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Being a block away from the southwestern tip of central park, a leisure jog through one of the world’s most magnificent inner city parks becomes a routine evening getaway. Many gyms; vibrant night life.

Central park is known for its free summer concert series where you can enjoy a warm summer evening on the great lawns allowing your ears to be romanced by the rhythmic tunes of popular bands

Columbus circle, behind which Roosevelt hospital is located, is a famous landmark. The Time-Warner-AOL building is home to many trendy shops that keep true to New York’s reputation of excellent shopping. Residents also get to enjoy all that NYC is known for having Times Square right at their door step.

There are many restaurants that showcase all the different delicacies of the world.

Along with the regions renown landmarks and cultural icons, it’s a gourmets delight including Zabars food emporium, Grays Papaya, H&H Bagels and the famous Café Lalo.

St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center (SLRHC) consists of two clinical sites that serve the West Side of Manhattan. Cultural areas in the immediate vicinity include the American Museum of Natural History, Broadway theatres, Central Park and LincolnCenter.

The cathment area includes over a million residents from every ethnic and socioeconomic group, provides the most diverse patient population with a broad spectrum of pathology seen at every stage of the illness. In addition, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt provides services to patients from all over the tri-state metropolitan area, referred to our highly regarded tertiary care programs.

St. Luke’s Hospital campus, located on 114th St. and Amsterdam Avenue is immediately adjacent to ColumbiaUniversity and its vibrant community.


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