Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist
The Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital offers a variety of procedures involving surgical techniques that include laparoscopy, endoscopy, robotics, and other cutting-edge surgical technologies. Our faculty, staff, and residents are dedicated to providing high-quality patient care, generating new knowledge, and educating the next generation of surgeons and teachers. Basic, clinical and translational research in Surgery motivates us to produce new knowledge and ground-breaking approaches to treatments.
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine-an ivy league medical school that is among the nation's best in patient care, medical education, and research. This Hospital is also a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, which provides access to top-ranking physicians and comprehensive resources, including some of the best thought leaders in the medical field.
Today, the Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital consists of the following surgical services:
Located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, The Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is a community teaching hospital affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, serving Brooklyn and metro New York residents.
What Our Patients Are Saying
"Great pediatric surgeon ! Doctor Merianos is experional surgeon . He and his team have impeccable bedside manners . He truly care about his little patients and their parents . He is knowledgeable and experienced . He doesn’t rush and takes time to answer all questions . He successfully strive for highest standards in his field . Overall is a very positive experience ."
"My 8 yo son had a ruptured appendix. Dr Steigman did a great job on what was a complicated case with a gangrenous appendix with pus. Post operatively my son got transferred to Cornell's new pediatric floor for closer monitoring which had a children's playroom-- a great perk. Dr Steigman was never rushed and had an excellent bedside manner. I recommend him highly."
"My son had surgery on April 2nd 2018 to remove a CPAM (congenital lung defect) at Weill Cornell. My son was only 4 months old so of course we were sad and scared but we had comfort knowing our son was in the best hands. He is now 8 months and perfect, reaching all his milestones and growing well! We are happy that the scarring is very minimal to almost nothing. No one wants their baby to have surgery but if they need it, you are in great hands with Dr.Steigman."