New York Medical College

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  1. TCDM Tour

    Touro College of Dental Medicine (TCDM) is the first new school of dentistry in New York State in almost 50 years and the newest dental school in the


    1. TCDM - 19 Skyline Drive Complex

      Touro College of Dental Medicine is located in Westchester County, just 25 miles north of Manhattan, in an iconic five-story, mirror-façade building on Skyline Drive. This 248,000 square foot complex houses almost all of its educational facilities under one roof – including Touro Dental Health, the college’s clinical training facility built in 2018.

      Touro College of Dental Medicine is situated on the 54-acre campus of New York Medical College, one of the oldest and largest health sciences colleges in the country – and connected through a private access road, allowing students to walk, bike, drive or take a free shuttle just 500 yards to the main campus.

      Our students utilize New York Medical College research facilities, an anatomy lab, a simulation training center, classrooms and auditoriums, as well many amenities including a cafeteria and café, a bookstore, a Health Sciences Library, sports facilities, and many common spaces.

    2. Simulation Labratory

      Touro College of Dental Medicine’s Dental Simulation Laboratory features 116 fully functioning, and ergonomically correct stations designed to mimic a high-end, a private practice dental operatory.  The addition of 3-D printed teeth and life-like mannikins, improves the fidelity of the simulation, and helps create a seamless transition from lab to clinic.


      Large wraparound windows are a special feature of the lab, which reveal beautiful scenic views from every seat and create an inspirational and uplifting environment for learning.


      A robust IT infrastructure is the backbone of the Touro College of Dental Medicine’s sim lab educational experience. Tapping one’s access card to a reader attached to the thin client network, quickly opens up their  digital desktop, which comes equipped with over (50) different available software packages, including the latest in dental scanning, design, and planning, as well as Axium, the practice management system used in clinical practice. Using an intuitive and sophisticated audiovisual system, faculty present lectures or simulated clinical demonstrations from a central podium, with ultra-sharp videos and sound perfectly broadcast to each laboratory station throughout the 8,000 square foot room, simultaneously.


    3. Wet/Dry Laboratory

      With three large multi-purpose work islands accommodating 6 students each, our well-lit, versatile wet laboratory supports the simulation lab and is utilized to train students on how to perform a variety of dental lab procedures. In this sizable space, students practice hand piece lubricating, model pouring and trimming, creation of both night and sport mouth guards, and more. To accommodate these activities, the laboratory is equipped with a host of technologies including, but not limited to, lubricating machines, stone vibrators, model trimmers, a vacuum forming machine, a lathe used for trimming and polishing, and a light curing device for hardening resin for denture bases.
    4. Administrative Offices

      The 4th floor houses Touro College of Dental Medicine’s Administrative Offices, including the Office of the Deans, the Office of Student Affairs, and many faculty and staff offices. Being located only steps from the educational spaces, encourages a culture of openness, collaboration and comradery between students and their faculty.

    5. Student Lounge

      Our spacious and modern Student Lounge is a flexible space for students to relax, study, and connect with one another. Used for both study and play, the lounge hosts a variety of events, such as the Touro College of Dental Medicine annual ping pong tournament, and those put on by our Student Government Association or many student organizations and clubs.


    6. Sterilization Center

      Our professional-grade Instrument Sterilization Processing Facility includes state-of-the-art sterilization processes, and chain of custody verification tools that meet the most stringent industry standards and safety regulations. Instruments are delivered to our clinical training facility and stocked throughout the day by a team of professionals.

    7. Testing Center

      Our Testing Center features collaborative table seating and an advanced audio-visual system. This combination of design and technology provides our dental students with a flexible learning space for both in person classes and remote learning activities. The testing center’s proximity to the sim laboratory, just across the hall, provides an easy and natural transition from didactic learning to hands-on practice. Often, the day starts with a lecture in the testing center, followed by hands on practice in the sim lab.

    8. Digital Dentistry Studio

      Our cutting-edge digital dental studio consolidates the advanced technologies currently employed at the Touro College of Dental Medicine, creating an invaluable educational and clinical resource. Supporting Touro Dental Health, our 115-chair clinical training facility, the host of sophisticated tools housed in our Digital Dentistry Studio—including 3D printers, intraoral scanners, CAD/CAM milling machines, sintering ovens and DGShape dental mills—allow TCDM to perform same-day dentistry techniques and manufacture solutions in real-time for patients in our Complex Care Clinic
    9. Touro Dental Health

      Touro Dental Health, our 42,000 square foot clinical training facility, occupies the entire third floor of the Skyline Drive complex.  Opened in 2018, this modern, 115-chair facility includes our (6) separate comprehensive care practices, as well as specialty clinics in Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Orthodontics, Pediatrics, and Complex Care.


