Our primary campus location connects to the Stavros S. Niarchos Medical Research Building, the William Hale Harkness Medical Research Building, the William Randolph Hearst Microbiology Research Center, the Starr Foundation-M.R. Greenberg Laboratories, and the William and Mildred Lasdon Biomedical Research Center.
Designed to transform the patient experience with state-of-the-art facilities and technology, the Weill Greenberg Center supports WCM physicians in the delivery of high-quality, specialized patient care. The building also houses the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center, offering information and personal assistance to patients and visitors, and the Margaret and Ian Smith Clinical Skills Center, which provides ambulatory care training for students, residents and practicing physicians.
The Belfer Research Building is a state-of-the-art facility that ushers in a new era at the institution for cutting-edge, translational science. The 18-story building, made possible through the generosity of numerous donors, dramatically expanded Weill Cornell Medicine's research space and empowers scientists to rapidly translate groundbreaking discoveries into the most advanced patient care. The building was opened on January 31st, 2014.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is the primary academic hospital of Weill Cornell Medicine, dedicated to providing the highest quality, most compassionate care to patients in the New York metropolitan area and throughout the globe.
Opened by NewYork-Presbyterian in 2018 and located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the David H. Koch Center is designed to provide patients with high quality, personalized care from Weill Cornell Medicine physicians in a comfortable, technologically sophisticated setting.
The only acute care facility serving the lower Manhattan community, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital is committed to pursuing clinical excellence and extending the many benefits of Weill Cornell Medicine's groundbreaking research programs to our patients.