North Shore Hospital
A Level I Trauma Center, the hospital has 788 beds, and a staff of more than 3,000 specialty and subspecialty physicians. It offers advanced care in all medical and surgical specialties, including cardiovascular services, cancer care, orthopedics, maternal-fetal medicine and a full array of women's health services. In addition, the hospital offers advanced neuroscience capabilities, including the Harvey Cushing Institutes of Neuroscience. These include Movement Disorders Institute, Brain Tumor Institute, Brain Aneurysm Center, Headache Center and Spine Center as well as a state-designated stroke center. NSUH also excels in intensive care for newborn and pediatric patients.
The NSUH campus is home toIn 1990 the hospital expanded its borders beyond the current campus when The Community Hospital at Glen Cove (now Glen Cove Hospital - The Mildred and Frank Feinberg Campus) merged with North Shore University Hospital forming the North Shore Health System. The North Shore Health System continued to expand its borders to other communities on Long Island over the next several years as Franklin Hospital Medical Center (now Franklin Hospital), Central General Hospital (now ) and LaGuardia Hospital (now Forest Hills Hospital) merged with the North Shore Health System. In 1997, North Shore Health System Chairman Saul Katz, North Shore Health System CEO Jack Gallagher, Long Island Jewish(LIJ)Medical Center Chairman Roy Zuckerberg and LIJ President Dr. David Dantzker signed an agreement to merge the two largest medical centers on Long Island. The merger created the North Shore-LIJ Health System