Coney Island provides inpatient services for primary and acute care in general medicine, general surgery, medical and surgical sub-specialties, coronary care, intensive care, obstetrics and gynecology, midwifery program, pediatric and neonatology, critical care, rehabilitation medicine, psychiatry, and chemical dependency to a first service area of nearly 900,000 NYC residents of southern Brooklyn.
They also offer outpatient services for adult and pediatric medical care and surgical sub-specialties, behavioral health, and chemical dependency. They have designations as a SAFE Center of Excellence under the Sexual Assault Reform Act, Designated AIDS Center (DAC), Level 2 Perinatal Center, and a New York State designated Stroke Center.
- Educational Vocational Rehabilitation (EVR) Program
- Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Program
- Chemical Dependency Treatment Services
- Bedford-Stuyvesant Alcoholism Treatment Center
- 371-bed facility
- Social work
- Medication Assisted Treatment
- Opiate and Alcohol Dependent Treatment
- Milieu therapy
- Individual therapy
- Group therapies
- Dual diagnosed psychiatrically
- Substance abuse disorders
- Multidisciplinary assessment
Best hospital I have been to. The service was excellent. The doctors and nurses were wonderful. Especially the nurses. Great care was given to me. I even cried when I was leaving because I felt like I was leaving family.
At Coney Island Hospital, admission to our drug and alcohol treatment programs begins with a simple phone call. In the course of that brief consultation, one of our admissions counselors will assist you with questions about costs of treatment, insurance benefits and payment options. They’ll be able to help you determine a plan of care that’s both affordable and meets your unique treatment needs.
Same day admissions are available. Our admissions process usually can accommodate admissions as quickly as within the first 24 hours following your initial phone consultation with one of our caring admissions counselors. There are rare exceptions to this general rule, such as times when we may have exceptionally limited bed availability or when special circumstances pertaining to your situation may prevent us from doing so.
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