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Healthcare Equality Index 2013
America's Best Hospitals 2014-15

America's Best Hospitals 2014-15

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Serving Our Community

Charity and Uninsured Care

Charity and Uninsured Care Lenox Hill Hospital and the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Institute are committed to rendering care to patients regardless of their ability to pay for part or all of essential medical care.
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Important Phone Numbers

Important Phone Numbers Your health and safety is important to us. If you or someone you love is the victim of abuse, criminal activities, or endanger of becoming homeless, these resources can help.

These services are not run by Lenox Hill Hospital. These numbers are provided to you as a resource.

Homeless Hotline (24 hours)

1-800-994-6494

Protective Services for Adults

212-630-1853

Child Abuse Hotline (24 hours)

1-800-635-1522

Crime Victims Hotline (24 hours)

212-577-7777

Elder Crime Victims Resource Center
(for people 60+)

212-442-3103

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events Find out about upcoming health seminars, lectures, screenings and support groups sponsored by Lenox Hill Hospital and the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Institute.
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Community Service Plan

Bloord Pressure Screening Lenox Hill Hospital has a longstanding commitment to serving the community and employs a variety of health interventions in a broad range of areas.  A New York State requirement for hospitals includes submitting a Community Service Plan that focuses on 2-3 health issues that affect our local community. 

The Community Service Plan outlines our programs and goals for the years 2010-2013 to address two of the health issues that are deeply affecting our community (based on statistics provided by the NYC Department of Health): falls in the elderly and unsafe drinking practices in both the elderly and college-aged youth.  These topic areas represent only a portion of the hospital’s community health outreach initiatives. 

You can view our Community Service Plan here.

To request a copy of the full report or to learn about other community outreach activities please contact:

Jennifer Levy
Health Education Coordinator 
212-434-2047