital, we have more than 300 beds for people who need inpatient care. We also have 66 state-of-the-art operating rooms, an advanced critical care unit, and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for our tiniest patients. We are also home to the Comprehensive Stroke Center and Ronald O. Perelman Center for Emergency Services, where our emergency medicine specialists provide advanced care for adults and children.
My Stay: Welcome to Tisch Hospital
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More than 5,500 babies are born each year at Tisch Hospital. We are certified by The Joint Commission for excellence in perinatal care, and have earned the Baby-Friendly designation from Baby-Friendly USA in recognition of our care and support for people who breastfeed and their babies. After giving birth, our patients stay in a private room in our family care suite with their newborn. This room, which has sleeping space for one guest, allows for a private, relaxed experience for recovering after delivery.
Opened in 1963 as University Hospital, our facility was renamed Tisch Hospital in 1989 in recognition of two prominent and generous benefactors—brothers Laurence A. and Preston Robert Tisch.
Our nurses and social workers help ease your transition from the hospital to home.
Get holistic solutions for handling the mental and physical stress of illness.
Our classes help you prepare for childbirth, breastfeeding, and parenthood.
Have your prescriptions ready for pickup when you leave the hospital.
If you’re dealing with a serious or life-limiting illness, your comfort is our priority.
We ensure patients are transported safely to or within NYU Langone facilities.
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Guests are encouraged to visit loved ones during their hospital stay.
Free Wi-Fi is available to patients and visitors.
NYU Langone campuses, buildings, and exterior spaces are tobacco-free, including electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and all other smoking devices. Smoking or the use of smoking devices is not permitted anywhere at NYU Langone, including your room.