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Cohen Children’s Transfusion Therapy and Iron Overload Treatment Group offers state-of-the-art care for pediatric patients with iron overload.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Center at Northwell Health Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery provides diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries caused by sudden brain trauma.
The Pediatric Urogenital Reproductive Endocrine Disorders (PURE) Program at Cohen Children’s offers expert diagnosis and care for disorders of sexual development (DSD).
The Department of Urology at Long Island Jewish Forest Hills evaluates and treats calculus disease, incontinence, congenital anomalies, genitourinary oncology (including kidney, bladder, prostate, testes and penile cancer), male factor infertility and male sexual dysfunction.
Learn more about the wide range of services offered by Northwell Health vascular surgeons.
Our Military and Veterans Liaison Services are dedicated to enhancing the well-being of our military veterans and their families through a wide range of programs, including military and veterans health services.
The Women's New Life Center at Long Island Jewish Forest Hills is a modern, comfortable facility with a friendly and caring staff dedicated to making your experience memorable.
Active women are at a higher risk than their male counterparts for certain injuries around the hips, pelvis, knees and ankles. To address your unique needs, the Women’s Sports Medicine Program at the Northwell Health Orthopaedic Institute, in conjunction with Katz Institute for Women’s Health, offers a variety of resources and programs.
Our comprehensive and individualized medical care can often heal the most difficult non-healing wounds, which compromise quality of life and threaten permanent disability and possible limb amputation.
Whether you recently began experiencing hip pain or are experiencing residual effects of a childhood hip disorder, our hip preservation specialists have the skills, knowledge and experience to help you get back on your feet and resume your active lifestyle.