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Overview

Zucker Hillside Hospital is Northwell Health’s nationally recognized behavioral health center known for its pioneering clinical, teaching and research programs. The National Institute of Mental Health has established a Clinical Research Center for the Study of Schizophrenia at Zucker Hillside Hospital, one of only four such facilities nationwide.

Inpatient services include adolescent, adult and geriatric units. Treatment specialties include early phase treatment, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar and personality disorders. We also offer a discreet women’s unit. 

Our outpatient programs serve all ages and encompass the full continuum of care. These services include health centers, partial hospital treatment programs, and a full range of psychiatric rehabilitation services. Programs for alcohol and chemical dependency are available both on our main campus and in numerous community-based sites.

Our goal at Zucker Hillside Hospital is to promote wellness and to reintegrate patients back into the community to work, attend school, socialize, and live independently.

Leadership

John Kane, MD

VP Behavioral Health Services,

Chairman of Psychiatry, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Chairman of Psychiatry, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Psychiatry

Blaine Greenwald, MD

Medical Director - Zucker Hillside Hospital,

Vice Chairman of Psychiatry - Geriatric Psychiatry, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Vice Chairman of Psychiatry - Geriatric Psychiatry, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Geriatric Psychiatry, Psychiatry

John Q. Young, MD

Specialties: Psychiatry
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As a national leader in psychiatric research and care delivery innovation, Zucker Hillside Hospital offers unparalleled opportunities to learn the full spectrum of clinical psychiatry.