More Help On The Way For NY Hospitals Still Fighting On The Frontlines

Published on July 01, 2020, 9:58 pm
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U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced today that 86 New York hospitals will receive more than $680 million of a new $10 billion allocation designated for ‘hot spot’ hospitals. Schumer has been pushing the Trump administration in recent weeks to quickly allocate the health money, which was secured as part of the CARES Act. The Senators explained that the funding announced today builds upon the $4.3 billion announced in April for New York’s ‘hot spot’ hospitals and providers.

“New York’s hospitals have made incredible sacrifices throughout this pandemic, putting public health above profit and working ceaselessly to help New York beat back the virus and flatten the curve,” said Senator Schumer. “New York and its hospitals have been amongst the hardest hit in the nation, and with this funding going out, the continuing frontline fight being waged by our health care system and its incredible workforce will receive the hot spot dollars they need, and so very much deserve, to keep saving lives.”

“Health care workers have risked their lives and fought tirelessly to keep New Yorkers safe during this outbreak,” said Senator Gillibrand. “This critical federal funding will help provide health centers with the resources needed to treat patients and save lives. I will continue fighting in the Senate for the funding needed to ensure everyone has access to quality health care during these unprecedented times.”

In pushing the administration to move on these hot spot funds, Schumer had said, “across the state of New York, hospitals and health systems report that they are losing hundreds of millions of dollars per month because of cancelled elective procedures, increased staffing and overtime costs, expanded bed capacity, and increased spending on supplies and equipment to meet the surge in CoViD-19 patients. The strain on hospitals and health systems is felt even more acutely in regions like the New York metropolitan area where the bulk of CoViD-19 patients are being treated at this time. These costs obviously do not exist evenly across the country, and it is therefore crucial that subsequent rounds of funding provide an adjustment for hot spots like New York.”

Schumer was the lead author and architect of the “Marshall Plan for Healthcare”, in the CARES Act, securing hundreds of billions of dollars in support and relief for the health care system. The funding announced today will provide grants for 86 hospitals across New York to cover unreimbursed health care related expenses or lost revenues attributable to the public health emergency resulting from the coronavirus.

The full breakdown of the $680 million appears below:

