Children's Ambulatory Care Center

160 East 32nd Street
New York, NY 10016
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NYU Langone Medical Center has always been committed to the good health of the children in our community and beyond.

Since 1885 when we opened the first babies’ ward in the country, up to the present day, we have been at the forefront of medicine, patient care, education, and research in all areas of pediatrics.

This new children’s care center at 160 East 32nd Street in New York City is the next step toward building the NYU Children’s Hospital—the Hospital with a Heart— a special place that integrates the full range of extraordinary advances in medicine being made on the NYU Medical Center campus.

This is the place

This new child-friendly, family-centered space includes:

  • Team-based pediatric medicine under one roof—cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, nephrology, gastroenterology, orthopedic oncology, and more
  • Holistic approach to care emphasizing lifelong wellness through music and art therapy, nutrition, and exercise and relaxation techniques such as yoga, Reiki, and guided imagery
  • Integration with the Stephen D. Hassenfeld Childen’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, one of the nation’s premier treatment centers for pediatric cancer and blood diseases
  • Audiology, echocardiology, and other diagnostic labs
  • Family Health Resource Center, staffed with a librarian to assist families

These are the people

The finest and most dedicated pediatric physicians who

  • Focus on promoting health and wellness for patients from birth to adulthood
  • Provide personalized and compassionate care for each child
  • Develop the latest advances for the care of children
  • Teach at the forefront of pediatric medicine
  • Understand our youngest patients and engage the entire family
  • Nurture the whole child while treating the illness

Now is the moment

The Laurence D. and Lori Weider Fink Children’s Ambulatory Care Center is the cornerstone of the new NYU Children’s Hospital and the Campaign for Children’s Health, which focus on enhancing the care and well-being of children in the 21st century.