Each NuHealth facility implements vital safety measures to reduce spread of COVID-19.
Read below to learn about how we keep you and your family safe.
Masks are required for all staff, patients, and visitors in our facility.
Waiting Room Safeguards
Dividers, properly spaced chairs, hand sanitizer stations, and more have been added to our waiting rooms for the protection of our valued patients.
All patients are treated in areas that have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.
NuHealth uses Thermal scanners to identify individuals with a fever when they enter our facilities, allowing proper precautions to be taken.
NuHealth celebrates the opening of our brand new Maternity and Newborn Center designed to better serve high- or low-risk expectant mothers and their families. Read More»
NuHealth's department of Bariatric Surgery at Nassau University Medical Center has become a nationally-recognized Center for Excellence in Bariatric Surgery. Read More»
Von Tauber Institute for Global Psychiatry
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at NUMC is honored to sponsor the Von Tauber Institute for Global Psychiatry which is dedicated to studying the phenomenon of globalization in the delivery of sensitive and culturally competent care to Long Island's multiethnic patient population. Learn More
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Nassau University Medical Center Frontline Workers Recognized for COVID-19 ResponseRead More »