The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medical College is pleased to announce the expansion of women's health care services to NewYork Presbyterian - Lower Manhattan Hospital. Our general obstetricians and gynecologists, a Perinatal Diagnostic Unit operated by high risk obstetricians, and subspecialists in gynecologic surgery and urogynecology, are now available to see patients in family friendly locations convenient for the growing residential Lower Manhattan community.
NewYork Presbyterian - Lower Manhattan Hospital is a 180 bed community hospital. Its modern labor and delivery suite, 8 bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and state-of-the-art surgical facilities are staffed by highly qualified Weill Cornell physicians and offer the breadth of excellent subspecialists Weill Cornell is recognized for, whenever needed.
"I saw Dr Rosca for a first visit recently. She was very warm and friendly and knowledgeable."
"I highly recommend Dr. Wu. She is reliable, dedicated and take the time to answer your questions and have understanding of your needs."
"Dr Nagy is great! She is incredibly compassionate and helps keep things in perspective (examples: what's safe and not safe during pregnancy, what test results mean, etc.). She is a great listener and takes time to answer all of your questions thoroughly, even ones you may feel silly asking. She remembers even small details - everything from that symptom you were worried about months ago to your family members' names. This makes her a very popular physician, so scheduling appointments is tough. She will do what she can to squeeze you in for urgent issues. Also, since the practice is large, she will likely not be the one to deliver your baby (but she did take time to drop by the postpartum unit two days in a row to have meaningful conversations afterwards). Sometimes it is also a long wait to talk to a human being on the main office line to make appointments (downside of the large hospital practice as well). And her office being in a hospital means occasional long waits in the hospital security (metal detector) and covid-19 (temperature and questionnaire) check in lines."