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Minimally invasive weight loss surgery.
Cancer care with compassion and expertise.
Complete services to fight heart disease.
Supporting children and adolescents.
For common as well as complex skin conditions.
Advanced ENT specialty care.
Dedicated solely to treating headache pain.
Advanced care for neurological disorders.
Women's reproductive and perinatal care.
Treatment for bone and muscular injuries.
Programs to restore mobility and function.
Helping people change their lives.
For breathing disorders and lung diseases.
High quality, state-of-the-art care.
Our surgeons practice superior medicine.
Compassionate care for urological conditions.
Find a wide variety of health services.
Learn about the wide range of emergency services we provide.
We offer comprehensive services for rapid evaluation and treatment.
We offer a full range of internal medicine and geriatric services.
Offering support to communities in need of medical assistance.
Personalized, integrated treatment by a comprehensive group practice.
We have support groups for patients, caregivers, and crime victims.
Empowering survivors of sexual abuse, violence, and crime.
Community Outreach Service
We appreciate every gift, no matter how large or small.
Help ensure a safe, stable blood supply for our patients.
Our volunteers take pride in making a difference for others.
St. Luke's Hospital welcomes family members during visiting hours or by arrangement
Whether you share your time, donate money, or give blood, you'll be making a positive difference in your community.
Sports injuries often occur in the ankle, knee, elbow, and shoulder, and fall into two basic categories: overuse injuries, caused by a series of small injuries to the same area of the body; and acute injuries, caused by sudden trauma. Sports injuries can range from upper extremity injuries such as shoulder separation or dislocation, rotator cuff tears and elbow tendonitis (tennis elbow), to lower extremity injuries such as a torn ACL, damaged cartilage, or a torn achilles tendon. Prompt treatment can often prevent a minor injury from becoming worse or causing permanent damage.Injuries such as strains or sprains can usually be treated with rest, medication, and physical therapy. For injuries that require surgery, our orthopedic surgeons specialize in minimally invasive methods such as arthroscopic surgery to repair the damage, resulting in less trauma and a quicker recovery time for you. Most arthroscopic surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis.
St. Luke's Hospital
1111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
St. Luke’s Hospital1111 Amsterdam AvenueNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-4000