Designation Definition

Designation Definition

New York State's system of regionalized perinatal services includes a hierarchy of four levels of perinatal care provided by the hospitals within a region and led by a Regional Perinatal Center (RPC).

  • Level 1 Perinatal Centers provide care to normal and low-risk pregnant women and newborns, and they do not operate neonatal intensive care units (NICUs);
  • Level 2 Perinatal Centers provide care to women and newborns at moderate risk and operate NICUs;
  • Level 3 Perinatal Centers provide care for patients requiring increasingly complex care and operate NICUs;
  • Regional Perinatal Centers provide the highest level of care and operate NICUs.
 

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Name County Zipcode
Albany Medical Center Hospital Albany 12208
Bellevue Hospital Center New York 10016
Crouse Hospital Onondaga 13210
Long Island Jewish Medical Center Queens 11040
Maimonides Medical Center Kings 11219
Montefiore Med Center - Jack D Weiler Hosp of A... Bronx 10461
Mount Sinai Hospital New York 10029
New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia... New York 10032
New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill... New York 10021
North Shore University Hospital Nassau 11030
NYU Hospitals Center New York 10016
Strong Memorial Hospital Monroe 14642
University Hospital Suffolk 11794
University Hospital of Brooklyn Kings 11203
Westchester Medical Center Westchester 10595
Winthrop-University Hospital Nassau 11501
Women And Children's Hospital Of Buffalo Erie 14222