Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
The Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is dedicated to educating and improving the care of our patients by providing the highest level of complex and innovative surgical care, while upholding the department’s mission of clinical practice, clinical research, and education. Our faculty includes highly regarded and nationally recognized surgeons, who continue to contribute significantly to the enhancement of surgical quality of care and overall patient experience across our institution.
Our clinical programs are enhanced by an expansive team of physicians, nurses and other health professionals dedicated to providing the very best care for patients. The surgical faculty is organized into divisions that include:
Located in Flushing, New York, The Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is a community teaching hospital affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, serving Queens and metro New York residents.
Through the use of cutting-edge technology, the Department of Surgery continues to provide comprehensive training programs, innovative research and outstanding patient care.
What Our Patients Are Saying
"My son was in an accident and had to have his spleen removed. Jason was a true life saver and I will always remember his service."
"Professional Caring Dr. Siegel is simply amazing and I think over the many years I have seen her she has always demonstrated professionalism, caring and interest. You never feel rushed or uncomfortable and are given the time to ask questions. She always responds at a level of understanding to the patient. I would highly recommend her."
"I was fortunate enough to learn of Dr.Merola and had surgery with him in 2002. He is an amazing surgeon and an even more amazing human being. He is a very knowledge dr and takes his time with you. His bedside manner is like none I’ve ever seen. He is caring and always has your best interest and safety as a priority. He operated on my husband and 5 other friends and we all had excellent results. God bless."