Maimonides Midwood Community Hospital is a 134-bed, non-profit acute care hospital located in the Midwood and Madison Park section of Brooklyn. The hospital has joined a clinical partnership with Maimonides Medical Center to provide the highest level of care for patients in the communities we serve.
Founded in 1929 by physician brothers Albert and Dudley Fritz, New York Community Hospital—then known as Madison Park Hospital—has gone through many changes over the years to meet the needs of our ever-growing, dynamic and diverse community. Today, as in the past, the hospital prides itself in providing the highest quality and safe healthcare with compassion, respect and dignity to all our patients and to the community. With expanded facilities, state-of-the-art medical technology and a patient-centered approach to care, we continue to meet this goal.
Maimonides Health is Brooklyn’s largest healthcare system, serving over 250,000 patients each year through the system’s 3 hospitals, 1800 physicians and more than 80 community-based practices and outpatient centers. The system is anchored by Maimonides Medical Center, one of the nation’s largest independent teaching hospitals and home to centers of excellence in numerous specialties; Maimonides Midwood Community Hospital (formerly New York Community Hospital), a 130-bed adult medical-surgical hospital; and Maimonides Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn’s only children’s hospital and only pediatric trauma center. Maimonides’ clinical programs rank among the best in the country for patient outcomes, including its Heart and Vascular Institute, Neurosciences Institute, Bone and Joint Center, and Cancer Center. Maimonides is an affiliate of Northwell Health and a major clinical training site for SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. For additional information, please visit www.maimo.org.