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At Long Island Jewish Forest Hills, we offer the expertise you need for many medical specialties. Our widely recognized and accredited clinical programs and services mean you and the ones you love have access to the very best care—close to home. And that's something you can feel good about.

Quality care in your community

Long Island Jewish Forest Hills, a division of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, provides exceptional inpatient medical and surgical care, intensive care, and obstetrics and gynecology services. The hospital is designated as a Level II Perinatal Center, and our Emergency Department is a 911 receiving site, a certified heart station, as well as a New York state designated Stroke Center.

Our clinical programs cover a wide range of specialty areas, including cardiology, laboratory services, gastroenterology, general medicine, radiology, urology, wound care, women and children's health and wellness, and many more.


The latest news from LIJ Forest Hills
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Teresa Amato, MD, tells U.S. News & World Report that taking the supplements can lead to an active lifestyle for the elderly.
Drs. Teresa Amato and Scott Krakower discuss in this Queens Chronicle report.
Dr. Teresa Amato, chair of Emergency Medicine at LIJ Forest Hills, discusses surviving a heat wave with HealthDay.
Northwell Health Drs. Guy Mintz and Teresa Amato discuss statin use by older adults.