      Each of the well thought out ergonomic operatories was designed with the most advanced technology to improve efficiency and the patient’s experience. The space is a meticulous   replication of a sophisticated private dental practice, which helps prepare and educate students for practice.


      Available technology for everyday clinic use includes x-ray units in each operatory, more than 20 3Shape intraoral scanners, 3 Cone Beam CT and 4 Panoramic radiographic units, and a host of sophisticated 3-D printers and Milling machines. In addition, our innovative thin client network makes patient care and education seamless.


      A unique aspect of the Touro College of Dental Medicine clinical training program is the pairing of 3rd year students with their 4th year upperclassmen, at each individual operatory. These student teams work together, learn from one another other, and help each other succeed. The overall effect is an environment where no student is left behind, and each student has maximal patient experiences. Contributing to their success is the small size of the individual clinical practice units with 14 chairs, a superb faculty to student ratio, and a dedicated team of staff available to support students.

    10. Complex Care Clinic

      With four chairs, Touro Dental Health’s state-of-the-art Complex Care Clinic is solely dedicated to meeting the needs of patients requiring more advanced dental treatment. The Complex Care Clinic is headed by a team of expert faculty from multiple dental specialties who utilize the advanced digital dentistry technologies available throughout the clinic, in addition to the cutting-edge tools housed in our on-site Digital Dental Studio, to proficiently manage patients requiring intricate implant treatment and advanced oral health restoration.


      Students on their abbreviated complex care rotation are privy to an invaluable educational experience not common to most undergraduate dental school programs. Given that there are no post-doctoral programs, they are able to directly observe and interact with the Complex Care Clinic team, gaining exposure to complicated cases and acquiring vital interprofessional experience.

    11. Pediatrics Practice

      With 2,600 square feet of light-filled space, our pediatric practice, Touro Dental Health Kids, has six chairs specifically designed for children, with four operatories and two spacious private rooms all equipped with nitrous oxide. Working side-by-side with our expert pediatric specialists, students in their one-week pediatric rotation provide general and preventive dental care to children ages 16 and younger. In our pediatric practice, students also work with patients and their caregivers to educate them on important oral health topics including proper brushing and flossing, nutrition and injury prevention.
    12. Oral Surgery Practice

      Our spacious oral surgery practice is equipped with eight surgical operatories including two extra-large surgical rooms utilized for more advanced surgical cases and sedations. Each operatory is supported by the same advanced technologies designated for everyday clinic use and is outfitted for the administration of nitrous oxide.

      CBCT cone beam scanning is utilized for 3D viewing of the maxillofacial structures, providing advanced information necessary for optimal treatment of dental and bone pathology, trauma, and dental implant planning. Implants are placed using guided surgery techniques to enable optimal implant positioning and predictability while minimizing risk.

      Working alongside expert faculty in every specialty of dentistry, our students receive a dynamic and well-rounded dental education. TCDM students complete rotations in each of our specialty practices and as there are no post-graduate dental programs, they receive more hands-on experience gaining exposure to more advanced cases as opposed to most dental schools

      This is evident in the intimate Oral Surgery learning environment, where students gain direct exposure to performing, assisting and observing various surgical procedures ranging from simple to complex, including more complex cases such as wisdom tooth extraction, implant cases, pathology, and periodontal surgery. Additionally, a unique aspect of TCDM’s oral surgery practice is that our expert faculty are equipped to perform TMJ arthroscopies, providing our students with the opportunity to observe and learn how these cases are managed.

    13. Orthodontics Practice

      Our spacious, open bay orthodontics practice has seven chairs and is equipped with state-of-the-art iTero scanners, used to set digital impressions for Invisalign treatment, in addition to supporting the same advanced digital dentistry technologies available throughout the clinical training facility.  Given there are no postdoctoral programs, TCDM students on their two-week orthodontics rotation have the exclusive opportunity to work one-on-one with our expert staff orthodontists.


