Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Trump Pavilion, Jamaica Hospital Nursing Home
The James and Sarah Brady Institute for Traumatic Brain Injury
Level I Trauma Center
Woman’s Health Center
Family Practice Center
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Chemical Dependency Unit
Wound Care Center
Infant Apnea Unit
Established in 1891 in a rented four-bedroom home in Jamaica, Queens, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center’s growth has been remarkable. Through commitment to our mission and collaboration with community residents, businesses and other groups we have strengthened and expanded the hospital’s services.
Founded in 1884 by a group of community minded women who set up a room with one bed in a rented house, Flushing Hospital Medical Center (FHMC) today is a 293-bed voluntary, not-for-profit teaching hospital. The medical center, located in the city's most culturally diverse borough, has served the health care needs of the community for more than a century, and has, over the years, become a solid and vital part of the infrastructure of the city itself.
Jamaica Hospital Nursing Home was built in 1975 . Originally a 204-bed facility, Jamaica Hospital Nursing Home has built its reputation, from the very beginning, as one of the finest nursing and rehabilitation centers in Queens.
The inpatient coma recovery and Traumatic Brain Injury unit (TBI) is a 20- bed facility. The unit opened in 1994 as one of the first facilities for brain injury in NYC and was named after James Brady and his wife Sarah. Mr. Brady, former White House Press Secretary for Ronald Reagan, suffered a severe brain injury in 1981 after receiving a gunshot wound to the head. He continued his job at the White House and exemplifies the kind of recovery The Brady Institute hopes to inspire.
The MediSys Family Care Centers make up a part of our Ambulatory Care Strategy. Providing primary and specialty care right in the neighborhood, they provide hundreds of thousands with critically necessary, medical services.
Our professional staff consists of licensed and certified psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals.
After therapy at ACP, people feel better about themselves and their lives. You and your family can feel the same.
We provide professional counseling to: Adults, Young Children and Adolescents as well as the Elderly.
January 12th 2023
MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER AND MEDISYS HEALTH NETWORK ANNOUNCE NEW COLLABORATION TO ENHANCE CANCER CARE IN QUEENS
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) and MediSys Health Network (Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and Flushing Hospital Medical Center) today announced a new collaboration that will expand access to world-class cancer care for the people of Queens and eastern Brooklyn. Aligning MSK’s unique expertise and specialized cancer care with the deep community integration and acute care knowledge of MediSys Health Network, the collaboration is positioned to make a true difference in the lives of thousands of New Yorkers. Read more about MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER AND MEDISYS HEALTH NETWORK ANNOUNCE NEW COLLABORATION TO ENHANCE CANCER CARE IN QUEENS […]
December 15th 2022
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center announced the opening of its new pediatric ophthalmology center. Construction of the state-of-the-art facility and the purchase of equipment was made possible thanks to a generous donation of $1 million from Maspeth Federal Savings, one of New York City’s strongest community banks. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Announces The Opening Of Its New, State-Of-The-Art Pediatric Eye Center[…]
December 8th 2022
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center First Hospital in Queens to Utilize Ceribell Rapid Response Technology
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is the first hospital in Queens to utilize the most advanced technology to detect and diagnose seizure activity for critically ill patients to ensure they receive the most appropriate treatment as quickly as possible. Millions of Americans live with seizures, which are defined as sudden, uncontrolled electrical disturbances in the brain. Seizures may occur after a stroke, a head injury, an infection such as meningitis or another illness. They can take on many different forms and affect different people in different ways, and in some cases, may not generate any physical symptoms. Seizures can cause changes in behavior, movements or feelings, and in levels of consciousness. If untreated, seizures can have a lasting negative effect on brain function. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Medical Center First Hospital in Queens to Utilize Ceribell Rapid Response Technology[…]
September 27th 2022
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is proud to introduce the innovative Mako SmartRobotics surgical platform to our Department of Orthopedic Surgery. This state-of-the-art advancement in joint replacement surgery transforms the way total knee, partial knee and total hip replacements are performed, resulting in better outcomes for our patients. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Now Offers The Mako SmartRobotics Surgical Platform […]
June 9th 2022
Jamaica Hospital Signs M.O.U. With Members of The NYC Crisis Management System King of Kings, Life Camp, Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services- Rock Safe Streets To Address Gun Violence Epidemic In Our Community
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, firearm violence is a serious public health problem. About 124 people in the U.S. die each day from firearm-related injuries. Gun violence also affects the mental health of patients, their loved ones, and healthcare providers. Studies also show that residents living in neighborhoods with high rates of gun violence are more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders and other mental health illnesses. To address this public health crisis, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is making meaningful change by collaborating with local members of the NYC Crisis Management System King of Kings, Life Camp, and Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services- Rock Safe Streets as part of its commitment to end gun violence in our community. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Signs M.O.U. With Members of The NYC Crisis Management System King of Kings, Life Camp, Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services- Rock Safe Streets To Address Gun Violence Epidemic In Our Community[…]