NameCityTotal PaymentsSystemRegion
John T Mather Memorial Hospital Of Port Jefferson (Aka Mather Hospital)Port Jefferson$648,153Northwell HealthLong Island
Peconic Bay Medical CenterRiverhead$3,827,184Northwell HealthLong Island
St Catherine Of Siena Medical CenterSmithtown$6,782,188Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
St Charles HospitalPort Jefferson$3,408,270Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
Stony Brook University HospitalStony Brook$7,809,262Stony Brook MedicineLong Island
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical CenterWest Islip$15,178,286Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
Southside HospitalBay Shore$12,554,417Northwell HealthLong Island
St Joseph HospitalBethpage$3,306,741Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
Glen Cove HospitalGlen Cove$9,523,232Northwell HealthLong Island
Huntington HospitalHuntington$8,935,662Northwell HealthLong Island
Plainview HospitalPlainview$2,490,091Northwell HealthLong Island
St Francis Hospital – The Heart CenterRoslyn$3,821,912Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
Mercy Medical CenterRockville Centre$7,820,859Catholic Health Services of Long IslandLong Island
Mount Sinai South Nassau (Fka South Nassau Communities Hospital)Oceanside$6,853,573Mount Sinai Health SystemLong Island
NYU Winthrop Hospital (Fka Winthrop University Hospital)Mineola$9,728,702NYU Langone Health SystemNew York City
Jamaica Hospital Medical CenterJamaica$1,128,335MediSys Health NetworkNew York City
St Johns Episcopal Hospital At South ShoreFar Rockaway$8,700,257Episcopal Health Services, Inc.New York City
Flushing Hospital Medical CenterFlushing$11,265,905MediSys Health NetworkNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Queens (Fka Queens Hospital Center)Jamaica$760,265NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Woodhull (Fka Woodhull Medical And Mental Health Center)Brooklyn$3,542,513NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
Interfaith Medical CenterBrooklyn$3,171,177One Brooklyn Health SystemNew York City
New York Community Hospital Of BrooklynBrooklyn$6,200,416New York City
Newyork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (Fka New York Methodist Hospital)Brooklyn$16,695,878NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
Nyc Health And Hospitals – Kings County (Fka Kings County Hospital Center)Brooklyn$5,069,220NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
Lenox Hill HospitalNew York$6,291,719Northwell HealthNew York City
Long Island Community Hospital (Fka Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center)Patchogue$37,600,000Northwell HealthNew York City
Maimonides Medical CenterBrooklyn$21,967,264New York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Coney Island (Fka Coney Island Hospital)Brooklyn$4,727,441NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
Hospital For Special SurgeryNew York$8,150,000New York City
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterNew York$5,079,765New York City
Newyork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical CenterNew York$10,924,065NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Bellevue (Fka Bellevue Hospital Center)New York$23,995,352NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
Tisch HospitalNew York$14,086,643NYU Langone Health SystemNew York City
Childrens Hospital At MontefioreBronx$279,239Montefiore Health SystemNew York City
Montefiore Hospital – Moses CampusBronx$8,235,174Montefiore Health SystemNew York City
Newyork-Presbyterian Allen HospitalNew York$10,344,936NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
Newyork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Childrens HospitalNew York$10,308,955NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
Newyork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical CenterNew York$16,373,797NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Harlem (Fka Harlem Hospital Center)New York$1,108,846NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Metropolitan (Fka Metropolitan Hospital Center)New York$1,136,139NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – North Central Bronx (Fka North Central Bronx Hospital)Bronx$1,597,994NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
Archcare At Calvary Hospital – Bronx CampusBronx$6,000,367New York City
Montefiore Hospital – Einstein Campus (Aka Jack D Weiler Hospital)Bronx$20,292,930Montefiore Health SystemNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Jacobi (Fka Jacobi Medical Center)Bronx$7,966,639NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
NYC Health And Hospitals – Lincoln (Fka Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center)Bronx$4,914,584NYC Health + HospitalsNew York City
St Barnabas HospitalBronx$1,410,057St. Barnabas Community EnterprisesNew York City
Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital (Fka Sound Shore Medical Center Of Westchester)New Rochelle$8,870,333Montefiore Health SystemNorthern Metropolitan Area
Montefiore Wakefield CampusBronx$8,384,818Montefiore Health SystemNew York City
Saint Joseph’s Medical CenterYonkers$4,821,177Northern Metropolitan Area
Burke Rehabilitation HospitalWhite Plains$5,720,125Montefiore Health SystemNorthern Metropolitan Area
Good Samaritan HospitalSuffern$15,756,264WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Montefiore Nyack Hospital (Fka Nyack Hospital)Nyack$14,940,299Montefiore Health SystemNorthern Metropolitan Area
Newyork-Presbyterian Hudson Hospital (Fka Hudson Valley Hospital Center)Cortlandt Manor$5,390,935NewYork-PresbyterianNorthern Metropolitan Area
Newyork-Presbyterian Westchester Division (Aka Newyork-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center)White Plains$5,200,000NewYork-PresbyterianNew York City
Northern Westchester HospitalMount Kisco$3,008,111Northwell HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Phelps HospitalSleepy Hollow$5,810,693Northwell HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Westchester Medical CenterValhalla$46,765,379WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
White Plains HospitalWhite Plains$8,741,033Montefiore Health SystemNorthern Metropolitan Area
Bon Secours Community HospitalPort Jervis$5,400,000WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Midhudson Regional Hospital (Fka St Francis Hospital)Poughkeepsie$7,400,000WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Orange Regional Medical CenterMiddletown$13,383,558Garnet HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Putnam Hospital CenterCarmel$9,200,000Nuvance HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
St Anthony Community HospitalWarwick$5,100,000WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
St Luke’s Cornwall Hospital – Newburgh CampusNewburgh$4,900,734Montefiore Health SystemNorthern Metropolitan Area
Vassar Brothers Medical CenterPoughkeepsie$5,695,572Nuvance HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Catskill Regional Medical Center – Harris CampusMonticello$8,100,000Garnet HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Columbia Memorial HospitalHudson$4,500,000Albany Med Health SystemNortheastern New York
Healthalliance Hospital Broadway Campus (Fka Kingston Hospital)Kingston$5,150,000WMC HealthNorthern Metropolitan Area
Albany Medical CenterAlbany$5,638,513Albany Med Health SystemNortheastern New York
St Peters HospitalAlbany$2,952,422St. Peter’s Health PartnersNortheastern New York
Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital (Fka Sunnyview Hospital And Rehabilitation Center)Schenectady$2,550,000St. Peter’s Health PartnersNortheastern New York
Nathan Littauer HospitalGloversville$1,850,000Northeastern New York
Faxton St Lukes Healthcare – St Lukes CampusUtica$6,550,000Mohawk Valley Health SystemCentral New York
Rome Memorial Hospital
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