      This intimate learning environment allows our students to gain direct experience in understanding how Invisalign and braces cases are managed, in addition to allowing them to thoroughly grasp the diagnostic process and the different stages of orthodontic treatment. By the end of their dental school training, students will be comfortable with minor tooth movement protocols.

    14. Endodontics Practice

      With six chairs designated for patient treatment, our sizable endodontics practice is equipped with the same advanced technologies found throughout Touro Dental Health in addition to the most advanced, cutting-edge materials available to treat root canals, including operating microscopes, which allow for enhanced digitization of minute areas of the oral cavity; bio-ceramic sealers; CBCT scanners; and nickel titanium rotaries.


      Students in their two-week endodontics rotation will be instructed in all of the necessary techniques needed to treat root canals and perform root canal retreatments, in addition to learning how to thoroughly diagnose pulpal and periapical diseases. Given there are no postdoctoral programs, TCDM students have the unique opportunity to work one-on-one with our expert endodontic faculty, allowing them to gain experience handling cases ranging from simple to complex.

    15. NYMC Family Health Center

      The New York Medical College Family Health Center provides continuous and integrated primary care to dental patients and the greater community. Its placement within Touro’s dental training facility is a unique feature to most dental schools. This close proximity and affiliation create an integration of oral health with primary care—enriching education opportunities for dental students, improving patient outcomes and promoting the new model of dental health which recognizes the important link between oral and overall systemic health.

    16. Dr. Edward F. and Mrs. Anna M. Asprinio Fitness Center

      The Dr. Edward F. and Mrs. Anna M. Asprinio Fitness Center is located on the ground floor of 19 Skyline Drive and is open daily from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. The Fitness Center is a free facility open to members of the NYMC student body.

      Please note: an NYMC ID card is required to access the facility. A building security guard is on duty from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each weekday and both the building and fitness center are video monitored by security 24/7.

    17. Skyline Auditorium

      Some TCDM classes and lectures may take place in our 120-seat auditorium – just one of several large auditoriums and conference facilities located on campus.
    18. Skyline Dining Room

      The Skyline Dining room and adjacent annex room have been designed as flexible spaces and regularly host classes, seminars, meetings and events – in addition to its use as a dining facility. Outdoor seating is also available on our plaza and throughout the campus.
    19. The Health Sciences Library (HSL) Skyline Branch

      Besides the main Library in the BSB, The Health Sciences Library has an additional 3,033 square foot branch at the 19 Skyline Drive building complex.


      It consists of a main reading room, an adjacent smaller reading room with large windows, and a consultation room to schedule appointments with librarians.

    20. Skyline Café

      Located off of the first floor lobby of 19 Skyline Drive, the Skyline Café is an all-kosher food mart offering grab-and-go healthy snacks, drinks, and fresh food provided by Canteen. Check-out is contactless with mobile and touchless payment options.
    21. Alumni House

      Alumni House


      The Alumni House is important technologically, architecturally, and historically. The structure is an unusual example of the use of poured concrete for residential use which was constructed and occupied by prominent county residents.


      The site of the house has a history dating back to pre-revolutionary times. The first occupant of a dwelling on this site was believed to be Captain Thaddeus Avery. Avery, a farmer, was instrumental in hiding money needed to pay Washington’s troops. In later years, the poured concrete structure was occupied by Westchester County Commissioners of Public Welfare, V. Everit Macy and Miss Ruth Taylor among others, and became known as the “Commissioner’s House.” The Strawson family was the last to occupy the house from 1944-1960. Stanton M. Strawson was Commissioner of Public Welfare for Westchester County from 1950-1960.


      After that period, the “Strawson House” stood abandoned for many years. The building had been scheduled for demolition by the Westchester County Department of Public Works and in the interim, was used by the Fire Safety Training Unit for practice in putting out fires. After hearing of the demolition plans in 1979, the School of Medicine Alumni Association initiated a campaign to restore the building. By 1981, the Association had raised $75,000. On January 29, 1982, The House was leased to New York Medical College by Westchester County. On December 15, 1982, the Alumni Association presented a check for $230,000 to College President John J. Connolly. The campaign had met its goal and the effort to raise funds continued towards the restoration effort. Renovation began in June 1983. The building was restored as faithfully as possible in consultation with the County Planning Department. The front and back porticos were added and an open porch was enclosed for the boardroom in the 1980s. With the restoration completed, the dedication of the House took place on June 2, 1984.


