Thank you for your support of NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens! Gifts to the hospital provide a direct benefit to our patients, who come here for the expertise of world class physicians, right here in Queens.
As a continuously growing hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens has many areas that can benefit from your support. Regardless of where you direct your support, your gift will truly make a difference.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens relies on its dedicated community of doctors, employees, patients, visitors, Queens residents and administrators to help facilitate continued excellence. You can make a donation to the hospital to support the purchase of state-of-the-art technology, building and renovation of our hospital, recruitment and education programs for a staff of world class doctors, nurses and employees, and so much more.
The NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens Annual Gala benefitting the Emergency Department was held at Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Tuesday, November 15. Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception followed by a deluxe buffet dinner reception and awards program. Proceeds supported ongoing and critical upgrades to our Emergency Department.
Research on antibacterial and antiviral agents is conducted through the Infectious Diseases Research Laboratory (antibiotic mechanisms and resistance) and the Special Care Clinic (anti-HIV therapeutic agents). The fully accredited Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens was established in 1988 by James J. Rahal, M.D., Director, until his passing in 2011. Through the research laboratory, infectious diseases fellows are prepared for clinical investigation of problems in pathogenesis, diagnosis, epidemiology and treatment of human infectious diseases. To make a donation to this fund or to make a donation in memory of James J. Rahal, M.D. - click here.
In memory of his lifelong passion for teaching, the Dr. William C. Cooper NYP/Queens Eye Center Education Fund was established. Dr. Cooper was a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens’ medical staff for more than 17 years, prior to his retirement in the fall of 2010. He was the first Director of the Queens Eye Center and was instrumental in modernizing and expanding the NYP/Queens Eye Center services. He also served as Professor of Ophthalmology at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Click here to donate to the Dr. William C. Cooper Eye Center Education Fund.
Palliative care is high quality, multidimensional care for patients who are seriously ill, and their families. Palliative care can be provided together with curative treatments (in appropriate situations). Our team believes in forming a partnership between patients, families, doctors and nurses, with the Patient being the center of care. Our goal is to help patients feel better by treating pain and distressing symptoms, and to improve quality of life for both patients AND families. Palliative care is provided by a team of doctors, nurses, social workers, and other specialists who work with a patient’s other doctors to provide an extra layer of support. We are grateful for gifts that help us enhance educational efforts at multiple fronts, including medical, nursing, interdisciplinary, and public education. Click here to donate to the Palliative Care Education Fund.
You can also give to Honor a Doctor or Nurse whose services you would like to recognize. Your gift of any amount will open new doors in outstanding patient care, research, clinical education and community outreach at NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens. Click here to honor a doctor or nurse.
You can also give back to the hospital and the community by becoming a volunteer and helping patients, doctors and hospital staff. Expand your knowledge base by learning about everything from business models to medical interpreting. Volunteering opportunities are available for high school and college students as well as adults.
Another way to volunteer is to join the Women’s Auxiliary, an organization that raises funds for programs that benefit the hospital and the health of the community through sponsoring events and services.
Become an Organ Donor
Enroll to become an organ donor and literally make the difference between like and death for one of the 90,000 people every year who need an organ transplant, or one of the 700,000 to 800,000 people who need a tissue transplant. By enrolling in the Donate Life Registry, you give legal consent for the recovery of your organs and tissues for the purposes of transplantation and/or research at the time of your death.