ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL

St. Luke’s Hospital, established in 1855, is exceptionally well known for our Level 1 Trauma Center, as well as for our close relationship with the communities we care for. Serving the West Side and Upper Manhattan, St. Luke’s is an academic affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. We are a 541-bed full-service community and tertiary hospital.

From our founding, St. Luke’s has emphasized an extra measure of compassion and sensitivity. Nurses here are instrumental in continuing this close relationship with the community. St. Luke's also supports community health-focused activities. In 2010, St. Luke’s Medical Group launched its new primary care center – to bring the highest quality care to the underserved populations of Central Harlem and Morningside Heights.

In 1979, St. Luke’s merged with Roosevelt Hospital. They are two separate hospitals that are part of one medical center. Each is distinguished in its own right.

If these are things you didn’t know about St. Luke’s Hospital, we invite you to learn more about New York’s best-kept secret.

St. Luke’s Hospital Location:

  • 1111 Amsterdam Avenue at 114th Street, Manhattan
St. Luke’s Specialties Include:
  • Cardiology
  • Cardiac Care
  • Chemical Dependency Treatment
  • Comprehensive Breast Treatment Program
  • Critical/Intensive Care
  • HIV Services
  • Kidney Transplantation
  • Neurology/Neurosurgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Trauma Center
  • Weight Management
Awards and Recognition
  • IPRO Quality Award: St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals received a 2010 IPRO Quality Award for our commitment to patient-centered quality care. The award honors SLR’s implementation of our “Geriatric Inpatient Service Discharge Summary Record”.
  • Cancer Accreditation: We are a member of Continuum Cancer Centers of New York – the only hospital system in New York State with network accreditation from the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.
  • Most Wired: Recognized by Hospital & Health Networks as one of the country’s “Most Wired” hospitals in 2010, the third year in a row.
  • Bariatric Surgery Program Reaccredited: : The American College of Surgeons Bariatric Surgery Center Network Accreditation Program recently reaccredited St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals' Center for Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Disease as an ACS Level 1-A accredited bariatric center.
  • Premium Specialty Center for Orthopedic Sub-Specialties: United Health Care has named St. Luke’s-Roosevelt a Premium Specialty Center for Total Joint Replacement and Spine Surgery, recognizing our leadership in quality orthopedic care.
  • Neuro-Ophthalmology Research to Prevent Vision Loss: Mark Kupersmith, MD, chairs the Neuro-Ophthalmology Research Disease Investigator Consortium (NORDIC), which was awarded a five-year grant from the National Eye Institute of the NIH to perform prospective clinical research to prevent vision loss.
  • NiteStar—A Premier Award Finalist: The NiteStar Program at St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals was one of six finalists for the 18th annual Monroe E. Trout Premier Cares Award. Premier Inc. is an alliance of more than 200 leading not-for-profit hospitals and health systems.