      The Alumni House is now an elegant venue for meetings and events, and is now home to the administrative offices of NYMC Alumni Relations, as well as the Joseph Dersi, M.D. '59 Conference Room, and offers an elegant venue for meetings, receptions and alumni events.

    22. Outdoor Basketball Court

      Many students gather for informal sports competitions in the field behind Alumni House, and the outdoor-lit basketball courts located behind the Basic Sciences Building.

    23. BSB Student Lounge/Recreation Room

      The Student Lounge is located within the Basic Sciences Building, and has a pool table, a ping-pong table and a big-screen TV.

    24. Anatomage and Radiology Suite

      The Anatomage and Radiology Suite features multiple interactive screens allowing for independent and group study, as well as the cutting-edge Anatomage Table, which displays human gross anatomy in real-life size using data from actual patient scans or cadavers and will serve as a complementary tool for cadaver-based dissection courses. The table’s visualization screen spans 81 inches long and 22 inches wide and students can use it collaboratively to explore bone fractures, aneurysms, carcinoma and dozens of other unique case examples. 
    25. Terence Cardinal Cooke Auditorium

      The Terence Cardinal Cooke Auditorium offers full audio/visual support as well as wired and wireless internet access. It features a podium with laptop connection and the ability to receive web conferences, and to host and receive videoconferences via a portable videoconferencing unit.

    26. Doc’s Café cafeteria and Freeman Dining Room

      Doc’s Café, a160-seat full-service cafeteria, serves a wide variety of healthy and nutritious Glatt Kosher foods and meals by Lessing's Hospitality Group. Doc’s Café serves breakfast and lunch and provides catering services for campus events. The dining facility also has a private dining area called the Freeman Dining Room.



      Col. Melvin D. Freeman, a member of the Board of Trustees from 1993-2008, and his wife Helen Yuder Freeman held a revered place among the NYMC's most steadfast supporters. Both individually and as a couple, the two were longtime benefactors of programs in research, education and student life. Their generosity made dozens of advances and improvements possible, from student research programs, equipment purchases, renovations and capital improvements, to social and cultural events for students as well as scholarships. In 1999, at the College’s 140th Commencement, the Freemans were each awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree. Family members say the two were deeply touched by the honor and spoke of it often and with pride. Beginning with the re-establishment of the Parents’ Council when their daughter Susan entered the School of Medicine in 1975, Mel and Helen Freeman were a driving force behind many programs and projects, with a special affinity for the basic sciences. They funded a protein sequencer, a motorized fluorescent microscope, the construction of several multipurpose rooms in the Health Sciences Library, a teaching laboratory, a conference room in the graduate school and a dining room annex to the main cafeteria. Until his illness, he was director of psychological services at Federation Employment and Guidance Service, a non-profit human services agency. For 31 years he proudly served in the U.S. Air Force on active duty and in the reserves. Col. Freeman succumbed to cancer on August 26, 2008, at the age of 89.

    27. The Café coffee shop and campus store

      The Café is the campus store and coffee shop that features Starbucks coffee, pastries, grab and go salads and sandwiches, snacks, convenience items, College apparel and gifts, and more.

    28. The Thomas and Alice Marie Hales Lobby (BSB Lobby)

      The Thomas and Alice Marie Hales Lobby, colloquially known as the BSB Lobby, is located within the Basic Sciences Building (BSB). Arguably the most central and frequently traversed place on the college campus, is a welcoming oasis, nestled in the busy landscape of research labs, teaching facilities, Health Sciences Library, bookstore and Doc’s café.


      The 2009 renovation and redesign of this campus hub of activity was made possible in part by a donation from trustee Thomas E. Hales and his wife Alice Marie Hales. A modern look, with a nod to school spirit through its use of the school colors, maroon and ochre, embodies the décor. 


      Designated seating areas are arranged to serve different purposes, where groups of students might gather for study or socialization, while others are designed for more intimate conversations or relaxation between classes. But the design feature that makes the lobby and its environs unique to New York Medical College is the original artwork. Six panels of graphic art in a motif of trees and leaves line the walls and adjacent hallway. Through a series of historical photos, the panels mark important milestones along the fascinating journey the College has taken throughout its history. Street scenes, buildings, laboratories and classrooms from the late 1800s onward are all part of the story. So are key figures in the school’s history, like Clemence Sophia Lozier, M.D., William Cullen Bryant and Cardinal Terence Cooke. Quotations from noted thinkers such as John F. Kennedy, Marcus Aurelius , Oliver Wendell Holmes and William Butler Yeats bring the school’s evolution full circle, impressing upon the readers the impact that medicine, science and an abiding concern for humanity have had upon the College and the world at large. People can walk through the lobby and gain an understanding of how the College is rooted in a long span of history, one that will go on long after they have graduated.