March 11th 2022
On February 17, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the formation of his administration’s COVID-19 Recovery Roundtable and Health Equity Task Force. This task force was created to advise the administration on long-term, comprehensive policies around health equity and health access. Read more about MediSys Health Network CEO Named to the Mayor’s Health Equity Task Force[…]
March 8th 2022
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center has once again earned multiple, top-ranking Healthgrades awards for 2022, classifying the network as a nationally recognized, high-performing healthcare organization. Healthgrades is a leading online resource committed to delivering the most scientifically accurate and comprehensive information about doctors and hospitals. To assess overall hospital performance, the company reviews outcomes across more than 31 of the most common medical procedures and conditions. Recipients of Healthgrades awards have consistently delivered better than expected outcomes for their patients. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Receives Top Honors in Healthgrades 2022 Awards[…]
November 11th 2021
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center announced that it will be opening its new, ultra-modern, orthopedic surgery center on November 11, 2021. The 4,800 square foot center was created to provide a patient-centered environment to treat members of the community living with a variety of adult and pediatric orthopedic issues including fractures, injuries of the upper extremity (hands, wrists, fingers, elbows), arthritis, sports-related injuries, and more. The center features eight exam rooms, two consultation rooms, a state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging room, and other amenities, all designed with the comfort of patients in mind. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Opens New, State-Of-The-Art Orthopedic Surgery Center[…]
June 3rd 2021
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is proud to receive Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence (DICOE) designation from the American College of Radiology (ACR). To receive this elite distinction, facilities must be accredited by the ACR in all modalities they provide, and in which the ACR offers an accreditation program. Another requirement is participation in the Dose Index Registry® and General Radiology Improvement Database, as well as Image Wisely® and Image Gently® pledges. All of which are initiatives promoted by the ACR to ensure the delivery of safe, high-quality, and effective imaging care to patients. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Receives Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence Designation[…]
March 31st 2021
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center neurosurgeons were the first ever in Queens to perform a life-saving cerebrovascular operation. The surgical team led by Dr. Mohsen Nouri and Dr. Amrit Chiluwal successfully completed what is known as a cerebral artery bypass, an extremely delicate and complex procedure used to treat patients experiencing a narrowing or blockage of an artery that supplies blood to the brain. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Neurosurgeons Perform First Ever Cerebral Bypass Operation in Queens[…]
March 19th 2021
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is the proud recipient of the Healthgrades 2021 America's 250 Best Hospitals award. This premier distinction is only given to hospitals that rank in the top 5% in the nation for overall clinical excellence. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Ranked Among 2021’s Best Hospitals In America[…]
November 11th 2020
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens is delivering an innovative integrative care model for recovering coronavirus patients. The hospital’s Post-COVID Care Center is going beyond routine medical evaluation to identify the underlying aspects of a patient’s life that may be affecting their recovery. During the initial evaluation, physicians are analyzing the broad range of symptoms that COVID-19 “long-hauler” patients are living with and promoting healing through an individualized, whole-person approach. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Medical Center Uses Novel Integrative Health Approach for Post-COVID Care[…]
September 18th 2020
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, most health authorities were operating under the belief that the virus, while extremely dangerous for some, was a short-term illness. Most young, healthy individuals who tested positive for the coronavirus were told to expect to sustain a variety of symptoms that could last anywhere from two to six weeks. Now however, doctors are seeing a growing number of patients who are enduring lingering symptoms for an extended period of time. These patients are now being referred to as “Long Haulers.” Read more about MediSys Health Network Announces Opening of Community Post-COVID Care Center […]
September 14th 2020
Healthgrades, a leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and health systems, recently announced their 2020 list of Women’s Care Awards recipients and this year Jamaica Hospital Medical Center was among the hospitals honored for the superior care offered to women during gynecological procedures. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Receives 2020 Women's Care Awards[…]
March 12th 2020
On March 11, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center received confirmation from the NYC DOH that one of our patients tested positive for COVID-19. This is the first confirmed case at our hospital. As a hospital in close proximity to JFK Airport and one that treats an ethnically diverse population, Jamaica Hospital has a great deal of experience treating a variety of contagious diseases Read more about Jamaica Hospital Confirms First Case of COVID-19[…]
March 5th 2020
There are over 5,000 hospitals in the United States, so to be listed as one of the top 250 in the country is quite an accomplishment. Healthgrades, a leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and health systems, announced its list of America’s 250 Best Hospitals for 2020 and Jamaica Hospital Medical Center was one of only a select few in New York City to be recognized. Read more about Jamaica Hospital Makes America's 250 Best Hospitals List[…]