Expect Excellence for All at South Brooklyn Health
Coming Soon! NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health – a modern health care campus on the grounds of the former NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island – redesigned to serve all of the health care needs of the people of South Brooklyn and neighboring communities.
There’s a lot that will be new. But some things will remain the same:
- our love and respect for our community
- our skilled and compassionate health care teams who live and work in the community
- our mission to provide excellent care for all regardless of immigration status or ability to pay
The New Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospital
The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospital – an 11-floor tower building – will feature emergency care, state-of-the-art surgical suite, private patient rooms, and light filled space designed to promote healing.
View Photos of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospital
Meet the CEO
Svetlana Lipyanskaya, the first woman to lead NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island
In The News
Who Was Ruth Bader Ginsburg?
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legend, a trailblazer, and a champion of equity. Named after this Brooklyn icon, the new hospital will be the visual anchor of a transformed health care campus where you can truly expect excellence for all.
A Timeline of great South Brooklyn Health Care
2601 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11235
BY SUBWAY AND BUS:
B or Q Train to Sheepshead Bay Station
F Train to Avenue X Station
(15 minute walk from either station to the hospital)
B-1, B-4, B-36: Three buses stop in front of NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island. The B-36 travels from the Sheepshead Bay Station and the B-1 from the Avenue X Station to the Hospital.
Battery Tunnel: to Gowanus Expressway (278 West) becoming Belt Parkway (East). Travel Belt Parkway to Exit 7N (Ocean Parkway North).
Brooklyn Bridge: to Brooklyn/Queens Expressway becoming Gowanus Expressway (278 West) which becomes Belt Parkway (East). Travel Belt Parkway to Exit 7N (Ocean Parkway North).
Whitestone Bridge: to Queens-Cross Island Parkway to Belt Parkway (West). Exit 7N Ocean Parkway.
Triboro Bridge: to Queens Van Wyck Expressway to Belt Parkway (West). Exit 7N Ocean Parkway.
Belt Parkway: West to Brooklyn to Exit 7N (Ocean Parkway).
From Staten Island
Verrazano Bridge: to Brooklyn Belt Parkway (East) to Exit 7N (Ocean Parkway).