    29. Core Facilities & Shared Resources

      New York Medical College provides state-of-the-art core research facilities that benefit the community at large through advances in medical research. More than half of the College's research is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), conducted by more than 150 basic and clinical scientists working here and at our affiliated hospitals. Researchers also collaborate with biopharmaceutical companies seeking to discover new platform technologies or product ideas. 

      In 2020, a grant proposal team made up of nearly 20 NYMC faculty secured a Shared Instrumentation Grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which was used to purchase a new high-resolution confocal microscope. This new microscope will be critical to the College’s biomedical research. The confocal system allows NYMC’s researchers to quantitatively visualize dynamic processes in living specimens gently over extended periods of time (4D imaging). The increased sensitivity and high resolution will be particularly valuable to image thicker tissue sections/slices in a wide variety of biological specimens.
    30. The Drs. Esther and Ben Chouake Auditorium

      The Drs. Esther and Ben Chouake Auditorium offers full audio/visual support as well as wired and wireless internet access. It features a podium with laptop connection and the ability to receive web conferences, and to host and receive videoconferences via a portable videoconferencing unit.
    31. The John W. Nevins, M.D. ’44 Auditorium

      The John W. Nevins, M.D. ’44 Auditorium is fully enabled to host and receive all types of conferencing including video, audio and web-based. It offers full a/v support as well as wired and wireless internet access including dual 35 mm. slide projectors and high-resolution video projector, integrated instructor’s console with PC, document camera, slide-video converter and laptop connection. Integrated touch screen control of all a/v components is available from both podium and control room.
    32. Marcelle Bernard, M.D. '44, Archival Collections Room

      The NYMC Health Sciences Library focuses on materials produced by or about NYMC, or its faculty, students, or alumni. Historic and rare books are shelved in the Marcelle Bernard, M.D. '44, Archival Collections Room.
    33. The Alumni Gross Anatomy Laboratory

      The Alumni Gross Anatomy Laboratory occupies the entire top floor of the MEC with an innovative light-filled design. The 8,500 square foot facility features 36 dissecting tables with wired and secured wireless networking available at each table, a specialized ventilation system, natural northern light exposure and separate student and faculty changing areas with showers and lockers.

    34. Center for Interactive Learning

      The 2,160 sq. ft. Center for Interactive Learning is located on the first floor of the School of Health Sciences and Practice (SHSP) building. It is a specially designed classroom used for videoconferencing classes, seminars, meetings, and grand rounds.

    35. Sunshine Heritage Halls

      Visitors to Heritage Hall in Sunshine Cottage get a glimpse of NYMC through the years with photos and renderings of New York Medical College buildings and notables. Heritage Halls continues throughout all the halls and open spaces around the NYMC campus buildings.


      A link to the virtual portrait gallery is available on the Health Sciences Library website at

    36. Westchester Institute for Human Development

      TCDM students gain valuable clinical experience through externships with community-based partners including the Westchester Institute for Human Development. This valuable two-week rotation provides students with exposure to treatment special needs patients in a clinic setting, a mobile unit and in a hospital operating room.

    37. Sunshine Cottage

      Sunshine Cottage is the administrative headquarters of New York Medical College. The offices of the president, chancellor, dean of the School of Medicine, senior academic and administrative leadership are located here, as are the Offices of Student Affairs, SOM Admissions, Student Financial Planning, Housing, Bursar, Undergraduate Medical Education, Public Relations, among others.


