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Children see us differently. Because we care for them differently.

At Cohen Children’s Medical Center, kids see us as more than doctors, nurses and therapists. They see heroes, rock stars, royalty and friends. And we see them differently, too—not as patients, but as children who deserve the very best.

See us through their eyes.

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We’re proud to be ranked among the nation’s top hospitals.

We're the largest Level I pediatric trauma center in New York designated by the American College of Surgeons. 

Cohen Children’s Medical Center has become the first children’s hospital in the New York metropolitan area to receive Magnet status from the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center.

Our child life specialists provide developmentally appropriate guidance and activities to help children learn about their condition, treatment, hospital routine and the medical team they will encounter during their stay.

Our pediatric urgent care centers are designed for kids and young adults starting at one week of age. 

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Classes and programs

Cohen Children's Medical Center offers useful classes and programs, including car seat safety, for children, teens and adults throughout the year.

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