New York Hospital Queens, a member of the New York Presbyterian Network is a 519-bed major teaching hospital with a full array of services and programs. The GI unit is a new, state of the art facility, which consists of five fully equipped procedure rooms with high definition Olympus and Fujinon processors, flat screen video monitors and provision for all GI procedures.
Advanced technology in the GI unit includes: Spyglass Choledochoscopy, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Fujinon Double Balloon Enteroscopy, Given Imaging Pillcam, Avantis Third Eye Retroscope, Sierra Scientific Manometry, Bravo R PH monitoring, Barryx Halo Ablation and a full array of advanced equipment to perform biliary and enteral stenting, dilation, polypectomy, papillotomy, EMR, APC ablation and hemostasis. All procedures including images and video clips are recorded in an Eletronic Medical Record-Endosoft. Database functions allow for clinical and research study and review.
Inpatient facilities at New York Hospital Queens include
state-of-the-art ICUs and patient care units. Radiology
facilities including MRI, CT, angiography, nuclear medicine, PET scan as
well as traditional fluoroscopic and X ray studies. Electronic order
entry and medical records are provided by Eclipsys.
The outpatient clinic facilities include modern, multi-room clinics, nearby. Once a week general gastroenterology and hepatology clinics are conducted on these premises with faculty supervision. Conference rooms are available for case reviews, didactics and discussions.
Liver Transplant rotations for third year fellows takes place at New York Presbyterian Hospital.