      Grasslands Hospital, the predecessor of the Westchester Medical Center, opened Sunshine Cottage as a thirty-five bed children's tuberculosis hospital in 1931. The building, adorned with animal and nature motifs, symbolized health and happiness, and referred to the typical treatment regimen of rest, fresh air, and sunshine. The noted architectural team of Walker and Gillette designed this building. The fanciful animals in the surrounding fences, the motifs of the rising sun and nature scenes over the windows and on the pediments, the rabbit over the door, and the animal sculptures that formerly resided on the pillars of the fences were designed to brighten the lives and speed the recovery of sick children. They remind the health care providers of today that one must always treat the whole patient: not only the disease but also the patient's spirit and attitude. We hope the animal and nature images and statues you see on and surrounding this building remind you that, no matter how technology in health care evolves, the values of care and compassion remain at the core of what we do.
    38. Grasslands Residence Halls

      NYMC's student housing is composed of ten garden-style apartment buildings and five suite-style buildings.


      Grasslands I, the garden-style apartments, contain 100 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for families and non-traditional students.


      Grasslands II, the suite-style buildings, provides housing for 310 single students in 80 shared apartments.

      Centrally located in the residence hall complex is the Student Center Building, which houses a laundry facility and the Nicholas and Liberta Testa Fitness Center. The Fitness Center contains cardiovascular equipment and the other weight-training equipment.


      All full-time NYMC students and other occupants of Grasslands residential buildings may use the center 24-hours a day. The door is locked at all times and students may gain access to the building using their NYMC ID card. Students who do not reside on campus may obtain access to the recreational facilities through the Security Department, 914-594-4226.


      In addition to the Fitness Center, many students gather for informal sports competitions in the field behind Alumni House, and the outdoor-lit basketball courts located behind the Basic Sciences Building.

    39. The Lisa Qian, M.D. '18, Memorial Garden

      The Lisa Qian, M.D. '18, Memorial Garden, formerly known as the NYMC Community Garden, fosters an environment of sustainability, tranquility and creativity by growing flower, fruits and vegetables such as rhubarb, radish, tomatoes, cucumbers, yellow squash, zucchini, beets, arugula, German radishes, baby leaf spinach, toy choi, bok choy, winterbor kale to name a few.

      In 2018, the SOM Class of 2018 dedicated the garden to the memory of Lisa Quan, a fourth year medical student who passed away at the start of her last year of medical school at NYMC; she was posthumously awarded her medical degree during the 2018 commencement.
    40. Westchester Medical Center

      Westchester Medical Center (WMC) is a 652-bed Regional Trauma Center providing health services to residents of the Hudson Valley, northern New Jersey, and southern Connecticut. Westchester Medical Center is the primary academic medical center and University Hospital of New York Medical College. Many of New York Medical College’s faculty provide patient care, teach, and conduct research on the shared campus.


      Westchester Medical Center is home to the Hudson Valley Region’s only Level I Trauma Center (both adult & pediatric with 24/7 Medevac); organ transplant center; full-service Heart Center; pediatric ICU; Level IV Neonatal ICU (Regional Perinatal Center); burn center between NYC and north to Canadian border. WMC is one of the region’s largest sources of employment; employing over 5,000--including 900 attending physicians.


      100 Woods Rd, Valhalla, NY 10595





      What is now known as Westchester Medical Center began in 1918 when the U.S. Army took over county buildings to set up an Army Hospital for treating troops affected by the Spanish Influenza epidemic.  In 1920, the Army returned the buildings to the Westchester County government as a fully equipped hospital.

      After renaming the campus Grasslands Hospital, the county began caring for those suffering from several prevalent diseases of the 1920s and 1930s. Entire buildings were devoted to treating both adult and child patients with tuberculosis, and the center eventually became a center for treating victims of other great medical illnesses such as polio, scarlet fever and diphtheria during the early and mid 20th century.


      Staffed largely by volunteer physicians during its early history, Grasslands Hospital was one of the first public institutions to establish a Renal Dialysis Unit and a cardiovascular service, which earned an outstanding reputation that still endures today.

    41. Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center

      Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center
      100 Woods Road
      Valhalla, NY 10595


      As part of Westchester Medical Center, an academic health affiliate of New York Medical College, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center is also a major teaching facility offering advanced care pediatrics serving New York’s Hudson Valley region and parts of Fairfield County, Connecticut. Opened in 2004, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital (MFCH) is a world-class, all-specialty pediatric hospital offering a unique physical environment for our more than 20,000 young patients and their families each year. MFCH is part of the national Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, and is the only hospital in the U.S. named after a child.


      Featuring a lobby with the world's largest dollhouse, a sports arcade, a performing arts stage and a walk-through aquarium, MFCH offers the most advanced pediatric care available in an environment where the creative surroundings are a functional part of the healing process.