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What are the Continuum Cardiovascular Centers of New York?

The Continuum Cardiovascular Centers of New York were created in 2012 to expand the cardiac and vascular services offered at Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital, and Roosevelt Hospital.

The driving force behind the development of the Continuum Cardiovascular Centers of New York is our commitment to excellence. A well-developed integrated clinical care system combines the world's most innovative physicians, researchers, educators, and professional staff. By adding, expanding and upgrading our facilities, the Continuum Cardiovascular Centers will provide the most cutting-edge, patient-oriented, compassionate care in the region.

The first milestone occurred in October 2012: the opening of the Al-Sabah Arrhythmia Institute. This world-class electrophysiology facility is being directed by leaders in the management of complex arrhythmias and ablation therapy. The Institute is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that enhances both patient experience and outcomes.

What Does This Mean For You, The Patient?

As a patient in a cardiovascular program at Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital or Roosevelt Hospital, you will not notice a change in your day-to-day routine with your physician. However, you will benefit by having access to a larger team team of health care specialists who are committed to making your fight against heart disease as comfortable and effortless as possible for you and your family. This team includes expert cardiologists, interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, as well as nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other health care professionals.

Continuum Cardiovascular Centers of New York Locations

There are multiple cardiovascular offices throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. Below is a list of the main sites. For information on additional sites affiliated with Beth Israel Medical Center, please visit BiHeartInstitute.org.

Manhattan – West Side

Roosevelt Hospital
1000 10th Avenue

Roosevelt Hospital – Brodsky Building
425 West 59th Street

St. Luke's Hospital
1111 Amsterdam Avenue

125th Street Campus
374 West 125th Street

Manhattan – East Side

Beth Israel Medical Center
1st Avenue at 16th Street

Beth Israel Medical Center
Phillips Ambulatory Care Center
10 Union Square East, Suite 2A

Beth Israel Brooklyn
3201 Kings Highway

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