NYU Langone Medical Center specializes in all key surgical fields, from Bariatric Surgery to Wound Healing.
Acute Care Surgery
The division is responsible for the surgical intensive care units among the various NYU affiliate hospitals, including Surgical Intensive Care Units, Cardiovascular Care Units, Transplant Intensive Care Units, Neurosurgical Intensive Care Units, Neonatal Intensive Care Units, and Emergency Wards.
The NYU Program for Surgical Weight Loss is a comprehensive program designed to meet the medical, surgical, and emotional needs of the severely obese patient, with outcomes among the best in the country.
Colon and Rectal Surgery
We treat the full spectrum of diseases related to the colon rectum and anus.
The Division of Endocrine Surgery in the Department of Surgery at NYU was established in 2007 to provide comprehensive care to patients requiring surgery for thyroid cancer, other thyroid conditions, hyperparathyroidism, and other endocrine tumors in cooperation with colleagues in Endocrinology, Pathology, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiology. This team approach will assure that all patients will have available to them the most modern treatments for their disease.
This division specializes in the diagnosis of and surgical treatment for diseases of the esophagus, stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, small and large intestine, colon and rectum. Many of the operations performed in this division employ minimal access (laparoscopic and flexible endoscopic) techniques.
The pediatrics division provides specialized surgical care for newborns, infants and children, including a special interest in minimal access surgery, prenatal counseling and consultation, tumors, and management of short bowel syndrome.
The cancer-related activities of the department of surgery are part of the Perlmutter Cancer Center. As the oldest clinical cancer service in continuous existence in the United States, the division excels at turning the latest in clinical, translational and epidemiologic research into cutting-edge multidisciplinary cancer treatment, then delivering it in a personalized and caring environment.
The Mary Lea Johnson Richards Organ Transplant Center offers a full range of organ transplant services for patients with end-stage liver or kidney disease. A dedicated and integrated team addresses medical and surgical needs, as well as psychosocial and financial ones, from the initial consultation through coordinated follow-up care for life.
With one of the largest vascular surgery teams in the country and decades of experience treating thousands of patients with vascular disease, NYU offers expert patient care with an emphasis on minimally invasive therapies. Each of NYU's vascular surgeons is a faculty member working to translate internationally prominent clinical research into new treatment methods and better care for our patients. The NYU Vascular Center delivers the excellent care you expect from doctors who are training the next generation of surgeons from all over the world.
Division of Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
The Bellevue Trauma & Shock Unit is one of the oldest trauma programs in the country. The first hospital based ambulance service in the world was established at Bellevue in 1869 by Dr. Edward L. Dalton, who sent his horse and buggy teams racing to every nearby disaster.
Today, Bellevue is a Level 1 regional trauma center, spinal cord injury center, and limb re-plantation center. Each floor of the 22 floor New Bellevue building encompasses 1 1/2 acres of space. The separate resuscitation rooms for both adult and pediatric trauma are located within feet of the CT scanner. The Operating Suites floor includes 16 operating rooms, Surgical Pathology, the Blood Bank and a Cardiac Catheterization area.
The Trauma Service consists of a dedicated surgical team consisting of fellowship-trained trauma surgeons, surgical and emergency medicine residents, and rotating medical students. The service admits approximately 1,500 patients per year with an 90:10 blunt to penetrating trauma caseload. Critically-ill trauma patients are also cared for by the TRACC (Trauma Anesthesia Critical Care) team while in the intensive care unit. The TRACC team consists of surgery, anesthesia, and emergency medicine residents supervised by an attending surgical or anesthesia critical care physician.