Why Choose Us
Superior Pediatric Care, Right Here in Queens
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens offers top-notch health services to young people of all ages. We provide seamless access to clinical expertise and specialties at multiple locations. A longstanding member of the community, we proudly serve a broad and diverse patient population. Together with our network partners, NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, we offer comprehensive healthcare in a warm, family-centered setting closer to home.
Services & Specialties
Comprehensive Pediatric Care
Collaborative Clinical Expertise
Our multidisciplinary team of pediatric physicians includes neonatologists, pediatric hospitalists, physician assistants (PAs), pediatric nurses, social workers, and other staff members that coordinate care tailored to each patient’s needs.
The hallmark of NewYork-Presbyterian Queens’ pediatric program is care offered by world-class pediatric subspecialists: cardiologists (heart care), gastroenterologists (digestive care), general surgeons, neurologists (nervous system care), orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists, pulmonologists (lung care) and urologists (urinary and reproductive care).
Our Approach to Care
Family-Centered Compassionate Care
At NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, we do all we can to ensure your child receives the most compassionate, highest quality, and safest care possible. We understand that seeking medical care can be a scary and overwhelming experience. Our goal is to put your child at ease and make your family’s experience the best it can be. Our diverse staff are sensitive to the unique needs of our patients. From the moment you walk through our doors, our warm and caring staff will work with you to ensure we meet your child’s physical, emotional and social needs.
Children’s Health News & Stories
Children’s Health News & Stories
How to Talk to Kids About the New Coronavirus How to Talk to Kids About the New Coronavirus
It’s important to have an open conversation with children about the outbreak and keep them informed.
Pediatrician on Celebrating Holidays Safely Pediatrician on Celebrating Holidays Safely
Dr. Gopi Desi discusses how families can celebrate the holiday season during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
How Therapy Dogs are Making a Difference How Therapy Dogs are Making a Difference
NewYork-Presbyterian’s Paws for Patients enlists a special fleet of furry friends to boost moods and promote healing.
COVID-19 and Kids: What to Know About Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children COVID-19 and Kids: What to Know About Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
A NewYork-Presbyterian pediatrician explains the new illness and the symptoms parents should look for.
Inside NYP: Dr. Cigdem Akman Inside NYP: Dr. Cigdem Akman
The chief of child neurology reflects on how she left Turkey to advance her medical career and, in the process, found a new home in the U.S.
Amazing Things are Happening Here
I am so grateful that I can achieve my dream of being a NICU nurse. I do my work from my heart with compassion and healing hands, to give my patients strength just like I had. I want to be an example that miracles are possible.
Awards & Recognition
Excellence in Pediatric Care
Theresa Lang Children’s Center achieved Level III Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) re-certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This is the highest level attainable in recognition of high-quality, coordinated primary pediatric care and specialty care. Theresa Lang Children’s Center pediatricians are recognized by NCQA for their top-notch commitment to delivering medical care.
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). NewYork-Presbyterian Queens offers advanced-level care for high-risk infants born with extremely low birth weight. We have a wide range of comprehensive services including respiratory support, advanced imaging, and on-site access to pediatric subspecialties.
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens adheres to the highest standards of care for breastfeeding mothers and their babies. These standards are grounded in evidence-based practices recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) for optimal infant feeding support in the precious first days of a newborn’s life.
DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS
THERESA LANG CHILDREN’S AMBULATORY CENTER
JACKSON HEIGHTS FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
PEDIATRIC ASTHMA CENTER
NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens
PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY