North Shore-LIJ Health System

North Shore-LIJ Health System

The North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System was founded in 1997 with the merger of the North Shore Health System and LIJ Medical Center, creating a healthcare network that now includes 16 hospitals, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities, a home care network, a hospice network, and progressive care centers offering a range of outpatient services.

Headquartered in Great Neck, New York, North Shore-LIJ is the largest integrated health system in New York State, based on patient revenue, and the second-largest, nonprofit, secular healthcare system in the United States, based on number of beds. Its service area encompasses more than 7 million people in Long Island, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. With more than 44,000 employees, North Shore-LIJ is the largest employer on Long Island, and the third-largest private employer in New York City.

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... As a clinical medical educational institution, North Shore-LIJ is responsible for more than 1,500 residents and fellows, and 120 resident and fellow programs ... North Shore-LIJ maintains relationships with three medical schools more than 1,200 medical students rotate through health system facilities ... North Shore-LIJ has partnered with Hofstra University to establish a new medical school on Hofstra’s campus in Hempstead, NY ...

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