One of the major hospitals on Long Island, Winthrop University Hospital was first founded in 1896 as Nassau Hospital…More in West Hempstead before moving to Mineola in 1900.
The hospital has been at the forefront of healthcare on Long Island, opening the area's first social services department, cardiac research laboratory, the first regional diabetes education center and the first to offer same-day surgery.
Winthrop is also the site of Long Island's regional poison control center, and its cardiac surgery program has been ranked as one of the top in New York State.
While still considered one hospital, several of Winthrop's offices and specific care centers are spread out in the surrounding area among different buildings. The entrance to the six-story main building is on First Street, while the emergency room and ambulatory entrance is around the corner on Second Street.
An independent network, Winthrop's affiliates include Massapequa General Hospital and Mid-Island Hospital.
Winthrop University Hospital: Division of Nephrology 200 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Located just a few blocks south of Winthrop University Hospital, the Division of Nephrology offers a convenient location…More for patients. The Division of Nephrology has six doctors available by appointment.
Winthrop-University Hospital: Division of Oncology and Hematolog 200 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 The Division of Oncology and Hematology at Winthrop-University Hospital is a full-service center catering to the needs…More of those dealing with illnesses. Focusing on cancer, tumors and blood disorders, associates are concerned with providing the best care possible to patients. Dr. Harry Staszewski is the chief at the division.
The Sleep Disorders Center (SDC) at Winthrop University Hospital researches and and treats sleep disorders. Staffed…More by board-certified sleep physicians and technicians, SDC offers multiple approaches and methods toward sleep issues, including narcolepsy, sleep apnea and insomnia.
Gress, Frank M.D. 222 Station Plz N, Mineola, NY11501 Dr. Frank Gess is a gastroenterologist at Winthrop University Hospital. For more information or to schedule an…More appointment, please call the number provided.
Malcolm Gottesman, MD 200 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Dr. Malcolm Gottesman is a neurologist who practices at Winthrop University Hospital. He received his medical…More degree from Albany Medical College.