The Medical Center serves individuals and families from every walk of life throughout New York City and beyond. The hospital’s community consists of Asian, Latino, and Jewish.
AIDS services; Allergy and Immunology; Anesthesiology; Appel-Venet Comprehensive Breast Service; Asian Services; Medicine (Dept.); Bereavement; Beth Israel ALS Center; Beth Israel Hernia Center; Beth Israel Medical Group; Betty & Morton Yarmon Stroke Center; Brief Psychotherapy Research Program; Bronchial Thermoplasty; Business Health Program; Cancer Center; Cardiac Surgery; Cardiology; Center for Blood Management and Bloodless Medicine and Surgery; Center for Endovascular Surgery; Center for Health and Healing; Chemical Dependency Services, Stuyvesant Square; Child Psychiatry; Colorectal Surgery; Craniofacial and Cleft Palate Center; Cystic Fibrosis Center; Dermatology; Digestive Diseases (Dept. of Med); Endocrine Surgery; Endocrinology and Metabolism (Div., Medicine); Epilepsy – Adults; Epilepsy – Pediatrics; Executive Health Program; Foot and Ankle Surgery; Friedman Diabetes Institute; General Medical Associates (Primary Care) (Div., Medicine); Genetics (Dept. of Pediatrics); Geriatrics (Dept. of Medicine); Hand Surgery; Head and Neck Surgery; Heart Institute; Heart Surgery; Hematology and Oncology (Div. Medicine); Heritage Initiative; Hospice; The Hospitalist Program; Hyman Newman Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery (INN); The Chris and Morton P. Hyman Patient Care Unit; Hyperhidrosis Program; Incontinence; Integrative Medicine; Interventional Neuroradiology; Israeli Health Program; Karpas Health Information Center; Latino Health Institute; Live Well New York; Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine; Lung Nodule Center; Maternity Services; Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program; Midwifery; Nephrology (Div., Medicine); Neurology; Neurosurgery; OB-GYN; Orthopedic Surgery; Ostomy Program; Pain Medicine and Palliative Care; Parent and Family Education; Patient Care Representative; Pediatric Orthopedics; Peripheral Nerve Center; Phillips Beth Israel School of Nursing; Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Primary Care; Psychiatry; Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (Div., Medicine); Radiation Oncology; Radiology; Rheumatology; Senior Health and House Calls (Dept. of Medicine); Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; Sleep Health; Speech-Language and Learning Center; Spine Institute; Sports Medicine; Stroke Centers; Stuyvesant Square Chemical Dependency Services; Surgery; Surgical Oncology; Thoracic Surgery; Thoracic Oncology; Urology; Vascular and Birthmarks Institute of New York; Vascular and Endovascular Surgery; Volunteer Program; Women's Heart NY; The Advanced Wound Healing Center
Surgery; Psychiatry; Medicine; Dermatology; Cardiology; Urology; Podiatry; Radiology; Gynecology; Neurology; Anesthesiology; Emergency Medicine; Otolaryngology; Pain Medicine and Palliative Care:
Number of hospital staff and their duties
110 full-time and voluntary surgeons representing The Department of Surgery at Beth Israel Medical Center has a mission to provide first-rate, state-of-the-art quality care to all our patients. Surgeons are required to perform comprehensive general surgery examinations. The surgeon takes a medical history and performs a detailed physical examination of the patient, then makes a diagnosis based on the information she has obtained. The surgeon develops a treatment plan specific to the patient that incorporates their findings, and modifies it as necessary. A patient who has vascular disease, for example, might require special attention to potential complications during surgery. The surgeon shares their recommendations with the patient, performs the surgery and manages the aftercare. The department consists of nearly 110 full-time and voluntary surgeons representing general surgery and all the major surgical subspecialties: Breast Cancer Surgery; Cardiac Surgery;